Parks Associates: Over 80% of smartphone and tablet users who own a smart home device have downloaded mobile apps for their devices
Ira Brodsky for ComputerWorld: Last week, a guest editorial by Jerome Rota of Greenwave Systems titled, “How to Bring the ‘Internet of Things’ to Life” appeared in The Wall Street Journal. Mr. Rota suggested that wireless operators should manage smart home networks using spectrum acquired in the FCC’s 600 MHz auction. This is a bad idea for several reasons.
1. “Today a smart home nearly requires an IT specialist.”
The first products based on new technology are often difficult to set up and manage. Mr. Rota’s solution -- having wireless carriers perform these tasks -- could short-circuit the development of more user-friendly products and would saddle consumers with unnecessary monthly fees. Cont'd...
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