News briefs: As IoT moves from experimentation to business scale, edge computing will play a major role, according to Forrester Research; the firm also predicts consolidation in the platform market over the next three years.
The platform exposes data from connected devices within a Salesforce interface and supports automated workflows that trigger customer-related actions.
Not including the infrastructures and operations teams early on in IoT projects leads to problems around scalability, performance and capacity.
Nokia announces separate partnerships with AWS and Bosch to enable IIoT use cases by supporting edge computing, productizing software and services for predictive maintenance and more.
New research from IFS shows that only 16% of companies consume IoT data within their ERP systems; legacy or inflexible ERP software and challenges selling management on the value were cited as obstacles to IoT/ERP integration.
According to a new survey by Ericsson, more than two-thirds of mobile carriers are testing 5G and their top 5G use cases heavily rely on IoT.
The AVB/TSN protocol can deliver the precise time synchronization, low latency and control of Ethernet traffic on the same network required of IoT network architecture.
Dell is giving VMware’s CTO the reins over a new IoT initiative that extends across and beyond the company.
In this Q&A, the executive director at the EdgeX Foundry waxes poetic about the current state of IIoT and why it reminds him of the early days of the web.
The company’s collaboration deals with firms such as Capgemini and Deloitte are aimed at leveraging the SAP blockchain framework and IoT, beginning from the inception of products through the manufacturing and logistics phases.