In this new Quickfire Interview, Jeremy Cowan, editorial director of IoT Now talks to Frank Stoecker, CEO of IoT connectivity enabler EMnify, about the challenges enterprises face when deploying connected solutions across multiple countries and regions.
In this brand-new podcast, Rami Avidan, the senior vice-president of IoT at Deutsche Telekom, speaks to Jeremy Cowan, editorial director of IoT Now, about three valuable strategies for IoT business success, how we are a long way from plug and play security and could the next step for IoT value creation be the flexible exchange of data?
IoT Now Quickfire Video with Guillaume Lavernhe – Senior Product Manager, IPX & Security and Luc Vidal – Head of IoT & MVNE Solutions at BICS.
Global providers of testing, assurance, analytics, and security solutions, Spirent and National Instruments the leaders in automated test and measurement systems, describe how their partnership is a breakthrough approach to 5G device performance testing.
Ayla Networks, the leading provider of edge connectivity, device management and application enablement for the IoT, speaks to IoTNow about the key trends and challenges facing service providers, what they’re doing as an IoT solutions company to address consumer and commercial needs and their recent success in digital transformation case studies. Russ Keveryn VP of Strategic Sales and [...]
Interview with Charles Towers-Clark who is not only CEO of Pod Group, he’s the author of ‘The W.E.I.R.D. CEO’.
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Location data is necessary in a wide range of industries. But is the value of location data for innovation, operations, compliance, security, and profitability fully understood?
People talk about smart cities. But interconnected services are not just for Cities are they? How do we ensure a joined up approach, that avoids siloed services for parking or waste management?
In these days of Artificial Intelligence (AI), Analytics, Augmented Reality (AR), Digital Twins, Edge Processing, Hybrid Clouds, and so on — all of which are part of the IoT conversation — many companies, including OEMs that manufacture machines and other high value assets, have yet to offer connected versions of their products.
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