Panel: IoT Empowering Digital Transformation with Cloud Security

Palo Alto Networks

To catalyse digital transformation, business and IT leaders are embracing the Internet of Things (IoT). The IoT is empowering businesses and consumers to connect to the Cloud, applications, and services. Most importantly - to handle the deluge of data they collect, consume, and analyse. In this context, the role of Cloud security and actionable intelligence is highly significant.
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Spotlight

Monitoring planet Earth is a rapidly growing industry. The data produced about Earth is referred to as geodata” and can come from a variety of sources. These include, for example: 1. satellite and aerial imagery 2. elevation data 3. data on moving objects 4. tracking info 5. field indexes Often, such geodata is produced and distributed among satellite companies and state agencies. It can be expensive, and without specialized software, it is rarely accessible to other industry sectors or the broader public. In addition to satellites and drones, geodata is being generated by every owner of a cell phone and by a myriad of other connected devices. However, this data mainly belongs to, and is utilized by corporations


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NarrowBand IoT - Taking the next step: February 2017

Deutsche Telekom IoT/M2M

Deutsche Telekom is one of the world’s leading integrated telecommunications companies with around 151 million mobile customers, 30 million fixed-network lines and more than 17 million broadband lines (as of December 31, 2014). The Group provides fixed network, mobile communications, Internet and IPTV.
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Carestream Health: Achieving Success with IoT Services

ThingWorx, a PTC Technology

Increasingly, companies must transform themselves to enable the innovation necessary to offer value added services instead of just products to their customers. Are you able to leverage data to enable the remodel of your business and transform your organization from one that designs and delivers discrete products and services to an organization that becomes a consultative solutions provider? Are your customers looking to you to help them revamp their businesses? In this webinar, David G. Sherburne, Director of Smart Link development for Carestream Health, will describe the business model that was created to help revolutionize the way Carestream looks at the service business and describe the transformation that is occurring to deliver more innovative services to the customer base.
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Forecasting 2018: An insider’s look to the future of IoT

Aeris Communications

With IoT still experiencing growing pains, predicting its future can be guesswork at best. Join us for this January 16 webinar where IoT subject matter experts peer into the crystal ball and expand on some of their IoT visions for the near future. Moderated by Christina Richards, VP, Global Marketing, Aeris, this webinar will present viewpoints, discuss upcoming IoT directions, innovations, and challenges, and enable audience participation via a Q&A session. All is possible at this future-leaning webinar. Here are a few tidbits.
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How can the 3GPP studies of 5G NR in unlicensed spectrum expand 5G to new areas, such as private IOT networks?

Qualcomm

3GPP recently began a new study of 5G New Radio (NR) operating in unlicensed spectrum. Access to shared and unlicensed spectrum will extend 5G into a wider range of deployments and create opportunity for innovation; it will enhance mobile broadband deployments anchored in licensed spectrum by aggregating spectrum for extreme bandwidths (similar to LTE-U and Licensed-Assisted Access), but also expand to new types of deployments such as enhanced local broadband and private networks similar to MulteFire. The area of private networks is garnishing a lot of interest from the industrial sector, which is interested in industrial IOT to enhance productivity. Join this webinar to learn more about our vision for 5G NR spectrum sharing as well as looking closer how it can be used in private networks for industrial IOT.
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Spotlight

Monitoring planet Earth is a rapidly growing industry. The data produced about Earth is referred to as geodata” and can come from a variety of sources. These include, for example: 1. satellite and aerial imagery 2. elevation data 3. data on moving objects 4. tracking info 5. field indexes Often, such geodata is produced and distributed among satellite companies and state agencies. It can be expensive, and without specialized software, it is rarely accessible to other industry sectors or the broader public. In addition to satellites and drones, geodata is being generated by every owner of a cell phone and by a myriad of other connected devices. However, this data mainly belongs to, and is utilized by corporations

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