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To predict the IoT future, it helps to look to the past

The Internet of Things, or IoT, is a pretty frothy space these days. Chief among the foam-makers are new network providers of what is broadly known as LPWANs, which are a category of new, low bandwidth connectivity solutions marketed as optimized for IoT. I think these claims can be disputed by taking a look at... Read more » The post To predict the IoT future, it helps to look to the past appeared first on ReadWrite.
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