Creating magic at the intersection of Mobile, Cloud, IOT and User Experience

Mobile, Social, IOT, Cloud- these are all technologies that are revolutionizing the way digital is impacting our lifes. While extremely powerful in their own ways, real...
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The SIM card has, traditionally, been owned by the MNO/MVNO. If you want to switch the carrier, you have to switch the SIM, too. But that’s changing. The arrival of embedded SIMs, or eSIMs, which can operate globally, support multiple subscriptions, and can be remotely programmed for new subscriptions, takes SIM ownership from the MNO/MVNO and gives it to the device user. The benefit to smartphones is clear – it’s easier to initiate and manage subscriptions but what about in the Internet of Things (IoT)? There are some compelling use cases, but early adopters can expect some extra work, since the eSIM ecosystem is still very young.


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Connecting a new world of value through IoT

Dell EMC

he Internet of Things (IoT) is about creating new experiences by connecting physical things to the digital world, it is a vital cog in the successful engine of the Fourth Industrial Revolution and the era of digitisation. The endless new opportunities, better operational efficiency, and new service revenue streams, are just some of the benefits that are emerging from this new digital world. Gartner predicts that by 2020, more than 65% of enterprises will adopt IoT. Join the discussion with Paul Potgieter, Dimension Data General Manager, and Dany Shapiro, Dell EMC Principal Software Architect, on how IoT is able to transform customer experiences and create successful business outcomes.
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High-Tech Tuesday Webinar: Enabling Future Smart Workspaces With IoT

IoT will impact device providers, enabling the smart workspace and future business settings. Be prepared for evolution in connectivity standards in the next few years, and focus your solutions on improving the effectiveness of.
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Smart Water Metering and the Internet of Things (IoT): Case study of the Gex Community in France

Engerati

A case study into the work SigFox have conducted within the Gex Community in France including an updated on 30,000 smart water meters deployed within the area. Laurent Moesle provides an insight into the day-to-day challenges when implementing a smart water metering project as well as the disruptive technology approach used by SigFox; specifically the successful components used in SigFox’s ‘Internet of Things’ approach. Improving customer service and network performance without increased water prices is at the heart of this approach, with the initial results and benefits of the project focusing on connecting any type of device and equipment.
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IoT Insights: The IoT and Smart Transportation

Dell

In this 10 minute overview, learn how the industrial IoT is disrupting the transportation industry, what this means for your business, and how our transportation customers are successfully leveraging the IIoT to gain a competitive edge.
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Spotlight

The SIM card has, traditionally, been owned by the MNO/MVNO. If you want to switch the carrier, you have to switch the SIM, too. But that’s changing. The arrival of embedded SIMs, or eSIMs, which can operate globally, support multiple subscriptions, and can be remotely programmed for new subscriptions, takes SIM ownership from the MNO/MVNO and gives it to the device user. The benefit to smartphones is clear – it’s easier to initiate and manage subscriptions but what about in the Internet of Things (IoT)? There are some compelling use cases, but early adopters can expect some extra work, since the eSIM ecosystem is still very young.

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