Publish/subscribe-enabled software defined networking for efficient and scalable IoT communications

  title={Publish/subscribe-enabled software defined networking for efficient and scalable IoT communications},
  author={Akram Hakiri and Pascal Berthou and Aniruddha S. Gokhale and Slim Abdellatif},
  journal={IEEE Communications Magazine},
The Internet of Things (IoT) is the result of many different enabling technologies such as embedded systems, wireless sensor networks, cloud computing, big-data, etc., which are used to gather, process, infer, and transmit data. Combining all these technologies requires a research effort to address all the challenges of these technologies, especially for sensing and delivering information from the physical world to cloud-hosted services. In this article we outline the most important issues… CONTINUE READING
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