Kerry Shih, is a serial product creator and have built 5 technology companies to date. Kerry’s wins and losses have taught him how to find what the market will care about in the context of a solution and not the other way around. Kerry’s product interests tend to be in Enterprise and IoT. Kerry has had a blast working with the ever impressive talent in Southern California and Los Angeles is where he calls home. History: SyncVoice, Servera, RiverBox, TrustedSky, Ripl Networks.View the profile
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Servers drove Cloud Computing, mobility drove Edge Computing and now IoT will drive Tiny-Edge Computing. Tiny, battery powered, wireless computers integrating a host of cameras and sensors are answering some of the most interesting business process problems. Discussion will include real-world Tiny-Edge use cases for the DoD, smart cities and the Enterprise. Also being covered are which technologies are playing a key role and what CIOs think of assimilating potentially thousands of mini computers all in one project. Kerry Shih, Founder of Ripl Networks is both a fan and a leading expert in the Tiny-Edge and promises some real world insight on where it’s at and where it’s going.
01:10 Tiny-Edge computing
03:03 Tiny ML
04:52 Tiny-Edge computing use cases
08:25 The role of IP
10:39 Business intelligence
So thanks for joining me. We're going to be talking about tiny Edge Computing and we're going to be by the end of this 10-minute presentation will have talked about what time yet considering. How is it being used why you should care what some of the challenges and opportunities are. I'm the CEO of Ripple networks and very happy to be here. So Kevin Grant asked me that I told me I should start the presentation by saying one of my most known for and if I'm being honest and you can see my webcam. It's probably my hair at least that's what my friends tell me and unfortunately my
Offspring inherit it too. So it looks like the Journey of it is it's not ending with us with me. So I think to frame Inc in my opinion, it's best to look at it as like a wave of computing. So if server capacity drove cloud computing and Amazon and I made a lot Money on that and then you got the mobility are driving Edge Computing. I think that tiniest Computing is going to be driven by RT. And IDC has all of iot devices that 41 billion dollar boy 1 billion units Racine numbers like this. I believe a lot of its going to be tiny Edge which word defining as battery-powered AI capable
usually connected with sensors and cameras and they certainly talk wirelessly. If you guys haven't seen a tiny Edge computer, I have one. Oh wait. This isn't this isn't one tiny Edge computer. Sorry. This is actually 500 tiny Edge Computers if you want to see what one looks like. I'll try to not drop this thing. This is a $1 a I capable computer with a wireless radio on it. It's mind-boggling. What can't you accomplish in IRT when you're talking about that cost the ability to
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