Discussion in 'Niche Domain Discussion' started by Magicpig2, Jan 31, 2014.
fog is still not the new cloud
hopefully it will pick up in the next few years..
You win some you lose some
Have to agree although it's surprising there's not been even one reported sale yet. Still, not dropping mine for the foreseeable future. Just in case
I'm not dropping mine either there's a lot more buzz now then a year ago I'm always checking the latest developments. Fog computing looks like it will take off. I just hope the domains will along with it.
Fog computing and the OpenFog Consortium
Fog computing is a system-level horizontal architecture that distributes resources and services of compute, storage, control and networking anywhere along the continuum from the cloud to the things.
This new capability will fill the technology gaps to meet the new requirements of the emerging IoT applications, many which may not have been possible with a cloud-only environment. This can then help a broader range of industries and consumer sectors increase their abilities to support IoT and other emerging applications, which can include anything from existing and future performance-critical, mission-critical and life-critical applications.
Reason I decided to grab this is because I got an interesting inbound query on the same name without "the". Offer requested.
I'm keeping all mine brethren! Hold on to the rope.
I am keeping 90% of my fog names too...but I am getting impatient...come on fog, let's see some sales
Edge computing is the next multibillion-dollar tech market
The roles of cloud computing and fog computing in the Internet of Things revolution
Fog computing is more than just a clever name. Also known as edge computing, provides a way to gather and process data at local computing devices instead of in the cloud or at a remote data center....
I only have 2 fog domains: FogInternet.com and FogComputer.com
Should I renew them or not? Idk how much potential Fog has
Fog or Edge?
I'd say both
There is a nice article here:
Why Fog Computing will be the next big thing
Being in a fog used to be a bad thing. Not anymore. Now “fog” (as in fog computing) just might be the best path toward bringing the Internet of Things (IoT) – and the networking, computing, and data associated with IoT – to the level of efficiency that will make it pervasive.
I have pervasive/cloud and pervasive/grid, looks like a popular technology going forwards.
Got a high $X,XXX offer last week on one of my FOG domains. Pretty confident 2017 will mean a breakthrough for this niche!
Fog Computing Now Perfectly Timely for IoT
Seeming as the lead is dead I may aswell expand on this. The inquiry originated from a Cisco office IP and someone who works there. Requested an offer, no response. Set a BIN price with mid $xxxx the mail was opened once and never looked at again.
Just another junk lead at Uniregistry by the looks of it by someone who happened to be at Cisco. Shame as it looked so promising on the surface. On a side note I'm going to move away from Unireg landers, too much crap gets through and lead quality is abysmal, all that time spent dealing with crap leads, I'll never get it back!
FogForecast.com is available
I found another I think is nice (because I like to look even though I promised myself I wouldn't reg much anymore), but I'm not sure..
FogComputer.com & FogInternet.com. I hope this is worth it...
New in portfolio:
Sorry for OT, if someone want those pm me:
FogHostings.com + FogCloudHosting.com BIN $50 for both, a good deal
Why fog computing will power IoT in 2017
‘Crowd Control’ Takes Many Forms to Secure Fog Computing and IoT
Separate names with a comma.