|Two of Morgan Kaufmann’s newest authors are growing increasingly more excited about all the buzz their book is getting, and for good reason! Jean-Philippe Vasseur and Adam Dunkels really appreciate all the positive feedback Amazon readers have had so far. Their book, Interconnecting Smart Objects with IP: The Next Internet, published in June and has already received 5 5-star and 1 4-star review on amzon.com.
James Mcritchie, Publisher of CorpGov.Net called the book “Today’s Version of Martin Waldseemüller’s 1507 Map of the New World” in this review:
“Just as Waldseemüller’s 1507 map of the New World set in motion the naming of America, Vasseur and Dunkels help today’s engineers, computer scientists and students explore the world of tomorrow. The new IPv6 protocol for access to the Internet of things, like our washing machines, provides for 340 trillion trillion trillion addresses. No, I didn’t write the word “trillion” by mistake three times.
The book should and, more importantly, CAN be read by technicians and policy makers alike… being as readable as it is.”
Another reviewer said:
“This guidebook provides an excellent overview and a fair amount of architectural detail of the underlying IPv6 Technologies that will make Ubiquitous Computing and the “Internet of Things” possible. With an approbation by Vint Cerf the TCP/IP and Internet Pioneer it introduces a mature technical discussion of the technologies that will make Internetworked Intelligent Objects a reality. It provides a good balance between technical architecture and a review of the issues that this technology will introduce in public policy. A variety of applications for this IPv6 Internet of Things is given including Smart Grid, Metering, and Smart Building Technologies.”
All of the Amazon.com reviews are available here
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