Cloud of things

| January 18, 2018

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In this white paper you will learn about the opportunities and challenges ahead for companies wishing to build competitive smart products for residential and commercial buildings, including the infrastructure and software required to ensure connected services are secure, scalable and ultimately successful. Connected-home devices are projected to grow at a compound annual rate of 67% over the next five years, reaching nearly 2 billion units shipped by 2020 according to one analyst firm. Smart commercial buildings are also on the rise, whether they are private office buildings, public venues, government facilities, schools and universities, or transportation hubs. Why?

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