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Cisco: New Fog Standards Initiative Will Accelerate Digital Transformation

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To truly be transformative, the Internet of Things (IoT), needs to be able to handle massive amounts of data in near-real time for advanced use cases such as drones, self-driving vehicles, and embedded artificial intelligence (AI) applications. It also needs to be completely interoperable—from end-user devices and sensors all the way to the cloud. That’s […]

Cisco: FogWorld Congress Highlights Maturing Distributed Cloud Technology

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Less than two years after helping to form the OpenFog Consortium, I couldn’t be happier about reaching an important milestone for Fog Computing—the inaugural industry conference dedicated to Fog technologies, Fog World Congress, coming up next week in Santa Clara, California. The OpenFog Consortium and IEEE Communications Society have been working jointly on the first-ever […]

Cisco: Growing Strong at the Intersection of Fog and IoT

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Last week 80 people came together in Seattle for the sixth meeting of the OpenFog Consortium. The excitement and engagement at the meeting reflected a market segment that is growing up, and growing strong. Still shy of its second birthday, the Consortium boasts 59 members and counting, including leaders of industry and academia from around […]

Cisco: Drones Rising from the Fog

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As adoption of the Internet of Things (IoT) makes the world more “connected,” drones or UAVs (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles) are no exceptions. We are seeing an increasing number of cloud-connected drones deployed for commercial applications. But what happens when there is an absence of continuous connectivity? Fortunately, fog computing can step in where wireless or […]

Internet of Everything: Algorithms, Methodologies, Technologies and Perspectives (Internet of Things) Book

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This book focuses on the Internet of Everything and related fields. The Internet of Everything adds connectivity and intelligence to just about every device, giving it special functions. The book provides a common platform for integrating information from heterogeneous sources. However, this can be quite reductive, as the Internet of Everything provides links not only […]

Internet of Things From Hype to Reality: The Road to Digitization Book

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This book comprehensively describes an end-to-end Internet of Things (IoT) architecture that is comprised of devices, network, compute, storage, platform, applications along with management and security components. It is organized into five main parts, comprising of a total of 11 chapters. Part I presents a generic IoT reference model to establish a common vocabulary for […]

Cisco: New Reference Architecture Is a Leap Forward for Fog Computing

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On February 8, the OpenFog Consortium released the OpenFog Reference Architecture (RA).  This 162 page document represents more than a year’s work from our global membership of 55 organizations. The OpenFog RA is a mid-level guidepost document, full of invaluable architecture recommendations for anyone wishing to implement fog components, fog nodes, entire fog networks, or […]

Cisco: New Reference Architecture Is a Leap Forward for Fog Computing

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On February 8th, the OpenFog Consortium released the OpenFog Reference Architecture (RA).  This 162 page document represents more than a year’s work from our global membership of 55 organizations. The OpenFog RA is a mid-level guidepost document, full of invaluable architecture recommendations for anyone wishing to implement fog components, fog nodes, entire fog networks, or […]

Cisco: ‘Crowd Control’ Takes Many Forms to Secure Fog Computing and IoT

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In my previous blog, I shared the importance of ubiquitous malware defense. Specifically, it’s critical as the Internet of Things (IoT) continues to proliferate, connecting a larger number of devices with vastly diverse capabilities. The answer is fog computing, because fog nodes bring more computing capabilities closer to the end devices and can work together […]

#StorageDebate Recap: Is Edge Computing a Waste of Time?

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Last spring, we noticed a theme taking root within enterprise IT. As organizations struggled to keep up with massive data growth incited by sensors and devices creating Internet of Things (IoT) or machine data, they found it increasingly difficult to move that data to the cloud. Instead, they were turning to fog computing – or […]

Foundations of Modern Networking: SDN, NFV, QoE, IoT, and Cloud Book

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Foundations of Modern Networking is a comprehensive, unified survey of modern networking technology and applications for today’s professionals, managers, and students. Dr. William Stallings offers clear and well-organized coverage of five key technologies that are transforming networks: Software-Defined Networks (SDN), Network Functions Virtualization (NFV), Quality of Experience (QoE), the Internet of Things (IoT), and cloudbased […]

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