Microsoft Goes The Open Route For The IoT
Microsoft wants to stuff Linux, not Windows 10, into Internet of Things devices
Oracle Expands IIoT Cloud Offering
Oracle added support for AR, machine vision and digital twins while improving data science capabilities in its IoT Cloud for Industry. The IoT Cloud combines platform-as-a-service and software-as-a-service capabilities for industrial companies that want to collect and analyze information from sensors and other connected devices without building out their own infrastructure
CoreOS Acquired By Red Hat for $250M
Red Hat’s acquisition of CoreOS will further its vision of enabling customers to build an application and deploy them in any environment with the flexibility afforded by open source.
Windows 10 Spiked for IoT Development?
Microsoft is claiming that the Internet of Things is getting a boost with its Windows 10 Fall Creators Update. They have announced an array of…
Oracle and Mitsubishi Team Up for IoT
With the announcement of The Oracle/Mitsubishi Electric Platform, manufacturing application vendors should start lining up to begin developing on the platform. This platform allows them to…
NASA’s CTO Explains How to Network IoT
With the low cost of entry associated with IoT devices and inexpensive cloud computing services, organizations can easily and cost effectively innovate new IoT applications.…
Amazon and Dish Team Up on an IoT Play
Amazon Web Services is already a behemoth in the XaaS space. It would come as no surprise to anyone who knows Amazon, that they could be…