Are mobile network operators ready to enable the Internet of Things?

MNOs

Download our free white paper featuring a cross industry discussion on whether MNOs are ready to enable the Internet of Things- featuring input from senior level decision makers at Telefonica, Sigfox, Ericsson and Xchanging.

Mobile network operators appear, on the surface, to be one of the key enablers and biggest winners in the Internet of Things.

But, as Thomas Nicholls from Sigfox asserts “It is completely impossible to claim that the existing connectivity solutions will connect fifty billion objects in 2020” – so where will the carriers fit into the future of the Internet of Things?

Gain insight into the senior level discussions on the role mobile network operators will play in enabling the internet of things:

  • Get to grips with the challenges of pricing, global connectivity, data and understanding the end user – Four vital aspects to IoT covered in one paper!
  • Hear from industry disruptors and tech heavyweights on what they think of the MNO business offering and where the future of connectivity lies for IoT
  • Discover from the decision making engines of IoT power players where they see the challenges in enabling the internet of things and where the role of your company lies.
  • Hear from one of the top MNOs for M2M and IoT on what their vision is for connecting 50 billion devices

You can download the whitepaper here: http://www.iot-now.com/wp-content/video/emails/images/brochure.pdf

Written by: Victoria Lloyd

 

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