GUEST OPINION by Yaniv Hoffman, Vice President Technologies, Radware: The widespread adoption of mobile IoT devices, emerging ‘serverless’ architectures hosted in public clouds, and the growing dependency on machine-to-machine communication, are reasons to make changes to modern application architectures.
The business division of US telecommunications giant Verizon and IBM are collaborating to work together on 5G and edge computing “innovation” they say will help enable the future of Industry 4.0.
Australia will be awash with IoT devices in the next few years according to Palo Alto Networks which cites a new report forecasting that the global value of the Internet of Things (IoT) devices being used in homes globally reached more than US$1 billion in 2019 - and will reach US$5.3 billion by 2023.
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Yes, it's an admission that they failed but not a full solution. More pressure will be required.
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