New decade in IoT calls for a deeper level of control of IoT devices

In 2020, enterprises are looking for a deeper level of control of their IoT devices.

Raj Kanaya, Managing Director of Automotive and Chief Marketing Officer at Aeris and CEO of Aeris Japan, speaks to IoT Now at CES 2020 about their new purpose-built network for IoT devices which could be game-changer for enterprises who want greater flexibility, choice and control over their IoT deployments.

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