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Posted By Barb EdsonGeneral Manager, Marketing, Microsoft Cloud and Enterprise
Today, we’re pleased to announce the launch of Microsoft's Internet of Things blog.
Join us there to follow what’s new and what’s next in Microsoft IoT. We’ve also launched a Twitter handle for all things IoT: @MicrosoftIoT, and our IoT videos will be found on the new IoT YouTube playlist. So update your bookmarks, and join us to see what comes next in Microsoft IoT.
Posted By Karen RobertsSenior Partner Marketing Manager
The Internet of Things (IoT) represents a huge opportunity for Microsoft’s partners, and we’re committed to helping them realize value from IoT by creating intelligent systems solutions for their customers. Now, we’re updating the Intelligent Systems competency released earlier this year to make it even better for our partners.
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Posted By Barb EdsonGeneral Manager, Marketing, Cloud and Enterprise
Royal Caribbean announced this week that when its newest mega-luxury liner, Quantum of the Seas, launches this winter, it will have some cool new Internet of Things (IoT) technologies on board. Royal Caribbean has created what it’s calling the “world’s first smart ship.”
Posted By Kevin DallasGeneral Manager
It’s been an incredibly productive autumn so far for us at Windows Embedded. The past few weeks have seen multiple major product and program announcements — the release of Windows Embedded 8.1 Industry, closely followed by its availability through volume licensing; Windows Server 2012 R2 for Embedded Systems’ general availability; and some really exciting changes to our partner program. You can bet we’ve been quite focused.
But after weeks of concerted effort, it’s good to pause and take a realistic look at the true progress we’re making in the industry. The Internet of Things (IoT) is evolving at breakneck speed; what role are Microsoft and Windows Embedded playing in that evolution? As early pioneers in this technology, evidence traditionally shows that Microsoft is leading the charge — and we’re not waiting for others to catch up.
That’s why I read with great interest Gartner’s just-released “SWOT” analysis of Microsoft’s position in the IoT space...
When it comes to the kind of landmark, disruptive technologies that have changed the face of economies and nations, there is a very short, debatable list: monumental developments such as electricity, flight, automobiles, the telephone, the PC.
Today there may or may not be that Edison or Tesla working on building the next invention that changes everything. Innovation may not come from a single person or even a single company. But as the economy in the developed world has largely shifted during the past several years, there is also no doubt that the continued evolution of technologies is providing a solid platform for innovation that can lead to the next big wave of economic opportunity. Witness the impact that mobile phones are having across the world.
Thinking and reading about these issues, I often catch myself watching for that next technology boost that will really change things. Where are we heading over the next decade and beyond? I’m on record, of course, as saying the Internet of Things (IoT) has the potential to play a part in building that new, new economy, and it’s interesting to see the emerging consensus on exactly that.
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