What Next for Mobile Operators in the IoT?

GSMA

With the growth of the Internet of Things, new roles are emerging for mobile operators. Watch this webinar to hear senior operator speakers discuss how they are leveraging new enablers such as Edge Computing and Blockchain to maximise their value in the IoT ecosystem.
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Spotlight

The smartgrid envisions several sophisticated services that heavily depend on almost real-time monitoring of the assets and the functionality they provide. High-performance smart metering is the flagship of ongoing projects worldwide. In order to succeed, a service-oriented approach must be adopted, tools for simulation and pre-deployment evaluation will need to be created, and finally, adaptive systems targeting self-X behaviour (e.g. self-management, self-optimization, self-monitoring, self-healing, and self-protection) may raise the level of sophistication once the infrastructure is operational. In all of the above, the constraints set by enterprise services need to be respected and collaboratively tune infrastructure’s layers via active monitoring and control in order to enable the best overall system performance. We discuss on considerations and propose directions that could be followed.

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DHS Framework and Principles for IoT Devices: What It Means to Your Company

The Knowledge Group

With the growth of the Internet-of-Things (IoT) comes not only opportunities and benefits for our society, but also substantial safety and economic risks. In an effort to combat these risks, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) issued guidance underlining strategic principles for IoT device security.
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IoT, IIoT, Blockchain and Quantum Computing

ADCET

Open discussion with Prof. Ahmed Banafa (San Jose State University) and Ed Maguire of Momenta Partners (NY). The conversation covered a lot of ground, focusing on #IoT from the perspectives of Technology, business and society. We discussed the different dynamics at play across consumer and enterprise technology, the regulatory backdrop, and the evolving demands around security safety and privacy. The dynamics of the IoT industry and details insights into the power of #AI and Machine Learning as well as #Blockchain technology. Looking forward we discussed the rise of quantum computing as one of the most consequential innovations ahead of us.
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SD-WAN as an IoT Enabler

Velecloud

According to Forbes, IoT is forecasted to have 50-75% of enterprise data generated at the network edge by the year 2020; and at the same time, 83% of enterprise workload will be in the cloud by 2020. The WAN network will become more important in delivering these services to ensure high quality application performance and seamless operational technology (OT).
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Modernizing Manufacturing with Mobile and IoT

Gigaom Research

Digital Transformation is both a business and IT mandate across many business sectors. Nowhere is this more evident than in the modernization of the manufacturing sector. At the core of this transformation are mobile and IoT systems, driving innovation to achieve velocity through visibility by instrumenting the warehouse, the assembly line and throughout finished good supply chain. In fact, without architecting with IoT and mobile as core tenants in this modernization, AI and robotic initiatives may well miss their mark.
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Spotlight

The smartgrid envisions several sophisticated services that heavily depend on almost real-time monitoring of the assets and the functionality they provide. High-performance smart metering is the flagship of ongoing projects worldwide. In order to succeed, a service-oriented approach must be adopted, tools for simulation and pre-deployment evaluation will need to be created, and finally, adaptive systems targeting self-X behaviour (e.g. self-management, self-optimization, self-monitoring, self-healing, and self-protection) may raise the level of sophistication once the infrastructure is operational. In all of the above, the constraints set by enterprise services need to be respected and collaboratively tune infrastructure’s layers via active monitoring and control in order to enable the best overall system performance. We discuss on considerations and propose directions that could be followed.

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