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Mobile World Congress 2014 highlights

MachNation has previously written about the top three IoT trends in 2014. This month in FierceWireless:Europe, Steve Hilton, Managing Director of MachNation, looks at these three IoT trends and how they were or were not effectuated by vendors and operators at Mobile World Congress. MachNation will be publishing articles monthly in FierceWireless, so please keep us informed of any of your customer, product or partner news.

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Telenor, SAP and MachNation talk about IoT enterprises

This year at Mobile World Congress 2014, MachNation had the opportunity to speak with Telenor Connexion and SAP about enterprise adoption of IoT solutions. In this short video (video no longer available), we have the chance to understand the key drivers of enterprise adoption of IoT. We also discuss some of the expectations that enterprises have for IoT hardware, software, connectivity and services. Fredrik Akerlind – Executive Vice President Head of Sales, Telenor Connexion Christina […]

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Vodafone, SAP and MachNation talk connected cities

Check out this video (no longer available) from Mobile World Congress 2014 where Vodafone, SAP and MachNation spend a few minutes talking about “The Today and Tomorrow of Connected Cities”. There is renewed interest from the public sector in creating connected cities. In this video (no longer available) we discuss some of the key drivers in the sector as well as some of the new and novel solutions. Peter Manolescue, Business Development Smart Cities and […]

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What drives enterprise IoT adoption of operator services?

Based on new research from MachNation and highlighted in FierceWireless:Europe there are four reasons why enterprises purchase IoT services from communications operators. All reasons hinge on the fact that IoT solutions are complex to design, test, implement and run. Driver #1: Existing relationship with an operator. The age-old adage is true: it is easier to sell more stuff to the same customer than find a new customer. If the operator already has a long-term relationship with […]

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CSG: a player in cyber security

We as an industry have not fully developed IoT cyber security requirements. Cyber security is a massive business focused on preventing problems before they occur, identifying problems after they occur, tracing problems to their sources and plugging holes when found. Cyber security often feels like an intersection where the movies of Hollywood and the very real world collide. On 6 February, 2014, CSG International launched Invotas, a new software and services business unit focused on enterprise security solutions. This is a very interesting play for a company that […]

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