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MordyK
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MordyK,
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2/24/2015 | 4:18:45 PM
Re: Why not include the network?
One can argue that the network is both either a commodity, or going deeper into the network is a morass of standards. Either way they're trying to remove the burden from the model and add it on or work on it later, as the use cases and models mature.

It's not the worst idea as the connectivty is not a limited capability that require real attention early on.
jasonmeyers
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jasonmeyers,
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2/24/2015 | 9:51:40 AM
Why not include the network?
It strikes me as a missed opportunity to not include Comcast's network as part of this IoT development effort. If the point is to attract the next wave of innovative application developers to create applications, why not give them a high-speed network connection and even datacenter resources to use as part of their experimentation? The fact that Comcast is not worried about what network these services are riding on just seems to further commodotize the role of the network. 


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