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Overcoming the Challenges in Testing WebRTC Services WebRTC sits at the intersection between VoIP and the Web. As such, it poses some interesting challenges for those developing services on top of it, but also for those who need to test and monitor these services. In his session at WebRTC Summit, Tsahi Levent-Levi, co-founder of testRTC, reviewed the various challenges posed by WebRTC when it comes to testing and monitoring and on ways to overcome them. Download Slide Deck: ▸ Here Speaker Bio Tsahi Levent-Levi is co-founder of testRTC, a WebRTC testing and monitoring company, as well as an independent analyst and consultant for WebRTC. Tsahi Levent-Levi has over 15 years of experience in the telecommunications, VoIP and 3G industry as an engineer, manager, marketer and CTO. He is an entrepreneur, independent analyst and consultant, assisting companies to form a bri... (more)

Top @CloudExpo Sponsor | #IoT #M2M #ML #BigData #DigitalTransformation

Ten Tips on How to Maximize Your @CloudExpo and @ThingsExpo Sponsorship Benefits @CloudExpo and @ThingsExpo, two of the most important technology events in the world, have hosted hundreds of sponsors and exhibitors since their launch eight years ago. In this blog post, I provide 10 tips on how our sponsors and exhibitors can maximize their participation at our events. But before reading my top 10 tips for our sponsors and exhibitors, please take a moment and watch this brief Sandy Carter video. "Cloud Expo was really the event to connect with thought leaders, innovators, busi... (more)

The #IoT and #Analytics | @ThingsExpo #BigData #BI #AI #MachineLearning

The Internet of Things (IoT) and Analytics at The Edge The Internet of Things (IoT) promises to change everything by enabling “smart” environments (homes, cities, hospitals, schools, stores, etc.) and smart products (cars, trucks, airplanes, trains, wind turbines, lawnmowers, etc.). I recently wrote about the importance of moving beyond “connected” to “smart” in a blog titled “Internet of Things: Connected Does Not Equal Smart”. The article discusses the importance of moving beyond just collecting the data, to transitioning to leveraging this new wealth of IoT data to improve th... (more)

The Smart IoT Building | @ThingsExpo #IIoT #M2M #DigitalTransformation

The Future of the Automated and Smart Building It's 2016: buildings are smart, connected and the IoT is fundamentally altering how control and operating systems work and speak to each other. Platforms across the enterprise are networked via inexpensive sensors to collect massive amounts of data for analytics, information management, and insights that can be used to continuously improve operations. In his session at @ThingsExpo, Brian Chemel, Co-Founder and CTO of Digital Lumens, will explore: The benefits sensor-networked systems bring to a variety of business applications, lik... (more)

Sensor Analytics Ecosystems | @ThingsExpo @JAdP #IoT #IIoT #M2M #API

Sensor Analytics Ecosystems, Fulfilling the IoT Potential The Internet of Things (IoT), in all its myriad manifestations, has great potential. Much of that potential comes from the evolving data management and analytic (DMA) technologies and processes that allow us to gain insight from all of the IoT data that can be generated and gathered. This potential may never be met as those data sets are tied to specific industry verticals and single markets, with no clear way to use IoT data and sensor analytics to fulfill the hype being given the IoT today. More important are the solutio... (more)

The #IoT and DNS | @ThingsExpo #BigData #IoT #M2M #DigitalTransformation

JANUARY 8, 2014 02:00 PM EST When we talk about the impact of BYOD and BYOA and the Internet of Things, we often focus on the impact on data center architectures. That's because there will be an increasing need for authentication, for access control, for security, for application delivery as the number of potential endpoints (clients, devices, things) increases. That means scale in the data center. What we gloss over, what we skip, is that before any of these "things" ever makes a request to access an application it had to execute a DNS query. Every. Single. Thing. Maybe that's ... (more)