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5 Takeaways From Michael Dell's IoT Day Keynote

The Dell Technologies CEO spoke about his company's vision for seizing Internet of Things and edge computing opportunities.

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IoT Is Also About Storage

I believe that AI and machine learning will be the jet engines of human progress. And data will be the fuel for that progress. Now that's a beautiful thing because here at Dell Technologies we store more than half of the world's mission-critical data. And our job is to innovate, along with our customers and partners, the secure infrastructure to loop that data into a cycle of continuous innovation and improvement that goes something like this. First, you've got software that makes products smarter -- like a thermostat, or cars, or jet engines, or wind turbines. And software takes everyday services and puts them online, like taxis and travel and insurance. And those products and services generate massive amounts of data - -which when analyzed, can be used to make the products and services smarter, better, more personalized and predictive. ...

And the true potential of the Internet of Things and AI can be a lot when they come together in one complete, interdependent ecosystem. We call this the IQ of Things, or IQT. And this is where every node is additive to the collective intelligence of the whole. And we see this as the next evolutionary step in computing — one that will have a profound implication on business, industry, society, all organizations around the world.

 
 
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