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There is an emerging need for a plethora of Internet of Things (IoT) Database Services

Steadily, many analysts and specialists agree on the trend that, there is an emerging need for a plethora of Internet of Things (IoT) Data Base Services including Identity Management, Device Management, Authentication, Authorization, and Accounting (AAA). Many of these database services will require an IoT Data Registry as well as IoT DB Transaction Services, which will be used by Internet of Things (IoT) network providers, enterprise, and governmental organizations. Each of these entities will need to rely upon many Internet of Things (IoT) APIs and a variety of signaling, communications, and database access technologies.

Global Internet of Things (IoT) Database Infrastructure and DB Services Market

For those who are unfamiliar, I have a pleasure to recall that, there is a long history of database infrastructure and services in the telecom and computing industries. Examples of database services include number portability, toll-free calling, calling name, ENUM, and many others. There is an emerging opportunity for Internet of Things (IoT) database infrastructure services to support inter-working and access to IoT related resources, most notably data associated with IoT events gathered from IoT Devices and sensors.

Here is how developers can use the Oracle Cloud Platform

Developers can use the platform to quickly create applications with microservices, APIs, containers, machine learning, mobile backends, and chatbots using modern DevOps processes. With pre-integrated big data and analytics, integration, management and monitoring, mobility and Internet of Things (IoT) capabilities, developers can easily connect these applications to other cloud or on-premises systems and devices to gain new levels of intelligence and customer success.

Benefits associated with the use of deep learning based solutions in medical data

The likely benefits associated with the use of deep learning based solutions in medical data are estimated to be worth multi billion dollars. There are well-known references where deep learning models have accelerated the drug discovery process and provided solutions to precision medicine.
According to Research and Markets, with potential applications in drug re-purposing and preclinical research, deep learning in drug discovery is likely to have great opportunity. In diagnostics, an increase in the speed of diagnosis is likely to have a profound impact in regions with large patient to physician ratios. The implementation of such solutions is anticipated to increase the efficiency of physicians providing a certain amount of relief to the overly-burdened global healthcare system.

Google, Amazon, Facebook, LinkedIn, IBM and Netflix, are using deep learning algorithms

For those who are unfamiliar, companies, such as Google, Amazon, Facebook, LinkedIn, IBM and Netflix, are already using deep learning algorithms to analyze users' activities and make customized suggestions and recommendations based on individual preferences. Today, in many ways, deep learning algorithms have enabled computers to see, read and write. In light of recent advances, the error rate associated with machines being able to analyze and interpret medical images has come down to nearly 6%, which, some research groups claim, is even better than humans.

Deep learning algorithms within medical data

Steadily, it is very interesting to see that, the current landscape and future outlook of the growing market of deep learning solutions within the healthcare domain is on an exceptional curve. In effect, primarily driven by the big data revolution, deep learning algorithms have emerged as a novel solution to generate relevant insights from medical data.

Innovation Accelerators in our digital-driven era

I have a great pleasure to recall that, Innovation Accelerators including Mobility Management, Cloud computing, Big data and analytic, Internet of Things, Cognitive/AI systems, and 3D Printing are radically changing how individual get access to services, how they live their daily life with customized services, how government organizations provide services and how organizations of all sizes and types manage their core activities, tackle problems, address issues and streamline their process.