CEL Launches Alphabet Soup Article

March 20, 2017

CEL’s new article, “Alphabet Soup: Understanding IoT Acronyms and How to Compare Them” was created to help product managers and IoT design engineers understand the ever changing and complex maze of communication standards and protocols involved with IoT and IoT solutions.  New ideas and protocols are becoming available at a rapid pace and some companies are pushing technologies that aren’t yet ready for prime time.

One of the most important decisions developers face is which communication protocols to choose. This decision impacts the hardware and what devices and functionality are available. Communication protocols need to be grouped together. Like puzzle pieces, only certain protocols can “connect” to each other.

Our technology “agnostic” blog will help your readers sort all of this out.

If you are interested, feel free to post this blog for your readers. I have attached the word doc and a high res image.

You can access the article directly online at:

http://blog.cortet.com/alphabet-soup-understanding-iot-acronyms-and-how-to-compare-them/

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