Ever since the Internet of Things (IoT) came into being, its influence on our lives has continued to grow.
IoT connects multiple types of physical devices worldwide to the internet, which devices collect and share information via processors and intricate networks. The IoT today represents an ecosystem of interconnected data devices and networks, which has been rapidly changing the way we live our lives.
Research conducted by Cisco states that there is a high possibility that there will be more than 50 billion devices connected to the internet by 2020. However, many innovators believe that there is a need to focus more on the quality of networks rather than just amplifying their quantity through cheap processors and difficult to manage colossal networks.
With the possibility to transform IoT, we need solutions that can further help improve IoT applications and enable them to effectively interact without human presence to provide their users with an overall holistic experience.
Reforming Infrastructure Strategies
As the use of IoT applications has enhanced the way customers experience utilizing their services in a digital society, many organizations have to make sure that these applications are backed up with adequate storage infrastructures, high-performance computing, and data processing in real-time through the use of mobile devices and IoT sensors.
Consequently, this approach can be addressed effectively if organizations and IT teams were to move away from traditional based data centers and on towards cloud computing models. This way, they will have a higher ability to build self-figuring and smart IoT applications. And with the growing increase in connected devices worldwide, it will be much easier to facilitate their communication amongst millions of devices with enhanced cloud infrastructure.
Optimizing Network Bandwidth
IoT converges and produces large amounts of data, which often creates optimization problems. In IoT platforms, the optimization of networks is a collection of input and output data, alongside various constraints, which can be achieved if organizations were to use the right method to address the optimization problems.
Fortunately, many IT based organizations are well underway in confronting these issues and working towards implementing improved solutions. A prime example can be Sequans Communications- a fabless semiconductor company based in Paris that designs and develops chips and modules for 4G and 5G IoT devices and networks.
Founded by Georges Karam back in 2003, Sequans Communications is an IoT connectivity solutions developer and provider and its influence has expanded globally with offices situated in France, South Korea, China, Singapore, UK, Finland, Hong Kong, and the United States. The company provides 4G and 5G connectivity chips and modules for massive, broadband and critical IoT. Their technologies have been approved by network operators in multiple regions, including USA, Europe, and Asia
Sequans Communications is determined and focused on providing the highest quality chips to improve IoT connectivity and integrate solutions that can empower IoT applications and services worldwide.