IBM Launches New Platform to Build Manage IoT Solutions:
IBM Launched a New Security rich, Salable and Open Platform called ‘Watson IoT Consulting Solutions’ on Tuesday. That allows developers to quickly connect , build and manage Internet of Things (IoT) applications and solutions.
IBM Integrates Watson IoT Platform API’s and technologies like Analytics, Mobile, Security and cloud capabilities. All together with development and Implementation consulting and ongoing support. Clients can squeeze IoT without the Complexity and Risk of dealing with multiple vendors.
Harriet Green, General Manager of IBM Watson IoT, says ” IBM helping to knock down the barriers to getting started with IoT, Making accessible for clients as they begin there digital transformation. The IBM Watson IoT Consulting Solutions ‘will employ the Global network of skilled consultants, data scientists and design & security experts with deep domain and Industry expertise. All them are dedicated to providing clients and guidelines on tackling Industry specific IoT Adoption challenges.
Clients can also apply Watson Cognitive computing capabilities, Includes Machine Learning and Natural language to tap huge unstructured data such as videos and sounds to gain insight info. The Practice will feature 1,500 experts across IBM Watson IoT Headquarters in Munich, Germany and eight other IBM IoT Centers across Asia, Europe and United States.
IBM Also announces “IBM Watson IoT for Manufacturing and Asset Heath Insight” New Industry Offers via Watson IoT Platform. It is intended to design to help clients address Industry specific IoT Challenges and Opportunities.
Latest News About Internet of Things (IoT):
Google, Intel, Microsoft, Verizon, Comcast and other tech Industry giants joined former FCC Chief Technologist Dale Hatfield to the form Broadband Internet Technical Adversary Group in 2010, in a attempt to enhance the best practices on broadband Engagement and Security.
Today BITAG Outlines the recommendations for Fastest growing Industry Internet of Thingd (IOT). BITAG Says some IoT Devices had security vulnerabilities related to outdated software, Malware’s, service Interruptions, data leaks, unencrypted communications.