We want to make sure that we always have our finger on the pulse of how today’s organizations are using IoT and edge computing technologies, and the challenges they face in doing so. The third edition of the IoT and Edge Commercial Adoption Survey Report tells us some very interesting things.
Here are some of the key findings from the survey:
I have a fantastic job. When people ask what I do, I say I manage IoT and Edge Computing programs at the Eclipse Foundation. This is true yet is an oversimplification. What I actually do is a bit more complicated than that. I need to keep an eye on over fifty relevant Eclipse open-source projects.
If your company uses or deploys commercial IoT and edge computing solutions; or if you’re a developer working on IoT or edge technologies, please take a few minutes before June 15 to complete the survey.
At last, 2022 is with us. In my native Canada, the month of January usually brings polar temperatures — think -25 Celcius (-13 Fahrenheit) and below. When it is so cold outside, it is a good time to think about the past year and look forward to the year ahead. In that sense, January is the perfect name for the month. You see, the month of January is named for the Roman god Janus. Janus is the god of beginnings, time, and transitions in ancient Roman religion. He is represented as having two faces; he could see the past with one and the future with the other.
It’s a rare event when a new operating system comes along. And it’s even rarer to have the opportunity to influence the direction of that OS at its earliest stages. So I’m delighted to tell you that today we are announcing a new working group and top-level project that gives you that opportunity.
At the Eclipse Foundation, we’ve seen companies from all around the world, from different industries, find value in open source software. Aloxy, the subject of our latest member case study, has discovered that adopting open source components helped them focus on the unique aspects of their products, and increase their time to market.