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A recent TIA whitepaper, co-sponsored by InterDigital and Telit and researched by Machina Research, revealed that IoT is set to make up almost half of IT budgets by 2020. In this video panel, Jim Nolan, Executive Vice President, IoT Solutions, InterDigital; Fred Yentz, CEO of Telit IoT Platforms; and Ken Figuredo, Consultant at More with Mobile; joined TIA Now’s Abe Nejad to discuss this statistic among other findings from this survey.
In this webinar, Kurt Kelley will demonstrate the benefits of embracing the IoT as part of the digital transformation strategy with the potential to produce bottom-line results through additional revenue, increased efficiencies, and new business models.
As IoT finds widespread applicability, organizations will need to carefully evaluate and streamline methods for device identity and authentication.