New Qorvo E-Book Series Explains the Internet of Things

The free book, titled Internet of Things For Dummies, discusses IoT technology, applications and security.
By IOT Journal
Dec 05, 2016

PRESS RELEASE:

Qorvo, a leading provider of innovative RF solutions that connect the world, today launched its latest e-book series, Internet of Things For Dummies. Written in conjunction with publisher John Wiley and Sons, Inc., the series consists of two volumes that are free and available to download on Qorvo's website.

Internet of Things For Dummies and Internet of Things Applications For Dummies will help technical and nontechnical professionals understand the intricacies of the IoT. The content covers the basics of this growing market, the RF challenges behind it and how it's being implemented. Experts from Qorvo's Wireless Connectivity business unit address many of the concerns about IoT technology, including wireless standards, security and successful global deployment. This new e-book is available at qorvo.com/iot-for-dummies.

The IoT is rapidly transitioning from concept to reality. According to industry analyst firm Gartner, Inc., the market for IoT will grow from 6.4 billion connected things in 2016 to 20.8 billion by 2020.

Cees Links, general manager of Qorvo's Wireless Connectivity business unit, said, "With the emergence of IoT in smart home applications, designers and consumers alike are asking many questions about this technology – what it is, how it works and how secure it is. Just as the IoT makes smarter decisions faster, the new Internet of Things For Dummies e-books are a quick way to make us smarter about the IoT."

Volume 1, Internet of Things For Dummies, covers:
• Identifying IoT and smart home market opportunities
• Making sense of different IoT communications standards
• Leveraging small data and self-learning in the cloud

Volume 2, Internet of Things Applications For Dummies, includes:
• Delivering IoT applications with a smart home butler
• Creating consumer lifestyle systems for the smart home
• Developing IoT applications beyond the smart home

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