Smart City IoT Opportunities with Arm Mbed (Arm@MWC 2018)

| March 22, 2018

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Arm’s Alon Shamir introduces the Arm Smart City demo on the Mbed platform, showing how the Mbed Device Management Platform enables the easy management of street lighting while showing the energy impact on the grid system.

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VimpelCom is one of the world’s largest integrated telecommunications services operators providing voice and data services through a range of traditional and broadband mobile and fixed technologies in Russia, Italy, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Armenia, Georgia, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Algeria, Bangladesh, Pakistan, and Zimbabwe. VimpelCom’s operations around the globe cover territory with a total population of approximately 740 million people. VimpelCom provides services under the "Beeline", "Kyivstar", “WIND”, "Infostrada" “Mobilink”, “Banglalink”, “Telecel”, and “Djezzy” brands. As of 6 August, 2015 VimpelCom had 217 million mobile customers on a combined basis.

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VimpelCom is one of the world’s largest integrated telecommunications services operators providing voice and data services through a range of traditional and broadband mobile and fixed technologies in Russia, Italy, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Armenia, Georgia, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Algeria, Bangladesh, Pakistan, and Zimbabwe. VimpelCom’s operations around the globe cover territory with a total population of approximately 740 million people. VimpelCom provides services under the "Beeline", "Kyivstar", “WIND”, "Infostrada" “Mobilink”, “Banglalink”, “Telecel”, and “Djezzy” brands. As of 6 August, 2015 VimpelCom had 217 million mobile customers on a combined basis.

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