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Enabling service providers to be IoT providers

London Heathrow, UK
5-6 December 2017

 

  • 225 attendees, 160 telco executives , 40+ expert speakers sharing best practice case studies and strategy

225 attendees, 160 telco executives, 40+ expert speakers sharing best practice case studies and strategy

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Discussing the future of IoT Connectivity

  • Not another generic IoT event. Focus on the Telco IoT connectivity strategy
  • Exclusive, invitation-only attendance by IoT connectivity providers
  • 20+ hours allocated time for networking to ensure high value of your attendance
  • 225 Connectivity providers in attendance
  • Attended by Innovation, Strategy, Product, Marketing, IoT, Partnership Directors and more – tasked with unlocking the IoT opportunity
  • Global audience bringing perspective from USA, Asia, Middle East and Europe

2017 Attending Companies

Monetise the IoT Connectivity opportunity now!

Hear from leading Telco IoT Connectivity providers and their partners best global practice on building a strong IoT strategy

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Connectivity in the wider IoT/M2M context

What are the IoT value added services a Telco can offer?

Are vertically focused solutions the way forward?

Is the service, cloud, application offerings where competition should be, instead of cellular?

How should Telcos prepare for the needs of IoT connectivity?

Are MVNOs something to worry about?

Is a Cornerstone Project-type arrangement an option?

How to best promote cellular in the enterprise?

Will ‘network-agnostic’ become the norm?

The emergence of LPWANs & Telcos’ involvement

Is there room for new players in the market?

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