What kind of server is used by IoT?

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What kind of server is used by IoT?

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Jan 28 in IoT (Internet of Things) by Upasana
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So, IoT does not really need a central server which puts it in a much better place in terms of privacy to have decentralized networks. User data is stored in their private clouds and open protocols are used to confederate it.
answered Jan 28 by Shubham
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