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Announcing the IoT Summit 2016

An opportunity to learn and discover open source IoT technology

Ottawa, Canada - January 19, 2016 - The Eclipse Internet of Things (IoT) community, an Eclipse Foundation working group, is pleased to announce the IoT Summit 2016 to be held March 8-9, 2016 in Reston, Virginia. The event is co-located with EclipseCon 2016.

Eclipse IoT is the leading open source community building implementations of IoT protocols, runtimes, and device frameworks. The IoT Summit will be focused on the open source and open standards available to organizations building IoT solutions. Participants will be learn about new key initiatives from the Eclipse IoT community, Apache Spark, LoRaWAN, Microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) and other technology relevant for IoT solutions.

The IoT Summit will feature IoT experts from leading IoT companies including, Analog Devices, Bosch, Eclipse Foundation, Eurotech, IS2T, IBM, Marvell Semiconductor, Red Hat, The Things Network and Verisign. Attendees will have an opportunity to learn first-hand from these IoT technology leaders.

The IoT is driving major changes for all companies and industries. One of key change are the technologies required to build IoT solutions, including hardware, networking, messaging, data processing, security, application development, cloud computing and more. Attend the IoT Summit to explore the different aspects of IoT technology and understand how to get started building IoT solutions.

Registration is now open for the IoT Summit. Schedule and registration details are available here:

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