Category Archives: IoT explained

Low latency in IoT – why is it important?

A slow website is bad news, right? Not only can it be incredibly irritating, it actually has a huge impact on the user experience. The same thing is applied in many Internet of Things (IoT) devices – a market that is rapidly growing week by week. This means that is now more important than ever […]

AWS Secure Tunneling vs Azure Device Stream vs Nabto IoT Platform

Image of a person holding a phone that uses secure tunneling to collect data from iot devices

In recent months both Amazon and Microsoft have launched new IoT solutions to create more secure tunneling between the end-user and the IoT device. The two solutions, the AWS IoT Device Management and the Azure IoT Device Stream have a lot in common, but compared to the Nabto IoT platform they still lack some important […]

Avoid the chaos of GDPR in the realm of IoT

Interpretation of GDPR in IoT devices - Man holding Ipad

Faced with stricter regulations on data processing under the EU’s GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) and a growing demand for IoT-functionality within the field of consumer devices, companies now have an important decision to make when it comes to choosing the correct IoT platform. In this blog post, we’ll boil it down to just one […]

IoT trends to look out for in 2019

Hand shows the numbers 2019 emerging from the network connections.

The Internet of Things (IoT) is growing at an exponential rate and being embraced by companies in every sector. Increasingly, IoT technology is providing practical solutions and operational enhancements in both industry and commerce. Gartner predicts that the amount of IoT connected devices will jump from 8 to 20 billion between 2018 and 2020. Here […]

P2P IoT vs. Database-driven IoT – which one to choose?

Image of App access to iot devices

Database-driven IoT is when data from the IoT device travels to a centralized server that stores and process the data in a cloud database, as you can see in the illustration above. A use-case could be the current temperature from a thermostat. In this use-case, the thermostat measures the temperature via a sensor and sends […]