Defining Distribution in the Internet of Things: Where is the real value?

The US market has dozens of distributors that transact billions of dollars of revenue each day, but the solutions being built for IoT cannot simply "get in line" with the rest of the products they sell. These solutions have numerous technology component and service considerations.  Distribution can be simply defined as storage, transport, and financing of goods and/or services. However, in the fast-paced arena of IoT, the value-add is what fuels the growth. GetWireless is joined by three top tier IoT providers to discuss distribution, challenges and channel strategies.
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Mitigating IoT Security Vulnerabilities with MQTT

IoT deployments carry inherent risks like undeterred access to devices, poor connectivity and a very large threat surface. With ever-increasing incidents of intrusion, denial of service, spoofing attacks, etc., businesses must take a strategic view of IoT security. IoT developers and Solutions Architects know that a solid security architecture for IoT will require encryption, authentication, and authorization to run at scale. However, today, IoT security needs a different paradigm than IT security – here is where MQTT comes in to help in mitigating IoT security vulnerabilities.
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Mastering IoT Connectivity with JT:eSIM with IDEMIA

In this webinar session our Head of IoT Sales Graham Hart-Ives was joined by JT's Senior IoT Product Manager David Lindblad and IDEMIA's Head of Product Management – IoT M2M eUICC Tomasz Wozniak to talk about eSIM.
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How the Internet of Things in Manufacturing Can Boost Asset Performance — and Returns

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In manufacturing, four factors — speed, agility, quality, and reliability — typically decide winners from losers. But most of today’s plants are missing the secret to improving these areas: data. In fact, only a fraction of all data generated in manufacturing plants ever gets analyzed for insights, with little of that in real time. The industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) can change all that, while helping plant operators boost asset performance and returns.
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Designing Hyper-Aware Healthcare Facilities with Aruba ESP and IoT Partners

Hospitals, labs, and clinics need to control costs, boost labor productivity, enhance infection management, and improve staff and patient experiences. AI-powered Aruba ESP offers connectivity, security, and SD-WAN solutions that provide the foundation to achieve these goals: real-time awareness about site activity, location of human and physical assets, inventory, and machine status.
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