Open Platform & Cloud: Partners in IoT Success

ThingWorx, a PTC Technology

IoT technology platforms and cloud computing are almost universal partners in executing a solution strategy for many enterprises looking to capitalize on the opportunity and tackle the challenges associated with the Internet of Things. Before embarking on the development and execution of an IoT strategy, there are many factors both business and technical decision makers need to consider. Compute services, IoT messaging services, data storage, data management, complex event processing and the user experience are all things to consider when evaluating an IoT technology platform and a cloud computing technology.
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Spotlight

The Internet of Things (IoT) stands to have a tremendous impact on business – and life – as we know it. Gartner estimates that by 2020 the IoT will grow to 26 billion units installed, and IoT product and service suppliers will generate incremental revenue exceeding $300 billion, mostly in services. In the meantime, the cost of adding IoT capability to consumer products will gradually decrease, and connectivity will become ubiquitous. New industries will develop and old ones will disappear altogether or evolve into something entirely new. Society will be transformed as more data becomes available to us as consumers, enabling us to make informed decisions about how we live our daily lives.


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Navigating the Road to Success in IoT with Comtech

Infostretch

Hello, and welcome to today’s web seminar, navigating the road to success in the internet of things, sponsored by Infostretch and featuring speakers Sanil Pillai, director of Infostretch labs and Brian Salisbury, vice president of product management at Comtech Telecommunications. I’m your host and moderator Beth Rominick. Thanks for joining us today. Before I hand it off to the speakers, I’ll explain the controls on this console. The three panels on your screen can be moved around and resized.At the bottom of your console you’ll also see a widget toolbar through the additional resources widget on the right; you can download a pdf of today’s slide. If you experience any technical issues, please send us a note through the question field beneath the panel and we’ll be on hand to help. Our responses can be read in the Q & A panel to the left. This is also how you submit questions.
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Smart Systems and Value-Added Services: Deliver Innovation and New Revenue Streams with IoT

The Internet of Things is changing the way businesses, cities and markets operate. Put simply, smart, connected systems are enabling a new era of value-add services and insights by holistically connecting, managing, and optimizing a complex set of information from sensors, devices, people and traditional software solutions into a “system of systems”.
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Webinar Replay: Are you ready for the Internet of Things era?

ThingWorx, a PTC Technology

As adoption of the Internet of Things (IoT) becomes widespread, companies are looking to take advantage of the new competitive landscape. However, they are also quickly realizing they do not have the necessary skills in-house to deploy IoT initiatives. As a result, we are seeing many businesses turn to universities to get younger talent with expertise in IoT-related skills.
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Insights - The roadmap of options: Monetizing and Managing IoE

Huawei Technologies

Connected devices and applications show great promise, but must be managed as part of a greater whole if organizations are to achieve cost effective, high quality delivery of the services they enable. This new survey and report explores the management requirements for these capabilities, with a key focus on monetization, experience management, and critical success factors for an IoE service strategy.
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Spotlight

The Internet of Things (IoT) stands to have a tremendous impact on business – and life – as we know it. Gartner estimates that by 2020 the IoT will grow to 26 billion units installed, and IoT product and service suppliers will generate incremental revenue exceeding $300 billion, mostly in services. In the meantime, the cost of adding IoT capability to consumer products will gradually decrease, and connectivity will become ubiquitous. New industries will develop and old ones will disappear altogether or evolve into something entirely new. Society will be transformed as more data becomes available to us as consumers, enabling us to make informed decisions about how we live our daily lives.

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