IoT Now Magazine September-October 2017

IoT Now Magazine (ISSN 2397-2793) explores the evolving opportunities and challenges facing CSPs across this sector. Our exclusive interviews pass on the key lessons learned by industry leaders in next gen Machine-to-Machine (M2M) and Internet of Things (IoT) services.

In September-October issue:

  • TALKING HEADS: Telit’s Yosi Fait explains why in-depth understanding of IoT is vital for megavolume IoT roll-outs.
  • LPWA: George Malim assesses the competing technologies and finds simple solutions are creating complex choices.
  • IoT NOW INSIGHT REPORT – SMART ENERGY: In the latest of an ongoing series of specially-commissioned, independent, analyst-written Insight Reports, Yiru Zhong, the principal analyst for IoT, Cybersecurity & Smart Energy at Beecham Research, assesses how IoT technologies are supporting transformation in the power and utilities sectors.
  • INTERVIEW: Robin Duke-Woolley talks to Wireless Logic Group’s Oliver Tucker about the company’s ownership-like connectivity offerings.

    INNOVATION SUPPLEMENT 2017:

  • INTERVIEW: Richard Stamvik, who manages ecosystem and partnerships at MultiTech, discusses why one size can’t fill all applications and security and connectivity choices are needed to enable business case flexibility. 
  • EVENT PREVIEW: As industry executives head to the IoT Solutions World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, we feature a keynote speaker interview and present information on some of the testbeds at the show.
   
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