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The Internet of Things. What is it? Why is it important? Where does Quark fit in?

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About this Event

26 May 2014 @ 12:45
Download the keynote audio podcast from this event here
About the Speech:
The emergence of the ‘Internet of Things’ is one of today’s most significant digital trends. While smartphones, tablets and other screen-based technologies currently provide our principal means of accessing the Internet, an ever-increasing number of everyday devices and appliances are being connected to the online world. From his position at the cutting-edge of these developments, Philip Moynagh discussed the potential benefits of the Internet of Things in sectors as diverse as energy, healthcare, transport, commerce and education.
This was the opening event in the 2014 ESB lecture series, entitled Power to the People.
About the Speaker:
Philip Moynagh was appointed as Vice President of the Internet of Things Group at Intel Corporation in May 2014. He previously served as General Manager of Intel's Quark Solutions Division, leading the Irish-based development of the devices that will enable appliances, vehicles, medical sensors and other objects to connect with the Internet. Prior to this, Mr. Moynagh managed leading-edge silicon chip fabrication factories in Ireland and the U.S.

Theme: Digital Future 

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