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The Internet of Things Will Emerge in 2014

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fasmicro
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3/3/2014 8:04:36 PM
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>> Fasmicro I also do agree with you on this, some innovation is good for the future market potential in order to give more value for the price

Generally, you count on innovation when market has bought an item and not just when it is created. The latter is nothig but invention. Price is a key element of innovation.

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goafrit2
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2/9/2014 7:41:57 PM
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Re: Re : The Internet-of-Things Will Emerge in 2014
For example Password scheme of smartphone could be improved to prevent access it fro, hacker.  

We will be phasing password within 5 years in my prediction. Biometrics will do that. Except Apple to develop a universal way to enable you to login into any website when has been prior-validated. I do not see a need for password in devices which is physically within my proximity.

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goafrit2
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2/9/2014 7:38:21 PM
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Re: Zigbee vs. WiFi vs. ?
I think innovation doesn't depend on market success. Market success makes innovation, successful innovation.

How? How can you prove something is innovative when no one has bought it?

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goafrit2
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2/9/2014 7:34:15 PM
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Re: Re : The Internet-of-Things Will Emerge in 2014
Yes SunitaT I also agree with you on this, now a day the number of internet users has gone up than ever, main reason for this is definitely a smart phones. 

It goes beyond smartphone, think of any electronics on earth from pacemaker to toothbrush. Once it has an IP, it is on the network

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goafrit2
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2/9/2014 7:30:06 PM
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Re: Zigbee vs. WiFi vs. ?
Victor you are right I also believe that the innovation should be affordable to the public otherwise it will be just a innovation

Technically, a product cannot be considerred to be innovative without great market success. Until a product has a great market success, you can say that it is an invention.

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DaeJ
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2/3/2014 9:22:46 PM
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As smartphone has a tremendous data, integrated circuit should be implemented to protect theprivacy data. It could be challenged for analog designer to design the circuit to keep the data in the memory. For example Password scheme of smartphone could be improved to prevent access it fro, hacker.  

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yalanand
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1/31/2014 10:51:49 PM
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Re: Re : The Internet-of-Things Will Emerge in 2014
The era of devices like google glasses, smart watches will provide another set of IoE applications. 

@amrutah, I agree with you. Wearable technology is going to be the next big thing. Wearable technology along with "Internet of things" will create lot of new application and possibilities.

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yalanand
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1/31/2014 10:46:40 PM
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Re: Zigbee vs. WiFi vs. ?
Certainly Apple has changed the way we use the word "Innovation". Technically, a product that has not generated enough market success cannot be "innovative" irrespective of the engineering quality. Innovation = Invention + Market Success.

@goafrit2, I think innovation doesn't depend on market success. Market success makes innovation, successful innovation.

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amrutah
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1/26/2014 12:39:00 PM
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Re: Re : The Internet-of-Things Will Emerge in 2014
@Ranasinghe:

There are many applications possible due to the availability of network (internet) and devices like smartphones, tablets.  The era of devices like google glasses, smart watches will provide another set of IoE applications.  There is a Cisco paper describing how the innovtion is driving this to a little extent.

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Ranasinghe
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1/26/2014 12:18:23 PM
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Re: Zigbee vs. WiFi vs. ?
Market skimming pricing is the first pricing strategy in totally new products. Cause that there are customer segment which will try the product and like to own the product when launch who are the early adopters. 

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