New Technologies – Insight into IoT – The Open Group’s Chris Harding

Compare the Cloud interviews, Chris Harding, Director of Interoperability of The Open Group. Chris talks about The Open Group and Open platform 3.0.

What does Internet of Things (IoT) mean?

The Internet of things or IoT is the collection and processing of data from a range of micro devices and conductors including RFID, Bluetooth and micro sensors that allow for intelligent M2M or machine to machine communication.

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