Intel IoT -- What Does The Internet of Things Mean?

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Fun, animated video answers: What does the Internet of Things mean? The Internet of Things (IoT) is an evolution of mobile, home, and embedded devices that are connected to the internet, integrating computing capabilities and using data analytics to extract valuable information. Soon, hundreds of billions of devices will be connected to the Internet. Connected devices become intelligent systems of systems, sharing data over the cloud and transforming our businesses, lives, and world in countless ways. Intel processors are designed to help you get to market faster and allow users to scale solutions across a variety of platforms. Watch to learn more.

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  1. Looking very interesting IoT PaaS, Will AWS support connectors to the leading SCADA gateways of Schneider, Honeywell, etc.

  2. Very slick presentation of a new platform! AWS seems to believe that providing an IoT platform as a service can be a viable business. Things are moving quickly!

  3. I have a question here, Device Gateway also supports Publish/Subscribe pattern is that means
    Device Gateway is also a MQTT Client ?
    Then where is the MQTT broker?
    or Device Gateway is Broker + communication interface to AWS-IoTservices?

  4. Hey, don't North-Korea and China have already this? They don't use the internet protocol but I'm sure they have already set up something similar like this :-)

  5. Here's my definition. IoT is the way for the big companies to brake the trend of people buying less and less devices (because they are just fine for the intended purpose). In short, it's 'invent the needs' campaign. Brace for the wave of ever more insulting ads on how you are uncool without 'the system of systems'.

    IoT second layer is private and social data mining for the benefit of anyone by regular people.

    What's in it for the end user? Nothing. Obnoxious features in devices that you can't get rid of, overcomplicated and more expensive households in general etc.

    All aboard!

  6. this future system is a virtual prison that will enslave us and all future generations to come...the world will be controlled all digitally by one elite group....research agreement terms in windows 10.....convienence is the selling tactic....slavery is the end result...research this for your self...

  7. this concept would be amazing if we use this for the good things
    but would be so terrible if there's a bad people want to use this to a bad things

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