Java Speaks the Language of the Internet of Things

We’re just beginning to see the potential value of the Internet of Things, and its forms and uses will extend well beyond what we know today. Moore’s Law has ensured that LAN, Wi-Fi, cellular, Bluetooth, and LPAN connection technologies can be added at low incremental cost, and the same observation applies to the new products, applications, and technology foundations to build upon. Given its ability to run on a wide range of devices—from sensors with limited CPU and memory capacity to rack-mounted servers—no other technology is better positioned to power an Internet of Things strategy than Java. Learn more in this session.

 

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