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Top Key Players Covered in this report: Intel Corporation,Ayla Networks,Artik Cloud,AWS IOT,GE Predix,Google,Microsoft,IBM Watson IoT,ThingWorx …

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The IoT Cloud Market report gives Analysis of incomes, limits and benefits of Key Manufacturers including the market holdings, offers of units, income dispersion, and the measures that have been taken to overcome the issues faced.

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Top Key Players Covered in this report: Intel Corporation,Ayla Networks,Artik Cloud,AWS IOT,GE Predix,Google,Microsoft,IBM Watson IoT,ThingWorx,Salesforce IoT Cloud,Telit DeviceWise,Xively,Zebra Zatar Cloud,WebNMS,Oracle

IoT Cloud Market Segment by ProductTypes considering Production, Revenue (Value), Price Trends:

  • Information Processing
  • Signal Communication
  • Other
  • IoT Cloud Market Segment by Applications considering Consumption Growth Rate and Market Share:

  • Manufacturing
  • Energy & Power
  • Oil & Gas
  • Metals & Mining
  • Healthcare
  • Agriculture
  • Others
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    In this study, the years considered to estimate the market size of IoT Cloud are as follows:

    • History Year: 2014-2018
    • Base Year: 2018
    • Estimated Year: 2019
    • Forecast Year 2019 to 2025

    Scope of IoT Cloud Market: Geographically, this IoT Cloud report is split into crucial positions, size, production, consumption, revenue (Mn/Bn USD), and also market share and increase space of IoT Cloud industry in these regions, by 2025, covering United States, Japan, China, India, Southeast Asia, Europe as well as its share and also CAGR for its forecast interval.

    TOC of IoT CloudMarket Report Contains: –

    1. Market Overview: Product Overview, Classification, Applications, Regional Analysis, Industry Development Factors Analysis, Consumer Behaviour Analysis.
    2. IoT Cloud Market Analysis by Region: Consumption of IoT Cloud Industry at Present Situation Analysis in USA, Europe, Japan, China, India, Southeast Asia regions.
    3. IoT Cloud Market Upstream and Downstream Analysis: Key Raw Materials Suppliers and Price Analysis, Key Raw Materials Production and Consumption Analysis, Manufacturing Process Analysis, Downstream Buyers Analysis, Industry Chain Analysis, Procurement Method Analysis, Customs Tariff Analysis.
    4. IoT Cloud Market Forecast (2019-2025)

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    Is JPM Coin a Fake Crypto? Critics Question Blockchain Cred

    The fact that an old school bank was embracing blockchain tech and going crypto caught the attention of traditional finance and disruptive firms alike.

    Last week, one of the big Fintech news stories was that JP Morgan Chase (NYSE:JPM) was issuing its own stablecoin anointed JPM Coin. The fact that an old school bank was embracing blockchain tech and going crypto caught the attention of traditional finance and disruptive firms alike.

    Yet, few details about JPM Coin were revealed in the news with the exception that it would be pegged to the US dollar (USD$ 1 – 1 JPMC) and it was expected to facilitate global transfers for big corporations. Faster, more secure and less expensive, so we hope.

    But crypto supporters and detractors alike were quick to question JP Morgan’s blockchain credibility.

    Samson Williams posted six reasons why JPM Coin is fake.

    “The JPMCoin isn’t a blockchain or a crypto,” said Williams.

    But he added that it really does not matter because JPM Coin does solve real business problems and proposes real operational cost savings.

    Additionally, Williams said that JPM Coin is great news for Ripple:

    “As the JPMCoin validates their entire business model as only the 6th largest bank in the world can. Too, JPM’s entry into the internal/private permissioned pseudo blockchain world of operational efficiency disrupts Ripple‘s competitors.”

    Williams said JPM Coin is a huge threat for Swift and other big corporate transfer operations.

    Fabio Ciucci echoed Williams to a degree. He called JPM Coin a database disguised as a coin.

    “JPMorgan did NOT launch a cryptocurrency, but another digital dollar like Paypal or Alipay, just less useful: for internal usage between banks and large corporates only, not for consumers,’ Ciucci stated. “… JPM Coin is not for the public, competes with SWIFT, the middleman between banks, which takes a day to settle a transaction. But SWIFT launched “GPI”: if faster enough will make JPM Coin and DLTs useless.”

    The always colorful crypto critic Nouriel Roubini slammed JPM Coin via Twitter.

    He questioned whether, or not, JPM Coin had anything to do with either blockchain or crypto.

    “Calling it crypto is a joke,” Roubini flatly declared.

    In which way has the new alleged JPMorgan crypto coin anything to do with blockchain/crypto? It is private not public, permissioned not permissionless, based on trusted authorities verifying transaction not trustless, centralized not decentralized. Calling it crypto is a joke

    — Nouriel Roubini (@Nouriel) February 14, 2019

    So is JPM Coin lipstick on a pig? Is JPM just surfing the crypto/blockchain hype? And does it really matter?

