You can use Intel XDK together with Intel Collaboration Suite for Web RTC to
build the real time communication apps.
With Intel Collaboration Suite for Web RTC (Intel CS for WebRTC )it is
possible to build apps for real time communication over the web.
You need to use the Intel CS for WebRTC SDK built on top of W3C standard for
WebRTC. You can create apps for broadcast, peer-to-peer and apps for
To cater to the major OSs and HTML, the SDK is available in four versions one
Intel CS for WebRTC Conference Server that provides the Video Conference
Service that streams the service to many end points with the following quoted
High performance, VP8 and H.264 real-time transcoding with Intel® Iris™
Pro and Intel HD Graphics Scalable multipoint control unit (MCU) server... (more)
Internet of Things (IoT) is the in thing that no sane company would neglect.
BlackBerry after its recent smart phone is also into IoT and has a complete
platform. Main vertical applications targeted are automotive and asset
tracking for now.
Here is about the platform in Blackberry's own words.
"The BlackBerry® IoT Platform is here to give you that control, providing a
cloud-based solution that lets you build and manage IoT applications and
devices in a secure, efficient, and scalable way."
Security: via BlackBerry cryptography and Key Management technology-The IoT ... (more)
Azure Cloud on Ulitzer
With deep pockets Microsoft is able to fight it out on multiple fronts. With
Azure, in the coming months, it will take on Salesforce.com as a formidable
cloud platform provider. It's no longer just software as service; it will be
framework as a service at the finishing line. Read up this article to get a
picture of what is brewing.
Here is Microsoft market place positioned to start any time soon:
Here is the opponent with a big repertoire:
Raspberry Pi () has come up with a computer for $5.
Well, even the other Raspberry PIs were not very expensive ($20 ~$30). It
also attests to the fact that IoT is catching on. It has become so cheap that
some magazine (MagPi) gave it away to its readers bundled with the issue.
According to a pcworld.com article (IDG News Service) it uses a 1 GHZ ARM
processor from Broadcom (BCM2835). It has 512MB RAM with the OS loaded on the
micro-USB card. It has Micro-USB sockets for data and power including a
mini-HDMI socket as well. It has a 40-pin GPIO and the circuit-board may
require sol... (more)
It was quite easy to connect to SQL Azure using IIS 7 Database Manager in my
Windows 7 machine. Given the fact that the products are still in initial
stages this is very reassuring.
The messages that comes from SQL Azure to IIS 7 Database Server's interface
are at best confusing but if you can sweat it out (Keep trying!!!) you will
see some light. Other featrures(!) of the connectivity are slow response |No
Here is a screen shot of my first attempt at running a stored procedure that
I created on MyAzureConnection in IIS7 Database Manager.