Gabe Munz

IT executive who has successfully managed fast-paced interop IT environments of organizations in varied B2B markets for nearly…

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IT executive who has successfully managed fast-paced interop IT environments of organizations in varied B2B markets for nearly 15 years.

How Augmented Reality Is Making Us Smarter
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How Augmented Reality Is Making Us Smarter

Every time you read an article about the future of technology, Moore’s Law is bound to pop up. The law is a common knowledge when it comes to technology; it takes care of exponential growth of the number of transistors on a circuit and the speed that information is processed. Suggestively, there exist a new […]

Augmented Reality Is Expected To Assist Surgeons In OR
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Augmented Reality Is Expected To Assist Surgeons In OR

Since the time it first came into the picture, augmented reality has inspired and attracted the attention of all most all the industries, when it comes to optimizing it for better outcomes. The use of augmented reality is not only limited to technology, gaming, and education industries, in fact, it can be used in a […]

Security Before Innovation In Internet of Things
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Security Before Innovation In Internet of Things

Some technology trends have managed to generate interest over the recent years as the Internet of Things (IoT). Consequently, many organizations are tirelessly working to bring advanced new connected devices to the market. Internet of Things has the potential to make the greatest innovation that would be seen by many in their lifetime. Similar to […]

Silver Spring Networks: New Rival For The IoT Networks
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Silver Spring Networks: New Rival For The IoT Networks

Silver Spring Networks fused into the increasingly jam-packed race to offering a wide-area wireless network for Internet of Things (IoT). Starfish is a public version of the 900 MHz network the company established primarily for smart utility meters. Almost a dozen providers are attempting to fill the need for long distance networks, cutting the cost […]

Google Brillo and Weave Available for More Developers
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Google Brillo and Weave Available for More Developers

Google has extended the availability of its Brillo and Weave IoT components to more developers. The two components were announced in May 2015 during Google I/O. Here is how Google describes Brillo, “Brillo brings the simplicity and speed of software development to hardware by offering you a lightweight embedded OS based on Android, core services, […]

Telstra Plan To Trial LoRaWAN IoT Wireless technology In Melbourne
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Telstra Plan To Trial LoRaWAN IoT Wireless technology In Melbourne

Telstra is set to test a new wireless technology in the CBD of Melbourne, specifically designed for Internet of Things. The purpose of the network will be to support and upkeep its IoT challenge being run in collaboration with Melbourne City, where the contestants develop and also demonstrate IoT applications. LoRaWAN tech operated in unlicensed […]

Five Amazing Trends That Will Transform How You Experience Home Life
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Five Amazing Trends That Will Transform How You Experience Home Life

After a long day of work, most of us will want to go home, turn on the music system as we freshen up. Like it or not, this will turn around with time, though not with respect to working hours, but how home life is experienced by different people. What brings the change? The existence […]

Oracle Tackles Mobile And Internet of Things With Integration At The Core
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Oracle Tackles Mobile And Internet of Things With Integration At The Core

Internet of Things is the talk of the day everywhere and its trend toward mobile is similarly on the rise. Now, how can a developer decide what to do? What can Oracle possibly offer them? The Vice President of product management and strategy at Oracle, Siddhartha Agarwal joined Brian Gracely and John Furrier, cohosts of […]

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