Without reliable power, the IoT is just a dream. Making it reality takes meticulous planning and execution of power management, not only for devices dispersed through remote areas but also at edge sites where data is processed and analyzed.
Emerging technologies are altering and expanding the channel. The opportunities are significant.
Microsoft has two IoT training events worth checking. On February 4 and 5, the IoT in Action Virtual Bootcamp takes place in your computer. Aimed at engineers, software architects, and practice owners, a few pieces of hardware from Arrow turns this into real, hands-on training.
A new set of switches, routers, developer tools, solution blueprints, and training resources collectively seeks to help organizations design, deploy, integrate, and manage Internet of Things solutions more easily.