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Standards Insight Blog
When Will Augmented Reality Reach the Tipping Point?Konstantinos Karachalios, Managing Director, IEEE Standards Association
Proprietary products deliver competitive differentiation in early stages of technology development. But there comes a point when open, standards-based solutions are necessary to establish the technological foundation on which more innovators can participate at lower cost, toward the goal of growing a richer and more robust market.
IEEE-SA Symposium on Electronic Design Automation (EDA) and Intellectual Property (IP) Interoperability
6 October 2014 - San Jose, California
2014 IEEE-SA Ethernet & IP @ Automotive Technology Day
23-24 October 2014 - Detroit, Michigan
Standards That Support Big DataCovering a variety of applications
The Institute, 8 September 2014
This article is part of our September 2014 special report on big data, covering technologies that support and make sense of the growing mountains of data, and several of its applications.
The IEEE Standards Association has introduced a number of standards related to big-data applications, with others in the works.
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