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IOT: Ireland in prime position

With the Internet of Things sector picking up pace, Philip Moynagh talks to Killian Woods about some of the measures Intel is taking to ensure security platforms keep up with research

Killian Woods

Business reporter

@killianwoods
23rd May, 2015
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Philip Moynagh, vice-president of Internet of Things at Intel and general manager at Quark Solutions Group

‘Up until now, we have talked a lot about, science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM), but increasingly it is becoming apparent that the term should be STEAM, to incorporate arts,” said Philip Moynagh, vice-president of Internet of Things at Intel and general manager at Quark Solutions Group.

There are many factors that have held Ireland back when it comes to this country pushing itself to the forefront of technological revolutions. The PC revolution...

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