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Kii's Top 3

IoT News Picks This Week

  • Is the Internet of Things Dead?

    Some are already claiming IoT is dead for consumer products, but do such pronouncements mean anything for industrial IoT?
  • IoT Projects: Who Pays For All That Stuff?

    IoT projects can cost a bundle. Who pays for the infrastructure and software
  • 3 Ways IoT is Already Making Cities Smarter

    The nation and its cities should use technology not only to upgrade and transform aging infrastructure, but to fundamentally reshape the way cities operate
  • Kii Expert This Week

    Srinivas Reddy Katta, Managing Director, Ideabytes Inc

    This week we sit down with Srinivas Reddy Katta, the Managing Driector at Ideabytes to understand what you need to think about when building your IoT solution

  • Q: What are initial thoughts about IoT today?
  • A: Things happening at a much faster pace. The market is growing so exponentially, so radically that the entrepreneurs are taking much bigger footsteps in terms of taking opportunities to the next level. They are also thinking about what kinds of IoT solutions they can bring into their cities / markets and in turn get faster results.
  • Q: What do entrepreneurs need to understand when taking their IoT product to market?
  • A: Most of the challenges that small companies face today is not about the ability to innovate, it's about figuring out the scalability of that product. How to scale? Will there be a framework to support scalability? That is the key.
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