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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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  • Every year, TIA NOW sums up the most current and prevailing technologies, policies and market trends for the communications technology industry. Joining us to talk about Title II, spectrum, cybersecurity, IoT, NFV and more are James Reid, SVP of Government Affairs at the Telecommunications Industry Association; Franklin Flint, CTO at TIA and John Jacobs, VP of Member and Industry Affairs at TIA.

  • Gee Rittenhouse, Senior Vice President & General Manager of the Cloud and Virtualization Group at Cisco tells TIA NOW’s Abe Nejad about the digitization of our businesses. From the Internet of Everything to the virtualization of our networks, these technologies will allow enterprises to fully digitize their IT infrastructures, making the end game more profitable and efficient.

  • Intel’s long-standing partnership with Dell is important for the IoT community, said Rose Schooler, VP of IoT Strategy and Technology at Intel. TIA NOW got this and much more from Schooler at Dell World 2015, as she talked specifically about Dell’s IoT gateway solutions.

  • Dell's OEM partners and customers use Dell solutions to help their own customers flourish. TIA NOW walks through Dell customer use cases featuring ELM Energy implementing Dell’s IoT gateway solution in order to strengthen their microgrid. Included in this segment are interviews with Dell, Intel, ELM Energy, Pivot3, MangStor and V5 Systems.

  • Dermot O’Connell, Executive Director and General Manager of OEM and IOT Solutions EMEA at Dell, explains the benefits of Dell’s IoT gateways, giving several use cases in which customers were able to implement Dell’s IoT gateway solutions in order to solve a real world problem.

  • TIA’s CTO Council Industry Panel with telecom industry leaders was filmed following TIA’s CTO Council meeting and preceding Dell World 2015 in Austin, TX. The panelists from Dell, Ericsson, Intel and Juniper Networks discussed the future of IoT and NFV on next-generation networks.

  • Kishore Ramachandran, Professor of Computer Science at Georgia Tech, spoke to Abe Nejad of TIA NOW about the evolution of IoT, from Industrial M2M all the way to what we know now as the Internet of Everything.

  • Verizon’s Mark Bartolomeo, Vice President of IoT Connected Solutions, talks to Abe Nejad at TIA NOW about what accelerated the explosion of IoT. Bartolomeo spoke about the The Energy Act and Railroad Safety Act both being the impetus for the adoption of standards that influenced IoT.

  • Brian Witten, Senior Director of IoT Security for Symantec, tells TIA NOW about the current state of play between IoT and security. Witten says securing billions of connected devices is in the early stages, and security companies can catch up with the explosion of IoT by embedding security in devices during the manufacturing stage, and not regarding security as an add-on feature.

  • Connecting data is what the Internet of Everything is all about. Andreas Mai, Cisco’s Director of Smart Connected Vehicles, spoke to TIA NOW about hyper-connectivity and what that means to the Internet of Cars space.

  • The burgeoning industry of connected vehicles relies heavily on the reliability of the communications network. Tim Nixon, a keynote presenter at the TIA 2015 Network of the Future conference, talked about the growing number of data transactions in all General Motors vehicles and why a high bandwidth and low latency network is integral for connected cars.

  • Vicky Obenshain, Vice President of Wireless Strategy at Panasonic Solutions Company, told TIA NOW why the Internet of Things is permeating a variety of applications and solutions. From connected cars to connected aircrafts, Panasonic understands that there is a consequence for failure, thus their products must work.

  • The demand for data will drive spending over the next four years and industry will continue to invest in infrastructure to accommodate this growth in data traffic. This, among other growing trends, is in TIA’s 2015 Market Review and Forecast released in June on TIAonline.org.

  • ILS Technology, a Telit Company, and Tennant Company present a use case for implementing IoT in indoor and outdoor cleaning equipment.

  • Traditional ways of protecting your data are no longer viable, said Stefan Jung, Head of Cloud Security at Ericsson. TIA NOW spoke with Jung at the TIA 2015 Conference in Dallas, TX. Jung spoke about the importance of authentication technologies without keys, to support the billions of devices expected ride on the network.

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