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IoT Time Podcast S.2 Ep. 36 IPSO Alliance

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On this episode of the IoT Time Podcast, Ken Briodagh sits down with Christian Legare, Chairman, IPSO Alilance to talk about interoperability standards for IoT, defining network identity and the IoT Evolution Expo.

This episode is sponsored by the IoT Evolution Expo, the leading IoT-focused enterprise event in the Internet of Things, to be held July 17 to 20 at Caesars Palace, Las Vegas, and also by "IoT Time: Evolving Trends in the Internet of Things," a new book by Ken Briodagh about the ongoing influences shaping the IoT. To get a digital copy, download it here for free. A print edition is also available on Amazon for $14.99.

To become a sponsor of IoT Time, please email kbriodagh@tmcnet.com or tweet @KenBriodagh.




Edited by Ken Briodagh

Editorial Director

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