Next generation distributed I/O brings users one step closer to seamless connectivity
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Special Report: Living on the edge: Putting computing power close to the process reduces control system latency, creates a distributed architecture, and can integrate machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities for faster, more flexible optimization and expand and improve use of cloud services. See four steps toward edge computing.
There are as many ways organizations can create, store, move and retrieve data as there are ways to see, perceive and interpret it
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Good cybersecurity hygiene is needed as more employees move toward working out of their homes in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Deutsche commercial internet exchange (DE-CIX) set a world record with more than 9 terabits per second data throughput at Frankfurt internet exchange.
With automation at an inflection point, a variety of technologies and interoperable standards efforts are bringing higher levels of flexibility, integration and optimization.
Industrial organizations already are realizing the benefits of cloud computing for IT and business workloads, providing a path to manufacturing deployments.
Expand industrial data access and get more out of it with tools such as message queuing telemetry transport (MQTT), which can help manufacturers realize Industry 4.0’s benefits.