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The Internet of Things in the Cognitive Era: Realizing the future and full potential of connected devices

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IoT devices will become the largest single source of data, with over 90% going unused. IBM has pioneered work in the Internet of Things for over a decade, focusing on cognitive computing solutions so that all IoT data can drive delivery, efficiency, and performance for our clients.

This whitepaper from Harriet Green, General Manager, IBM Watson IoT and Education outlines how IoT will change the world, and why cognitive solutions are crucial to business transformation.

The Internet of Things in the Cognitive Era: Realizing the future and full potential of connected devices
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