GSA Evolution to Narrow Band-IoT Report
The GSA Evolution to Narrow Band IoT (NB-IoT) is a new quarterly report from GSA that will track and report on the progress of this 3GPP technology. The report covers the progress of the standardisation of NB-IoT which should be frozen in June 2016 as part of Release-13. Also covered is the progress operators are making around the world on deploying technologies to deliver on the promise of billions of connected things by 2025.
The INPUT Platform: Personal Services in the Fog
INPUT is a research project funded by the European Commission under the Horizon 2020 program which aims at designing a novel SDN/NFV platform to support the Future Internet cloud services in a more scalable and sustainable way, with innovative added-value capabilities and much closer to the end-users, by exploiting and fostering upcoming in-network fog computing technologies.
Read more in the July IEEE Softwarization eNewsletter.
Will A.I. Operate the Future Internet? Let's Train It!
As we see an increase in smart terminals, wearables, and machines capable of translating our actions, thoughts, words and maybe even emotions into big data, advanced A.I. will process this data and infer actions (i.e., make the data "actionable"). Eventually, humans will set up and train a sort of artificial "nervous system" that will utilize these technologies for the future digital society and economy.
Read more and join the discussion at the IEEE SDN Blog.