The IoT Now CEO Guide to Global Connectivity 2021

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Global connectivity is forever changed. In 2020, in spite of the pandemic, IoT connections in the form of connected cars, smart homes and connected industrial equipment to name a few, outstripped non-IoT connections, such as smartphones and laptops, for the first time.

The IoT Now CEO Guide to Connectivity explores what this means for global IoT connectivity and the enterprises and providers who all form a vital part of enabling profitable IoT activity.

In this issue:

  • Talking Heads: Nir Shalom, the chief executive officer of floLIVE, tells George Malim how the data revolution is driving demands to simplify global cellular connectivity for enterprises
  • Global Connectivity Report: IoT connected devices are now more numerous than non-IoT devices. George Malim explores what has taken us to this tipping point and assesses what happens next in global connectivity
  • Case Study: How a world leading IoT enabler took the next step to reach complex and vibrant new markets
  • Connectivity News: The latest deals, partnerships and market information covering global IoT connectivity.

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