Monetising the IoT: Finding the Right Monetisation Model

Flexera

You already know the IoT represents a huge opportunity. But do you fully understand how to make money as your device business becomes more of a digital business? There are opportunities from the edge to the cloud, in connected and disconnected devices – if you know where to look.Join Flexera to learn more about the pros and cons of various IoT monetisation models, including perpetual, subscription and pay-per-use. Discover which one is best for your solution. You’ll also learn you can leverage usage data and insights to take your business to the next level and monetise more effectively.
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Spotlight

Most enterprises are still trying to figure out what IoT is, but this year the rubber will hit the road, according to Machina Research. This means more commercial deployments of enterprise IoT, of which wireless M2M is an integral part.Early-adopter Australian businesses are already achieving significant cost, revenue and productivity benefits from enterprise IoT, but the majority are either unaware, or slower to invest2.Not sure what the difference is between M2M & IoT? In this video we explain the difference between the two and where NetComm Wireless sits in the ecosystem.


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NISO Webinar: Internet of Things

NISO

As the cost of sensors and the connectivity necessary to support those sensors has decreased, this has given rise to a network of interconnected devices. This network is often described as the Internet of Things and it is providing a variety of information management challenges. For the library and publishing communities, the internet of things presents opportunities and challenges around data gathering, organization and processing of the tremendous amounts of data which the internet of things is generating. How will these data be incorporated into traditional publication, archiving and resource management systems? Additionally, how will the internet of things impact resource management within our community? In what ways will interconnected resources provide a better user experience for patrons and readers? This session will introduce concepts and potential implications of the internet of things on the information management community. It will also explore applications related to managing resources in a library environment that are being developed and implemented.
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Virtualization – A Critical Capability for Service Provider Success in IoT, 5G & Beyond

Wind River

The Internet of Things (IoT) is a huge opportunity for communications service providers, simply because of the sheer scale of investment it will attract and the business impact it will have globally. This webinar will explore the critical factors and obstacles that communications service providers need to be aware of as they consider the development of their network architecture to address the market and meet the expectations of customers. Steve Bell, Heavy Reading's senior IoT analyst, will talk about the landscape and some of the strategies that mobile operators have adopted to address the market. He will also talk about how embracing software-centric and cloud-hosted core networks will better position operators to match infrastructure to increasingly diverse services at a relatively low incremental cost. This approach also enables early-stage implementation of LTE network slicing, which will be a key enabler of IoT and is a core component of the 5G vision since it enables "the many services on one network" concept.
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IoT - Opportunities for Carriers and Vendors

RCR Wireless

The Internet of Things is bringing new players into the wireless ecosystem and creating new opportunities for carriers. While mobile operators see opportunities in asset tracking, mobile health monitoring and industrial IoT, vendors are focusing on the low power, short range connectivity solutions that will be needed to keep billions of things connected. LTE-M, or LTE for machines, represents an opportunity for the base station vendors, and small cell vendors also see promise in IoT. Infrastructure service providers are looking at the possibility that carriers, or new competitors like Sigfox, will deploy new sites to support the ISM band. Telecom software specialists and network architects are focusing on the massive increase in signaling traffic that will result from connecting billions of new devices to wireless IP networks.
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Telecom IoT ecosystem success fundamentals

Iot-Analytics

Are you ready for industry digitalization and massive IoT opportunities? Join this webinar to learn how Ericsson’s IoT Accelerator Marketplace can give you the fundamentals needed for IoT ecosystem success. Listen to our leading experts as they take you through the following key topics. There’s always a lot to take in at Mobile World Congress, that’s why we will recap our innovations of IoT use cases, from VoLTE over Cat-M to a number of IoT solutions for industry, agriculture, public safety and transport.
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Spotlight

Most enterprises are still trying to figure out what IoT is, but this year the rubber will hit the road, according to Machina Research. This means more commercial deployments of enterprise IoT, of which wireless M2M is an integral part.Early-adopter Australian businesses are already achieving significant cost, revenue and productivity benefits from enterprise IoT, but the majority are either unaware, or slower to invest2.Not sure what the difference is between M2M & IoT? In this video we explain the difference between the two and where NetComm Wireless sits in the ecosystem.

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