By 2020 up to 20 billion devices could be connected to the Internet—cars, homes, healthcare devices, and more.
By 2020 up to 20 billion devices could be connected to the Internet—cars, homes, healthcare devices, and more. Thanks to the Internet of Things, we are entering a world in which wirelessly connected devices can make decisions based on your personal data. Join the conversation with element14 members about how we can create a secure, connected world.
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