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It is hard to imagine that the Internet of Things is still in its infancy. And yet, enterprises like Ingram Micro are capitalizing on this emerging market. In September, Ingram Micro hosted its first-ever IoT Summit featuring IoT, AI and mixed reality to rave reviews from more than 300 attendees. This was a new industry event that included cutting-edge-technology, networking with thought leaders and representatives, all designed to show how IoT solutions are truly transforming the industry and realizing the promise of IoT.
As reported on our Ingram Micro Imagine Next website:
“The summit provided attendees with technology and business insights to help them capitalize on the immense opportunities across multiple verticals. In 10 general sessions, executives from key technology vendors, including IBM spoke about IoT solutions are transforming the industry landscape.”
The IT industry as a whole has also taken notice. According to Gartner, Inc. Enterprise and Automotive, the Internet of things will increase to 5.8 billion endpoints in 2020, which is more than a 21% increase from 2019.
With the enormous complexity that is the Internet of Things, service providers must be able to provide their customers with infrastructure that will support IoT applications, and the immense data driven through these connection devices.
To give you a better understanding of this, according to a study by IDC, the growth in connected devices will exponentially surge to “41.6 billion connected IoT devices generating 79.4 zettabytes (ZB) of data in 2025.” This explosion of data will require sophisticated data administration solutions to manage it all effectively.
IBM is at the forefront of the AI and the Internet of Things revolution by unlocking the power of data to better equip organizations with IoT solutions to advance digital transformation. As a strategic partner of IBM, Ingram Micro offers valuable IoT training that is needed in the marketplace.
Students who take IoT training will be better equipped and empowered to take advantage of this growing opportunity as more businesses will demand more data-driven IoT specialists.
There’s simply no better way to increase your skills, grow your capabilities, improve your business processes and gain insights to help you capitalize on new opportunities. Training also gives you the credentials to position your team as true IT experts who organizations can look to with confidence.
To learn more about IBM IoT courses offered by Ingram Micro, visit: https://www.ingrammicrotraining.com/Vendors/IBM/IBM-IoT-Trainings.aspx