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Blockchain Vs Bitcoin

Blockchain and Bitcoin are two such words which are often used conversely. There is a misconception that both are the same technologies. Of course, they are very much related but they are not the same, they are different from each other. Blockchain’s very first application was Bitcoin. Bitcoin is nothing but a cryptocurrency. In fact, bitcoin is powered by blockchain. The term cryptocurrency is a kind of digital currency. We can use this cryptocurrency as digital money. There are many cryptocurrencies available such as Litecoin, Monero, Ether, ZCash etc., which are also very popular, but ‘Bitcoin’ is the most popular one. When you do some deep study of Bitcoin you will come to know that the word Bitcoin has several elucidations. The word bitcoin starting with a small letter ‘b’ represents token or the digital currency. Whereas, the word Bitcoin with capital letter ‘B’ represents the blockchain network that maintains a ledger for the digital currency ‘bitcoin’.

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EVOLUTION OF IOT

by graspskills2 months ago
EVOLUTION OF IOT
1968: Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) is an industrial computer that automates various electro-mechanical processes and makes logic-based decisions. The term was coined by Dick Morley.

 

Machine to Machine Learning (M2M) deviceswere conceptualized

1983: Standardization of the Ethernet – The Ethernet is a technology that connects networks in Local Area Networks (LAN), Metropolitan Area Networks (MAN) and Wide Area Networks (WAN). Although the Ethernet was commercially introduced in 1980, it was first standardized in 1983. Ever since it has been developing and has almost replaced LAN
1989: Invention of the World Wide Web now makes it easier to share and research for information.
1995: Microsoft Windows is launched 
1999: Internet of Things – It was 1999 when Kevin Ashton coined the term, 10 years later, in 2008-2009 Internet of Things was finally born.
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Selenium Training on chennai

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Security is Paramount in the Internet of Things

by Nathan17104 months ago

The internet of things offers a wealth of chance for the telecoms industry. It presents mobile operators an opportunity to develop and enhance their client offerings and increase market growth. We’ve already seen the likes of Vodafone delve into the buyer aspect of IoT with the launch of its new “V by Vodafone” bundle, whereby shoppers are charged for the number of connected devices they add to their monthly set up. However, together with this raft of success and varied chances, comes the heightened risk of security breaches.ace-micro

Operators need to be good with their investment once it involves IoT. It’s all well and sensible chasing new sales leads and initiatives and reaping the rewards, however, security must be high, if not at the highest, of their agenda. With the increased range of devices accessing the core network, operators need to guarantee they set up for the more severe and have prevention measures in place for attainable hijackers. The repercussions of such a breach will have

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GE Digital Leads the Future of Remanufacturing

The industrial macrocosm is undergoing a rapid digital transformation lead by technologies such as Internet of Things (IoT) and Artificial Intelligence (AI). These technologies are also driving the ongoing Industrial Revolution. These technologies are being used widely in sectors ranging from Aerospace to Healthcare.

The Industrial Internet of Things especially is making a mark in the manufacturing sector because of its ability to automate processes and connect and control devices. A pocket of the Revolution in the United States of America is stirring at General Electric (GE). We have integrated industrial Internet into our process at a locomotive remanufacturing facility in Grove City, Pennsylvania; paving the way for smart manufacturing.

This has been possible due to our futuristic unit, GE Digital, which develops specialised software and technology to run and integrate IoT with factory machinery. The Internet of Things is an interconnected network of electronics, software, sensors

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GE Digital – Revolutionising Business Processes

The Internet of Things (IoT) is penetrating the industry now more than ever. From wearable devices to components of machines such as jet engines, IoT is being used for performing complex tasks to enhance its efficiency and output. Further, data boffins are analysing and interpreting advanced digital statistics to assist enterprises in their decision making.

IoT and Big Data are redefining lives and bringing back the spirit of competition among businesses. Statistics reveal that nearly 87 percent of the global population is using IoT, and by 2020 its usage is predicted to exceed 50 billion. We at GE Digital understand the need for digital transformation in the remanufacturing industry and are working towards its realisation.

We use GE Digital software to repair freight locomotives and analyse data in real-time. At Grove City, PA Remanufacturing Facility 1,200 engines are manufactured a year, and a software inclusion will cut down the time frame and brings coherence to the operations.

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GE Digital Redefines Remanufacturing with Internet of Things

 

The United States of America, and the rest of the world, is in the clutches of the 4th Industrial Revolution, or Industry 4.0. Industrial ecosystems are becoming smarter, more interconnected than ever. Industries including Aerospace, Automotive, Pharmaceuticals, and Healthcare are adopting futuristic technologies and methods. The era now belongs to machine learning, Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), Big Data, Cloud, and cognitive computing.

Internet of Things (IoT), especially, has been kernel to the Revolution and to the digital transformation of several technology giants as it helped them realise their vision of smart manufacturing. Several large and small companies across the nation and the world are now emulating the success by choosing IoT for their manufacturing processes.

At GE, we develop advanced software and technologies that enable IoT to control and monitor industrial processes. Simply put, the Internet of Things is a network of electronics, software, sensors, actu

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IoT market spend likely to grow to $1.29 tn in 2020

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Digital technology like Internet of Things (IoT) is poised to transform the way businesses generate and consume data and the worldwide IoT market spend is expected to grow to $1.29 trillion in 2020, says a report.

A key factor driving its adoption is the increasing realisation of the value that IoT brings along with improving the customer experience.

In addition, most businesses today are either at a starting point in their IoT journey or are at some stage considering an IoT deployment which, in turn, will lead to a significant uptrend in the adoption of IoT.

According to an IDC-Aeris report, the worldwide IoT market spend will grow from $625.2 billion in 2015 to $1.29 trillion in 2020, with a compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of 15.6 per cent.

“Today, IoT has gone way beyond tagging and tracking and has entered diverse domains and is enabling a range of business benefits,” said Rishi Bhatnagar, President of Aeris in India.

Source: http://www.thehindubusinessline.com/info-tec

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