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Creating an App-Centric Network for the Internet of Things

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    Homes and Offices

    Utility meters send complex data packets to service providers where centralized systems provide real-time monitoring to proactively detect and remediate problems, such as blackouts, water leaks and circuit overloads. Data is analyzed to improve efficiency by determining needs, spotting trends, and predicting demands.

    By virtue of its smart IoT fixtures, the city of Oslo reduced energy costs by 62 percent.

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Creating an App-Centric Network for the Internet of Things

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    Homes and Offices

    Utility meters send complex data packets to service providers where centralized systems provide real-time monitoring to proactively detect and remediate problems, such as blackouts, water leaks and circuit overloads. Data is analyzed to improve efficiency by determining needs, spotting trends, and predicting demands.

    By virtue of its smart IoT fixtures, the city of Oslo reduced energy costs by 62 percent.

The Internet of Things (IoT) is not just the connected refrigerator. It's thousands of medical devices in hospitals, smart utility meters, GPS-based location systems, fitness trackers, toll readers, motion detector security cameras, smoke detectors, and last but not least, embedded systems. Each of these IoT end nodes requires connectivity, processing and storage, some local and some in the cloud. This means scalability and application elasticity to adapt to dynamic requirements and ever-changing workloads.

To support and accommodate all the devices, sensors and other network-connected gadgets that will eventually become part of the IoT, network designs will need to adapt and become more application centric, according to KEMP Technologies. From health care to automotive and manufacturing to consumer electronics, the Internet of Things is a quantum revolution in how we think about application data activity. Is your network ready for the application onslaught that's coming?