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Google intends to be the center of the “internet of things” with Brillo.

Search firm has designs on fully connected houses following its acquisition of smart-device company Nest and wants to be bigger than just Android, expects 50 million connected devices by 2020.

This week, the UK's Telegraph reported from Googles conference in NY Google Brillo is designed to run on and connect multiple low-power devices, connecting anything from a washing machine to a rubbish bin and linking in with existing Google technologies.

You can read the whole  story by Samuel Gibbs and Sam Thielman here.

Zarex comment:

"Zarex firmly believe that all businesses must leveraging technology far more than they currently do  in order not just to keep up with their competition - but to stay relevant and avoid being the next Kodak or Nokia".

In a world where operating systems and connectivity is already available in every day items such as lightbulbs, catflaps, watches and even clothing the traditional relationships between shops, resellers and their customers is threatened. On registering their purchase online the customer will immediately have a direct relationship with the manufacturer via the item, related app and website.

Get in touch to learn more and discuss how you can innovate to stay relevant and get ahead!

Posted by Simon Fortescue

Simon is passionate about helping businesses leverage technology to outstrip industry growth norms.

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Press Release for new Internet of Things Platform development

Locally owned Digital Marketing and Development Agency Zarex Limited announced today that it is investing in the development of a local platform to power one of the worlds FASTEST GROWING TECHNOLOGY SEGMENTS - the INTERNET OF THINGS.

The Internet of Things (IoT) is widely expected to be one of the largest sectors of the global economy. In June 2015 McKinsey predicted the value of the market could reach as much as *$11 Trillion per year in 2025*, a significant portion of the total global economy.

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