Internet of Things

Energy-saving minicomputers for the ‘Internet of Things’

The 'Internet of Things' is growing rapidly. Mobile phones, washing machines and the milk bottle in the fridge: the idea is that minicomputers connected to these will be able to process information, receive, and send data. Transistors that are capable of switching information with a single electron use far less power than field effect transistors that are commonly used. However, they do not yet function at room temperature. Scientists working on the new EU project 'Ions4Set' intend to change this.

All your big data will mean nothing without systems of insight – Thoughts On Cloud

Your relationship with your customer has become increasingly personal. Your business is starving for customer analytics that help you better understand each individual customer — not just a broad customer segment. That focus on individual customers means we’re entering a world of extreme segmentation. This new focus is a key strategy for companies that realize …