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How Does an IoT Solution Actually Work? Part 2 – Edge Computing
In the first part of How Does an IoT Solution Actually Work?, I explained that there are four major components that are involved in any given IoT solution. Those components are Sensors/Devices, Connectivity, Data Processing, and User Interface. The Internet of Things is made up of connected devices, i.e. anything that has the capacity to transfer data over a network. So by definition, an IoT solution needs some kind of connectivity, especially if it uses the cloud. However, there are certain cases where the data processing or the interaction with the sensor/device through the user interface can take place without any data first being transferred over an external network.
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