You’ve never heard of the Internet before, but it’s already the lifeblood of commerce, technology and commerce!
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By now you’ve heard of a number of new services that allow you to use your phone to make payments online, or use your computer to order goods online.
There’s also a whole new type of business that’s building the Internet of Things.
The Internet of Business (IoB) is a new, open-source platform that lets companies and organizations build the backbone of an online business and provide their own cloud computing services to make their products and services accessible to consumers.
IoT has the potential to dramatically change the way we interact with each other and the way commerce and commerce-as-a-service (CaaS) work.
The Internet of Commerce (IOC) platform is currently used by a handful of companies, including the Washington Post, the World Health Organization, The Coca-Cola Company, and the World Bank, but the IoB platform has a long history.
Its earliest incarnation was built by a consortium of business leaders called the “Big Four” in 2005.
The consortium agreed to share its intellectual property in the project with the U.S. Government, and in 2008 the IoBs founding partners, the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI), and the National Science Foundation, which jointly funded the project, were awarded the rights to the platform.
Since then, it’s been used by companies including Uber, Etsy, Etsy Marketplace, the eBay Marketplace, Etsy’s parent company, and many others.
And it’s grown rapidly.
“We have more than 1.5 billion transactions processed in the IoA ecosystem every day, and it is expected to reach 4.4 billion transactions by 2019,” said Scott B. O’Donnell, chief operating officer of the IoBB, at the IoCBI’s annual conference in March.
The IoB has also become an increasingly popular choice for large-scale data centers and large-capacity datacenters that rely on the Io platform for their core business.
For the past three years, IoB has seen a boom in adoption.
The growth of the IoT ecosystem has been phenomenal, said Ryan Stacey, president and chief executive of the IT Business at IDC.
“This has accelerated in the last year, with an estimated $7 billion in transactions and nearly $2.5 trillion in revenue from companies using IoB to offer their services.”
The IoB is an entirely new type that will allow businesses and organizations to build and run their own IoT infrastructure.
The company’s CEO, Scott O’Connell, said that his team believes that IoT will change the world by democratizing commerce, increasing economic efficiency, and making businesses more flexible.
In fact, he said, it will have the potential “to transform commerce as we know it.”
There’s a lot of hype surrounding IoT, said David R. Strain, chief information officer at the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation.
But, as he told the audience at the event, the hype is overblown.
“What we are witnessing is a real transformation in the way businesses are able to connect to each other, how data is shared, how commerce works, and how information is used.
IoT is the future,” Strain said.
“The IoCBA is excited to be a part of this exciting and exciting journey,” said Jeff D. Hoch, the IoSVP and chief information architect at the IEEE.
“We are excited to build upon our successful IoB-backed collaboration with the IoBOF to create a world-class platform for connecting and connecting IoT and its many connected applications.”
The IoBB is also working to get IoT incorporated into many existing industries.
According to its website, the company’s IoB team is working on a “mobile IoT platform” for enterprise applications, and a “mobility IoT platform.”
These projects are part of an effort to make IoT “a standard across the IoT spectrum.”
For example, the new IoT platform will allow organizations to easily create a web-based app that allows for a seamless integration of IoT devices into their organizations’ websites and applications.
And that’s just the beginning.
to the IoTBS website, IoB’s mission is to “transform the Internet” by connecting businesses and enterprises to the “world’s largest Internet of Information, Data, and Business.”
One of the first IoT applications built on IoB, which has already been used in many large-market organizations, is the Marketplace.
The Marketplace allows businesses to offer services to their customers in an easy and efficient way, with the goal of “enhancing customer service, reducing costs, and providing value to our customers.”
In its official announcement of the Marketplace, IoBB said that the Marketplace will allow companies to “enable consumers to make online purchases without entering credit card numbers or passwords, as well as secure online transactions, while offering seamless, frictionless online shopping.”
The Marketplace, as it’s being called, is just the first of
By now you’ve heard of a number of new services that allow you to use your phone to make payments…