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    IoT experts from AT&T, Nest Labs, SAP, 151 Advisors and Florida Atlantic University debate the benefits and risks of IoT in the consumer, industrial and enterprise spaces. They also discuss IoT challenges in managing security, monetization, technology and valuable business cases.

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  • The "why" of security seems to be of increasing importance, meaning why are certain security measures being selected over others. At TIA 2016, the Dell TIA NOW studio will find out why vendors need to adopt security by design, for IoT, as well keeping an eye on the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act and design flaws that have led to security breaches. Here in our studio is Herb Kelsey, Chief Architect at Guardtime and Brian Finch, Partner, Public Policy Practice at Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw P

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    Chuck Parker, Global Lead of Healthcare and Life Sciences at Beyond Limits, a spin-off from CalTech, talks to TIA's Limor Schafman about how artificial intelligence and IoT together can be used effectively in the real world, using the oil industry and healthcare industry as examples. He also discusses the biggest challenges faced in developing AI technologies for the IoT space, including the "stigma" of privacy and security fears from consumers.

  • Register today for TIA 2016: Network of the Future, where the communications ecosystem comes together to dream, share and discover pathways to solve the need for ubiquitous connectivity for consumers, enterprise and government. This year we focus on 5G Network Innovations, Internet of Things, Cybersecurity, and Network Virtualization – exploring the markets, technologies and policy issues for each. Keynotes include executives from AT&T, Verizon, Red Hat, Comcast, Cisco and more.

  • David Heard, Technology Executive, Industry Expert and Vice Chairman at TIA, spoke with TIA NOW about the new verticals, applications and use cases that are enabled by robust telecom networks.

  • Chris Greer, Senior Executive of Cyber Physical Systems at The National Institute of Science and Technology (NIST), tells TIA NOW how frameworks and common standards can enable applications in verticals like smart cities. Find out about NIST’s Global City Teams Challenge, as Greer talks about its benefits from interoperability to replicability.

  • Security and privacy are paramount to foster consumer trust as we continue to connect millions of IoT devices. Terrell McSweeny, Commissioner at the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), spoke with TIA NOW from TIA’s recent Spring Policy Summit about these two critical topics, including the FTC’s security initiative program, which aims to educate consumers on the principles of reasonable security practices in a dynamic technology space.

  • It’s always best to wrap up MWC at the very end of the show with the analysts that were front and center with the carriers and suppliers that we all want to hear from. The analysts joining us discuss 5G, edge computing, narrow-band IoT, NFV, virtual reality and new revenue streams for carriers.

  • Bringing ecosystems together is what’s important as devices are not the only technologies that need privacy and security. Devices and people need to be connected and, with an unreliable network, the connectivity challenge could be at risk. Mike Short, Vice President of Public Affairs for Telefonica, tells the TIA NOW audience how real discussions around network security has found a place in the industry.

  • Moving from mobility to applications for mobility is what a large part of Mobile World Congress 2016 is all about, said Paul Struhsaker, CTO and VP of Technology for Dell. Strushaker adds that sourcing the right vendor partners is very important to launching the right IoT solution for your customers.

  • In order to connect and support 50 to 70 billion sensors in the next decade, enterprise stakeholders in the IoT value chain need to adopt IoT platforms to achieve MNO scale, and soon achieve the MNO route to market. In the Dell TIA NOW studio at MWC 2016 to tell us how IoT platforms are paving the way for IoT and enterprise scalability are leaders from Verizon, Cisco, Intel and Telit IoT Platforms.

  • Dell’s moniker for Mobile World Congress 2016 is “ Connect What Matters,” and for good reason. Connecting M2M industrial devices has quickly advanced into critical applications in smart cities, connecting infrastructures like bridges and dams. But now there are new solutions in the smart city that are benefiting from IoT technologies and a new technology called edge computing.

  • Nicolas Damour, Senior Manager for Business Innovation and Development at Sierra Wireless, tells TIA NOW why being committed to standards is important to give consumers freedom of choice.

  • Dell has implemented the OneFiveTen framework for strategic thinking of its IoT action plan. Joyce Mullen, VP and GM for Global OEM and IoT Solutions for Dell, will discuss some of the latest developments from the Dell visioning and planning OneFiveTen meeting, and steps that are being taken to grow Dell’s presence in IoT.

  • Over the past several years, Dell has grown its focus and offerings in IoT. Dermott O’Connell, Executive Director and GM for EMEA at Dell OEM Solutions discusses the changes he’s seen in the marketplace, how Dell’s positioning has changed over time, its current focus and partnerships through the IoT labs and overall vision for the future.

  • Tom Keathley, Senior Vice President of Wireless Network Architecture and Design at AT&T joins TIA NOW to talk about what network operators need for 5G technologies.

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