Category : IoT Data Analytics

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    A New Analytics-powered CX-centric Model is Driving Service Provider Transformation

    Posted by Prashanth Shetty on Aug 18, 2021

    Internet Service Providers across the world are facing the common problem of trying to deliver the best customer experience and service assurance in the most cost-effective manner.

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    COVID Speeds Tech Transformation Among Service Providers

    Posted by Ayla Networks on Jul 23, 2021

    With the goal of saving millions -- even billions -- of dollars per year in service and support costs, internet and communications service providers have been working to implement predictive automation for maintenance and repair.

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    AI + IoT Equals Better Business Outcomes

    Posted by Ayla Networks on Jun 1, 2021

    The Internet of Things (IoT) market is in a constant state of positive evolution. It has undergone 3 phases since its inception nearly a decade ago. We’re now officially in the 3rd phase of the IoT. It’s all about the data. It encompasses the transmission, ingestion, pipeline management, storage, analysis, and extraction of information.

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    Ask Ayla - Question 5 - How Do You Make Use of the IoT Data?

    Posted by Ayla Networks on Sep 16, 2016

    Hi Ayla, What are some ways that the data generated by IoT products can help enhance a smart home experience?

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    Ask Ayla - Question 4 - How do you Leverage the Data in IoT?

    Posted by Ayla Networks on Sep 12, 2016

    Dear Ayla, How do we leverage the data from our smart product without having to invest in that capability?

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    Ayla Insights’ IoT Data Analytics Service Wins 2015 IoT Excellence Award

    Posted by Rod McLane on Mar 7, 2016

    Ayla Networks recently won a 2015 IoT Excellence Award for Ayla Insights, the IoT data analytics and business intelligence service for Ayla’s IoT platform. Sponsored by TMC and Crossfire Media, the 2015 IoT Excellence Award honors innovative products that support the availability of information being deduced, inferred and directly gathered from sensors, systems and anything else that is supporting better business and personal decisions.

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    What Do New EU Data Privacy Rules Mean for IoT Companies?

    Posted by Adrian Caceres on Nov 10, 2015

    Shock Waves Felt as Safe Harbor Ruled Invalid

    European Union rules about handling data privacy and personally identifiable information (PII) are much more stringent than in the U.S. For 15 years, the U.S. has relied on the Safe Harbor framework, administered by the U.S. Department of Commerce, to allow EU data to be stored legally in the United States — or, more specifically, in data centers outside of Europe.

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    Ayla is the Onramp to AWS for the IoT. Turn here now!

    Posted by Dave Friedman on Oct 9, 2015

    Amazon Web Services (AWS) made a slew of announcements at the AWS: Reinvent show in Las Vegas this week. In addition to something called AWS IoT, they introduced services with interesting names such as QuickSight, Kinesis Firehose and Snowball. If you’re a manufacturer that offers—or wants to offer—connected products for the IoT, what do all these AWS announcements mean to you?

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    The Value is in the Data, Not the Thing

    Posted by Dave Friedman on Sep 28, 2015

    Today marks an important milestone in Ayla’s development: We are launching Ayla Insights , which will give our customers the ability to see and use data about their products in a whole new way. Ayla Insights is an extension to our IoT platform that will change how manufacturers design and deliver their products.

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    Get To Know The Four Types Of Data In The Internet of Things

    Posted by Dave Friedman on Aug 13, 2015

    Status, location, personalization, and action.

    Big data is one of the greatest economic opportunities of our time. It’s also incredibly vague. You’ve probably been in conversations where the different participants were using “big data” to refer to (a) large amounts of data; (b) data sets that exceed the capabilities of traditional databases; or (c) the software tools employed to analyze the data sets in the first two definitions.

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    Silicon Valley IoT Meetup: IoT, Big Data & Edge Analytics

    Posted by Mark Wright on May 29, 2015

    A while back I had the opportunity to participate in the Silicon Valley IoT Meetup (“IoT, Big Data, and Edge Analytics Opportunities and Challenges”) discussion hosted by Cisco VP/CTO Jim Greene and Ken Forster, COO of PLAT.ONE. Any discussion with Jim is an insightful journey rich with data-driven references. This time, the discussion had good IoT insights into business views, industrial dynamics, some interesting case studies and a serious non-apocalyptic view on security.

  • Understanding Ayla Persistent Communication

    Posted by Vish Pai on Sep 15, 2014

    With the Amazon Kindle, it takes a mere 60 seconds to download a book, and if you purchase a book on, it’s instantly available on your kindle device. Have you ever wondered how this is accomplished?

  • A Cloud is a Cloud is a Cloud?

    Posted by Ayla Networks on Apr 16, 2014

    Connected devices often have a cloud access component to interface with a user app. But there may be some real differences in what the cloud actually does. What can that cloud do and why should it matter to you?  If you have a Wi-Fi camera at home sending video of your fish tank to your office PC screensaver, that’s a cloud implementation (a dumb cloud, but a cloud nonetheless).

  • What's the Smarts in the IoT

    Posted by Ayla Networks on Jan 27, 2014

    In this month's contribution to the IoT World community site, Ayla Networks' CEO, Dave Friedman, explains what’s behind the smarts in the IoT. The brain in the Internet of Things is more than being tied to the Internet and connecting to an ecosystem of other devices. It's more than a remote monitor for your smartphone or tablet. It's really about data intelligence.