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CW ASEAN: Growing the IoT
Despite the allure of internet of things (IoT), adoption of the technology is still in its infancy in Southeast Asia. According to an industry survey, 51% of organisations in the region say they still need to better understand the benefits of IoT. In this month’s issue of CW ASEAN, we look at the conditions necessary for the IoT to gain broader adoption in the region, starting with the need to reduce costs and develop an ecosystem to support deployments. Also, read more about Red Hat’s strategy for tackling an ASEAN market that is not used to paying for software. Read the issue now.
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Besides lowering adoption costs, an ecosystem of governments, technology suppliers and telcos is necessary for the internet of things to flourish in Southeast Asia
Tipped as Malaysia's Silicon Valley, the Cyberjaya township will pilot a slew of smart city projects, including e-payments and mobile bus ticketing
Red Hat’s vice-president and general manager for the ASEAN region, Damien Wong, sheds light on the company’s strategy for tackling a market that is not used to paying for software