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    Lou Zhang Industry 4.0 / August 02, 2019

    What industry 4.0 means for networks

    The rise of industry 4.0 is revealing a lot of networks that need some help. 

    Network World reported, "The researchers say a smarter, unique, and organic infrastructure needs to be developed for the IoT and that simply adapting the IoT to traditional networks won't work. They say services must self-organize and function autonomously and that people must accept the fact that we are using the internet in ways never originally intended."

    What does this mean for your business?

    It might mean some updates for your network or some creative strategies. Definitely keep cybersecurity in mind and make sure that any new technology you add will be supported by your network. 

    Recommended ReadSmarter IoT concepts reveal creaking networksSource: http://www.networkworld.com

    The internet of things (IoT) needs its own infrastructure ecosystem — one that doesn't use external clouds at all, researchers at the University of Magdeburg say.Device, data, and process management must be integrated into IoT systems, say the group behind the project, called DoRIoT (Dynamische Laufzeitumgebung für Organisch (dis-)Aggregierende IoT-Prozesse), translated as Dynamic Runtime Environment for Organic dis-Aggregating IoT Processes.Read More

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