Why Internet of Things (IoT)?

How it all started?

The Internet of Things (IoT) has become a buzzword over the past few years, revolutionizing the way we interact with objects in our everyday lives. But, where did the concept of IoT come from? The idea can be traced back to the end of the previous millennium, where Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) played a pivotal role in the development of IoT. The term “Internet of Things” was first coined by Kevin Ashton in an RFID context, where RFID tags were used to track items in operations like supply chain management and logistics.

The term “Internet of Things” was coined by Kevin Ashton in an RFID context. At the time, Ashton was a marketer at P&G, and he was seeking a solution to a problem he had seen many times before: empty shelves for a specific product. When shelves are empty, it can be a major problem for logistics and the supply chain. Ashton saw the solution in RFID tags, which could be used to track inventory and prevent these types of problems from occurring. However, the cost of RFID tags at the time was still far too high to put them on each product.

Why Internet of Things (IoT)?

At IMAJI, we are constantly seeking new and innovative ways to leverage the power of IoT technology. That’s why we have focused our attention on the data center industry, where we are taking our BMS solution to an entirely new level.

By incorporating IoT into our BMS solution, we are able to offer a more robust and comprehensive approach to managing and optimizing data center operations. With real-time data monitoring and analysis, we are able to identify and address potential issues before they become major problems. This means that our clients can rest assured that their critical infrastructure is running at peak performance at all times.

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But the benefits of IoT in the data center industry extend far beyond simply optimizing operations. By leveraging IoT technology, we are also able to improve energy efficiency and reduce costs, making it a win-win for both our clients and the environment.

We are proud to be at the forefront of this exciting and rapidly evolving field. By continuing to explore and harness the potential of IoT technology, we are confident that we can deliver even greater value and benefits to our clients in the data center industry and beyond.

In conclusion, the practical uses of IoT in the data center industry are many and varied. From improving efficiency and reducing costs to enhancing security and enabling better decision-making, IoT has the potential to revolutionize the way data centers operate. As the industry continues to grow and evolve, it is clear that IoT will play an increasingly important role in the future of data center operations.

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