StartUp NewsTechnology

IBM To participate In Internet of Things World Forum 2016.

What is (IoT) World Forum ?

IoT (Internet of Things) World Forum 2016 is one of the world’s largest conferences about Internet of Things. It emphasize on IoT applications, IoT solutions and IoT companies for all sectors like automotive, healthcare, asset and fleet management, manufacturing, security, retail point of sales, smart home and electronics industry too.  Today one of the leading IT company, IBM, proclaimed that it will also take part in this conference.

What is IBM trying to do now?

The conference will be held in London on 29thand 30th November. IBM is also expanding its IoT platform, and Watson IoT’s, Chief Marketing Officer, Deon Newman, will be giving a presentation on “Future of IoT with Blockchain & IBM Watson Analytics.”

IBM’s Internet of Things

IBM also recentlydeclared its first of industry-specific IoTCloud-basedservices, for Electronics sector. This service will help enable electronics manufacturers to collect data from each and every individual device which can be collaborated with other data for real-time analysis. This service is built on SoftLayer Infrastructure. The IoT foundation works to provide the following things like analytic tool which would enable us to mine large quantities of speedy data, access to ‘s Bluemix which is IBM’s platform as a service which would help in handling enormous flow of data and moreover it will also provide anytime access to decision makers. It will also help with building stronger security systems for securing data information like confidential financial, IP and strategy related information.

So do you think about IBM’s cloud based services will be plus in IoT sector?Do share your thoughts in our comment section below.

Subscribe with us to get your dose of interesting news, research & opinions in the startup segment. Fill the form below:

[email-subscribers namefield=”YES” desc=”” group=”Public”]


The Author

Abirami Pillai

Abirami Pillai

A 20 year old passionate geek, never misses a chance to read on internet culture, consumer-facing technology & social media.
Abbie loves to write about early-stage startups, disruptive technology and new Apps in the market, besides that she is a diehard cinephile and logophile.

Previous post

Airbnb raises $555 million in Series F Funding, Surpassing Marriott and Hilton

Next post

In conversation with Founder of Myfairtool Julien Rio