Tuesday, 24 February 2015

Internet of things starter kit unveiled by ARM and IBM

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A "starter kit" designed to spur on the invention of internet-connected gadgets has been announced as part of a tie-up between two leading tech firms.

Chip designer ARM and cloud services giant IBM say it can take just five minutes to unbox the equipment and start sending readings to online apps.

They suggest this will make it easier to test smart home, smart city and other "internet of things" prototypes.
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"Frankly the use cases are bounded only by human imagination," said IBM's vice president of development Rob Lamb.
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