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Michael Endler
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Michael Endler,
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5/16/2013 | 7:57:54 PM
re: Google I/O Features Sensor Network
This is very interesting. Cisco is making its own push for certain standards and approaches to Internet of Things-type technology, such as pervasive sensing, and Intel, GE and others have stakes in this sort of stuff too. There are a lot of machines just sitting there, surrounded by useful data, and companies are about to start figuring out what they can do once they tap into that information.

Michael Endler, InformationWeek Associate Editor


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