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As IoT orchestration becomes urgent, Google’s Apigee buy will gain value

As organizations in many industries start to make concrete plans for the Internet of Things (IoT), emphasis is shifting from visions of new use cases, towards the practical challenges of deploying large numbers of devices, often with high requirements for security, reliability and low latency. Many solutions in the first wave of IoT platforms for industrial and vertical market use have been mainly concerned with connecting the devices and collecting and analysing the data they generate. But now, many players are also focusing on the next step – how all those connected objects will communicate with one another. Google and others call this IoT orchestration, meaning multiple connected devices being “aware of each other and working together”. This is not…

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