    Corporate transfers are a huge business. If JPM, or Ripple for that matter, can speed up the process and reduce the cost, I am all for it. Why aren’t we at T + 3 seconds by now?

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    New Ripple Insights Post Shows New Generation Of Blockchain Workers Getting Support From …

    Blockchain technology is growing every day, and the only way to keep up the pace is to have new developers learn the technology and seek out ways …
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    New Generation Of Blockchain Workers Receives Necessary Support And Education From Fundação Getúlio Vargas In Brazil

    Blockchain technology is growing every day, and the only way to keep up the pace is to have new developers learn the technology and seek out ways to improve it. However, before that innovation can happen, the industry needs more people that understand blockchain technology, which is what Sao Paulo’s Fundação Getúlio Vargas (FGV) is working towards.

    FGV is one of the leading universities in Brazil, and they offer the University Blockchain Research Initiative, which was recently developed by Ripple. Professor Riccardo Rochman of the university spoke with Ripple on a recent issue of their Insights blog to discuss the way that their Crypto Master’s Program is readying blockchain entrepreneurs and leaders for the future.

    The topics of blockchain and cryptocurrency are necessary research topics in Brazil, considering the role they play in the evolving economy. In Rochman’s opinion, blockchain has the potential to overthrow the current protocols that exist in business and economics, ultimately empowering the people of Brazil.

    Presently, the Brazilian Development Bank (BNDES) uses blockchain and a proprietary cryptocurrency as a way to fund local businesses. Considering this use case, Rochman pointed out that the new paths being made for blockchain technology will make the environmentally friendlier and needier of the new workers and entrepreneurs with a fresh take of the fintech.

    A major part of this future vision is UBRI, which Rochman says is helpful in bringing in more students to the program. In fact, he has noted that there has been an increase in the number of research proposals on blockchain, along with new dissertations.

    With the funding, FGV has been able to work with private firms as well. They have also been responsible for the networking that has been set up with other UBRI-funded universities. The cooperation of these networking relationships is now is what will pivot the blockchain community forward. Last year, Rochman even was part of the launch of the Master’s Degree in Crypto Finance, which had never been done before now.

    When the program originally began, there were about 20 that enrolled in the first course that they made available, while 250 joined the Master’s Program. The numbers have grown exponentially since then, and there have been many new students immediately enlisting in the program. Rochman views the work that the university is doing as a way to change Brazil and eventually the rest of the world.

    New Infoholic Research Study Claims Blockchain Use for Global Energy Utilities Market Will Boom …

    According to an all new study released by Infoholic Research LLP yesterday, the global blockchain in energy utilities market is all set to grow by a …
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    According to an all new study released by Infoholic Research LLP yesterday, the global blockchain in energy utilities market is all set to grow by a whopping 60% within the coming 5 years or so.

    To elaborate further on the matter, the report also states that last year, the “global blockchain in energy utilities market” was estimated to be worth $210.4 million but by 2024, this figure is all set to grow to a staggering $3.4 billion. These numbers when extrapolated mathematically show that the aforementioned market is all set to grow at a massive rate of 59.4 percent by 2024.

    More on the Matter

    A closer look at Infoholic’s recent study shows that one of the key growth drivers for the global blockchain industry (over the next five to six years) will be the “increasing sales of distributed energy and peer-to-peer (p2p) electricity”.

    In addition to this, the report also states:

    “Due to the increasing automation in energy utilities, organizations are making real-time changes to the infrastructure that will help them to convert into blockchain-powered software and reduce [total cost of operation] TCO,”.

    At this point in the article, it should also be noted that in order to prepare for the report, Infoholic’s research team took into consideration things like:

    • Deployment of blockchain in the energy utilities market as well as factoring in things like functional components, services, specific applications of blockchain in the power-supply sector etc.
    • Blockchain-related usage figures within North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, the Middle East, and Africa,
    • Revenue generated by the technology in North America, Europe, and Asia Pacific.

    Final Take

    As many of our readers probably already know, blockchain tech has already found a plethora of uses within the energy sector. For starters, earlier this year, one of Spain’s major power company’s ‘Iberdrola’ started making use of a blockchain system to track its renewable energy production and distribution.

    To be even more specific, using its brand-new blockchain framework, the firm was able to monitor renewable energy delivered from “two wind farms and one power station to selected offices that were located in Basque and Cordoba”.

    In addition to this, last month Danish energy firm ‘Energinet’ also released a statement saying that it was all set to deploy IOTA’s Tangle technology to help it distribute its resources much more effectively. Not only that, the folks over at Energinet are now looking to create new solutions that will be based on IoT tech for futuristic products such as electric vehicles.

