Cisco Kinetic Data Control Module

| March 30, 2018

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The Internet of Things (IoT) has dramatically increased the volume and variety of data being produced, opening the door to a wave of new possibilities. Companies can use that data to grow revenue, increase efficiency, enhance customer experience, decrease downtime, reduce costs, and in countless other ways. The key is being able to unlock data from it source, process it to make is usable, and programmatically and securely move the right data to the right application to put it to work. Cisco Kinetic is the cornerstone of the Cisco IoT portfolio. With this platform, Cisco is not only fulfilling the need for IoT technology and products, but is also revolutionizing our understanding of networking.

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