2020 and Beyond: What’s Next for IoT?

Beyond eUICC: Delivering Global IoT Success

According to experts, there should have been more than 50 billion IoT devices by 2020. However today we are only at around 9 billion, and that includes home connected and mobile devices. So why is IoT failing and what does the future hold?

Join our leading panel of experts from Eseye and IoT Analytics who will discuss why IoT has yet to reach it’s potential, and how emerging IoT capabilities supported by a new breed of partnerships is set to change the face of IoT in the future.

Join us to learn the predictions for 2020 and beyond:

  • New, interactive customer experiences will be enabled by IoT
  • Hardware will eat software in IoT
  • Mobile network roaming will fall out of favour
  • Bundled silicon is on the rise
  • Why IoT needs a global ‘federated’ virtual mobile network


Duration: 60 min.



Nick Earle

Nick Earle

Nick has over 30 years leadership experience spanning large corporations and dynamic start-ups. Previously, Nick led organisations and cross-company transformation programs for two $50B global corporations; Cisco where he ran the Cloud and Managed Services business as well as their Worldwide Field Services function, and Hewlett Packard where he ran the global Enterprise Marketing function and the internet transformation strategy.

Saverio Romeo
Strategic Adviser
IoT Analytics

Saverio is IoT Analytics’ strategic adviser. His expertise revolves around entrepreneurship in IoT and emerging technology, the impact of blockchain on innovation and more.


Jeremy Cowan
Editorial Director & Publisher
IoT Now & VanillaPlus

Jeremy Cowan is Editorial Director of the publishing group that has specialised in IT, Hi-Tech and Communications for 19 years. The group includes the international titles, www.IoT-Now.com, www.IoTGlobalNetwork.com, which focus on the Internet of Things and its impact on businesses and consumers, as well as www.VanillaPlus.com, the leading business information resource for Communication Service Providers and Network Operators worldwide.