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Taking IoT on the Edge from Pilot to Production

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No one would argue against the transformation that AI and IoT on the Edge delivers. Just look at your most agile companies in both new and established industries and you will see that Digital Transformation is key to their success and they are leveraging AI and IoT for strategic advantage.   So while the direction Read more...
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Creating Opportunities with Hyper-Convergence at the Edge

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The benefits of hyper-convergence in data centers are widely understood. Improved agility, flexibility and workload consolidation are all key reasons why hyper-converged technology is playing a primary role in data center modernization. In a recent study of IT managers using hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI), 87% indicated HCI was a key factor in making IT more agile, Read more...
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Building Cities of Tomorrow with Ford

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The promise of continued advancement of technology is a massive opportunity for our world’s cities. As we sit in traffic, circle a block for parking, or brake for a pedestrian, we long for new and smarter ways for mobility in cities to become more livable and sustainable. We at Dell Technologies believe that the scale Read more...
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Creating a Smart Surveillance Solution for Retail

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Today’s retailers are focused on driving more conversion, enhancing the customer experience and improving store operations. However, these priorities can often be deterred by challenges such as theft, poor store layout, and a lack of understanding customer behavior. A smart surveillance solution can help overcome these challenges and enhance the overall customer experience in brick Read more...
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Get an Edge on the Edge

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  Edge compute is on everyone’s mind, whether they are deploying IoT solutions, planning next-generation data centers, or even enabling new technologies such as AI/computer vision and augmented reality. For example, Gartner predicts that the amount of enterprise-generated data created and processed outside a traditional centralized data center or cloud will grow from 10% currently Read more...
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Smart Electronic Factory: Technology Transfer Only has Winners

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Written by Matthias Schorer, Lead Business Development Manager, IoT, EMEA at VMware   Digitalization not only radically and dynamically alters our physical world and creates new business models, it also transforms the way we work together globally. An exciting example in which all these factors flow together is emerging in China – and it’s all happening Read more...
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Find New Business Models with IoT

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We’ve been talking about Digital Transformation and the Internet of Things for a long time, but we probably won’t realize the full extent of the change for another ten years or so. By then, we will see that not only has the old changed into the new, and the analog into the digital, but that Read more...
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Dell Technologies and Microsoft Collaborate to Help Customers Simplify Delivery of IoT Solutions

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News Summary Joint IoT solution helps simplify management, enhances security and help lowers cost of deployment at the edge Built on innovative analytics applications, management tools and edge gateways to enable network security from edge devices to the cloud Accelerates IoT adoption in industry verticals key to economic growth and development   Full Story Dell Read more...
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IoT Security: 6 Problems We Have to Address

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For years, the Internet of Things has been synonymous with a high-tech vision of the future in which almost everything is thoroughly interconnected and can exchange information. Linking the real world and the digital world should provide greater convenience, information, efficiency, and security. However, there are still some problematic areas that we urgently have to address Read more...
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IoT Enabling Smart Facility Management

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According to Zion Market Research, the global smart building market “is expected to reach approximately USD 36.0 billion by 2020, growing at a CAGR of slightly over 30% between 2015 and 2020.” As more and more sensors become connected into factory and building equipment, it becomes essential to integrate these data points into one management Read more...