Image: http://bit.ly/1yNyWqi The OpenStand Paradigm embraces standards that support interoperability and are developed through an open participatory process. The process by which these standards are produced and the output–open standards–are essential for systems and data to be interoperable and for digital innovation. As big data and open data intersect, and we realize the benefits and […]

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Image: Shutterstock, Anna Bardocz Oleg Logvinov, Director of Market Development at STMicroelectronics and current Chair of the IEEE P2413 Standard for an Architectural Framework for the Internet of Things Working Group, contributed this article to Electronic Design Magazine. In reference to the IoT, Logvinov says, “At it’s heart, it is the disruptive convergence of technology, […]

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Image: Shutterstock, soliman design The potential of the internet continues to be realized as a direct result of the principles of openness that governed its very inception and early development. The idea that any person can have access to the free exchange of information, ideas, and data has created the connectivity framework that enables today’s […]

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