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Join Us at The Internet Of Things World Forum Panel With AT&T, Sprint, and Vodafone


October 1, 2014 - 0 Comments

Mobile Making It Happen

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The Internet of Things (IoT) is opening up a world of real opportunities and rapidly transforming our communities, our cities and our daily lives. The second annual Internet of Things World Forum (IoTWF) in Chicago, October 14–16, 2014 marks a defining moment in the growth of the IoT.

While today most of the current IoT solutions do not have the ability to seamlessly connect and service the types of devices expected to be part of the 40 billion “things” forecasted to be activated by 2020. Yet mobile operators can uniquely deliver the connectivity (e.g., 2G / 3G / 4G / Wi-Fi / Small Cell) required to all devices anywhere, anytime, any place. Add in the mobile operator’s service delivery platform with the agility to activate thousands of devices at a time, the scalable cloud capacity for reduced OpEx, and a new application development platform enabling increased service creation velocity –and you’ve got a winning formula. So if you plan to attend this year’s IoT World Forum in Chicago make sure you sign up for the session the The Value Delivered by the Service Provider in IoT and listen to service providers discuss how to improve IoT experiences, increase business impact, and make money while doing it.

The Panel:

  • AT&T SVP, Kevin Petersen – AT&T Digital Life
  • Sprint Director, Mohammed Nasser – Connected City
  • Orange Deputy Director, François Duquesnoy — Orange Smart Cities & Territories

The Topics We’ll Cover:

Smart Home Security, Home Automation, Energy, Connected Car, Telematics, Connected Agriculture, Connected Transportation

When?

Thursday, October 16, 11:45 AM – 12:30 PM

Attendees will walk away with an enhanced understanding of what they can do to advance the Internet of Things, new relationships with others, new partnerships, similarly-minded leaders, and strategies for maximizing IoT benefits—both for their organizations and the industry as a whole.

Tweet us @CiscoSPMobility if you’re attending IoT World Forum. We’d love to see you there!

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