Archives for: "May 2005"

No Signal

You can't live the life [TeleInterActive Lifestyle™] if you can't get a signal. Cell phone signal coverage, or WiFi coverage, we're always looking for signals to keep in touch, get data, stay connected. And all of us have trouble finding a signal,… more »

Bayosphere is Ramping UP

The Bayosphere is going live, as they announce in "Forums go live. Talk amongst ourselves....". They're still more than a month away from their formal launch, but they're ramping up with forums, a new central blog, and a search for some part-time… more »

Oracle Accounts for 80.5 Percent of New License Sales in Linux

I had assumed that with the rise of Open Source RDBMS that Open Source RDBMS had a larger share in the Linux platform. I am wrong. According to the article, IBM, Oracle Tie For No. 1 In Database Market, "Oracle accounted for 80.5 percent of new license… more »

Cellphedia

Cellphedia, according to its home page, is "the 1st Ubiquitous Social Encyclopedia". Think of it as a cross between Wikipedia and online social networks, for your cell phone. This was developed as part of founder's Limor Garcia graduate thesis at New… more »

WMI

As part of the WWW2005 Conference, the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) has announced a broad initiative for bringing a better web experience to handheld users. Called the Mobile Web Initiative (MWI), ... recognizes the mobile device as a first class… more »
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The TeleInterActive Lifestyle is about the business processes, life choices, management challenges and technical issues facing organizations and individuals as individuals and organizations adopt the Internet of Things, Mixed Reality, wireless networks of all levels, mobile devices, long-distance collaboration, social networks, digital transformation, and adjust to growing urbanization.

Sensor Analytics Ecosystems for the Internet of Things (SAEIoT) brings value from emerging technologies through data management and analytics, advances in data science, as the IoT matures through the 5Cs: Connection, Communication, Contextualization, Collaboration and Cognition. The socialization of machines will allow for Privacy, Transparency, Security and Convenience to be flexibly provided with two-way accountability to build Trust among Humans and Machines.

AsDataArchon, we have evolved our consulting data scientist work from learning how to incorporate sensor analytics into data warehouses, business intelligence and analytics to focusing on IoT data management and forming sensor analytics ecosystems.

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Our current thinking on sensor analytics ecosystems (SAE) bringing together critical solution spaces best addressed by Internet of Things (IoT) and advances in Data Management and Analytics (DMA) is here.

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