IoT Now Magazine Q2 2018

IoT Now Magazine (ISSN 2397-2793) explores the evolving opportunities and challenges facing service providers 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 Q2 issue:
  • TALKING HEADS: Vodafone IoT chief says automotive and insurance services will lead mega-scale IoT deployment
  • SMART FACTORIES: Annie Turner assesses just how smart factories have become
  • ANALYST REPORT: Tobias Ryberg, a co-founder of Berg Insight, reports on narrowband-IoT (NBIoT) developments and says now is the time to generate business from the technology
  • EUICC SPECIAL REPORT: Stream Technologies’ Mohsen Shakoor and Robert Shah talk to George Malim about their managed end-to-end eUICC connectivity service which eliminates the need to manage multiple contracts and orchestrate underlying systems
 

 

Supplement. IoT Now Guide to Internet of Things World 2018:
  • INTERVIEW: Software AG’s Bernd Gross tells George Malim that rapid implementation, open platforms and security throughout make up the ingredients for IoT success
  • PARTNER SELECTION: Annie Turner seeks out the tips and tricks for picking the right IoT partners
  • EVENT PREVIEW: IoT Now provides its preview of this year’s Internet of Things World conference and exhibition
  • FEATURE: Paul Hughes says in the search for IoT profits there’s much that can be learned from your partners
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