OT Meets IT at the IoT Solutions World Congress

DAVID HUMPHREY | October 11, 2017

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The worlds of IT and manufacturing have been converging for several years now, and nowhere was this trend more evident than at the IoT Solutions World Congress, held last week in Barcelona, Spain, and attended by ARC analysts. Co-sponsored by the Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC), the event took place for the third year and is growing rapidly, according to the organizers.

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