IoT Now Magazine December 2015 edition

iot now magazine cover IoT Now Magazine (ISSN 2397-2807) explores the evolving opportunities and challenges facing CSPs across this sector. Our exclusive interviews pass on some key lessons learned by those who have taken the first steps in next gen Internet of Things (IoT) services.

In this issue:

  • TALKING HEADS: Taoglas’s joint CEO and founder, Ronan Quinlan, on the business of antenna design
  • INTERVIEW: Charles Kreite of Wyless on Parallel Networking for enhanced security
  • EXPERT OPINION: Guy Daniels on how different antennas work with different IoT application cases
  • IOT NOW ANALYST REPORT – IoT SECURITY: In this edition’s independent Analyst Report, Laura DiDio, director enterprise IoT and analytics at Strategy Analytics explores our growing vulnerability in healthcare and automotive
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LPWA Supplement

  • A FOCUS ON LPWA: MultiTech on broadening the spectrum of choice with LPWA
  • INTERVIEW: Stream Technologies evolves IoT-X for LPWA subscription management
  • INTERVIEW: LTE-M, finding clarity on the path ahead
  • OPINION PIECE:LPWA - the 'Things' finally get their own network
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