    Cigna and Sentara Healthcare Join IBM’s Blockchain Health Utility Network To Improve Data Sharing

    At its core, blockchain technology is about strengthening trust in data. This can be especially valuable for businesses, as a blockchain network can …

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    At its core, blockchain technology is about strengthening trust in data. This can be especially valuable for businesses, as a blockchain network can serve as a digital record system that creates new ways to share and secure information. Moreover, the ability to do this in real time, while maintaining permissioned access, data ownership and governance across many disparate parties, is what makes this technology so transformative for a number of industries.

    The power of data is a force driving healthcare transformation in particular. A tremendous amount of information is being collected by various entities, as wearable devices, at-home testing services and telemedicine are becoming more common.

    Furthermore, global healthcare expenditures are expected to continue to rise, as spending is projected to increase at an annual rate of 5.4% between 2017-2022, from $7.724 trillion to $10.059 trillion. Healthcare service providers are now seeking digital innovation to improve financial management, customer care, and interoperability, all while creating better usage of health data.

    For example, IBM has created a new blockchain-based health utility network to convene a broad ecosystem of healthcare organizations in a highly secure, shared environment. The goal is to enable organizations to build, share and deploy blockchain-based solutions that will drive digital transformation.

    “The distinctive attributes of blockchain is enabling collaborations between parties that could not easily take place previously, and with that entirely new business models are emerging,” said Lori Steele, general manager for Healthcare and Life Sciences for IBM. “The byproduct of this is the ability to link organizations in real-time and in ways that can ultimately improve the patient experience.”

    IBM’s health utility network includes Aetna, Anthem, Health Care Service Corporation (HCSC), and PNC Bank. And announced last week at THINK 2019, IBM’s annual conference focused on technology and business, Cigna and Sentara Healthcare have now joined the health utility network.

    Cigna sees enormous potential for blockchain to improve the way we harness insights across the healthcare ecosystem to better serve our customers and communities, said Mark Boxer, executive vice president and chief information officer, Cigna. By working together, and joining the health utility network as a founding member, we have a significant opportunity to create new efficiencies that will lead to improved whole person health and wellness outcomes for our customers and clients.”

    According to IBM, the business model of the healthcare blockchain network is predicated on a commitment to open and inclusive participation. More members expect to be added, including other health organizations, providers, startups and ISVs. All participants will work together to expand use cases that can benefit the entire healthcare industry.

    We came together to create the health utility network realizing the need to improve transparency and interoperability in the industry in order to improve healthcare for all Americans, said Rajeev Ronanki, chief digital officer of Anthem, Inc. Engaging additional members across partner levels and industry perspectives will increase the network’s reach and ability to deliver high value solutions.”

    A Better Way To Share Health Data

    The organizations involved in the health utility network are exploring ways that blockchain technology can be used to address various industry challenges, all of which include data sharing across various parties and networks. This ranges from promoting efficient claims and payment processing to enabling secure and frictionless healthcare information exchanges.

    “It’s clear to us that systems in healthcare are fragmented. This collaboration holds the promise of solving some of the greatest challenges in the healthcare industry today, such as improving transparency and creating interoperability, all within an open and collaborative environment. We are bullish on blockchain,” Boxer of Cigna told me.

    For example, Boxer mentioned the difficulty of putting together a patient’s health and wellness record across the healthcare ecosystem. Blockchain technology, however, can help bring this information together to better service customers.

    Consider when a patient goes to the doctor – there is usually a practitioner that takes a record from their file and hangs it outside the door. Now, chances are that this record consists of lots of different information and sources, and in many cases, this information may not contain everything that is needed. This isn’t a great patience experience. Blockchain, however, will empower the patient and make it easier for doctors to practice medicine, all while removing redundancy.”

    Another one of the several focus areas for the healthcare ecosystem will be new ways to address payments. For example, a lack of trust between payers and providers can impede efforts to move toward alternative payment models. IBM and PNC have begun collaborating on a way to use blockchain to create shared efficiencies, drive adoption of bundled payments as a reimbursement mechanism, and help improve the value of care.

    When we look at the current delivery and reimbursements models and how claim processing happens today, the reconciliation among these is challenging. We want to drive towards elements called ‘value based contracts,’ which provide the ability to have full transparency and visibility across the ecosystem. Blockchain can be the source of truth for how these contracts get executed, allowing near real-time settlements, which will basically automate the entire manual processes that exists today,” said Boxer.

    And while data can easily be shared across permissioned networks, there still remains a high level of trust and security in a blockchain ecosystem, which these organizations recognize.

    “Sentara is dedicated to leveraging Information Technology to continuously improve health every day. Blockchain is poised to help solve some of healthcare’s most crucial data security, and IT interoperability issues as we look to implement new customer-centric healthcare delivery models,” said Mike Reagin, Sentara Healthcare senior vice president and chief information and innovation officer.

    It’s also important to point out that in any event, health data is still owned by the individual and information is only shared based on permission and consent between parties.

    “What blockchain technology will really do is improve how patients manage and control their data. Overall, It will improve the patient’s care and experience, putting them in charge of their own care in ways that can’t be done today,” said Boxer.

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