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KerryM
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KerryM   5/7/2013 6:29:11 PM
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Sylvie, I agree that you hit the nail on the head. lcovey is right that managing the data is a 'big deal'. But unless you can be sure that the data is authentic/accurate/reliable, it's not clear that the data will be of any value. And if I can spoof data to make it look like it came from you instead of me there are all sorts of unpleasant options. The technology is there - cryptography, hardware security devices, protected protocols - we just need to see them get integrated in the solutions.

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mcgrathdylan   7/29/2013 12:47:23 PM
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I think that we can all agree that the Internet of Things has the potetial to impact our lives enormously and to give the chip industry a huge boost. It's interesting to read about the gaps in technology that need to be filled, particularly with regard to some of the low power connectivity technologies that will be needed to see this all come to fruition.

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