Distributor talks up ‘Internet of things’ .
MANY objects these days are smart enough to do things their owners want them to do. With most things being capable of working on their own, the next step is for all these things to be connected to one another and collaborating.
Making more use of the Internet and the cloud was what MDR Microware Sales Inc. hoped to impart to their partners. Elvi Suficiencia, executive vice president of MDR Microware Sales Inc., said that currently, people look at personal computers and associate them with running applications like Microsoft Office. They hope to change how people see computers, saying that instead of PC standing for personal computer, it should now stand for personal computing.
Suficiencia pointed out that these days, desktops and notebooks have also been reinvented to address the changing preferences of customers....
IT Suppliers Roll Out the ‘Internet of Things’ to Entrepreneurs.
Despite of being labeled as a country with slow internet connection, Philippines has still the number of things embedded with sensors, wireless and Bluetooth connections which are continuously embracing Filipino technopreneurs that led information technology suppliers to introduce the ‘Internet of Things’ (IoT).
No more conventional personal computers (PC), analog devices and gadgets, typical flat screen laptops and desktops to be introduced. Instead, they innovated them into more effective and efficient devices to interact with internal states as well as the external environment.
This is what IoT is all about...