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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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  • Wireless carriers are moving beyond cellular connectivity, and industry is innovating beyond traditional technologies, all to support IoT and emerging verticals. At Mobile World Congress 2017, TIA NOW speaks with important industry influencers: Brent Hodges, Head of IoT Planning and Product Strategy at Dell EMC; Bill Morelli, Senior Research Director for Enterprise and IT at IHS and Mo Nasser, GM of IoT Business Unit at Sprint.

  • Supporting 5G will involve innovative technologies, and Nokia with Sprint has made an announcement that will contribute to that goal, here at MWC 2017. Here to cover the highlights of this announcement are Günther Ottendorfer, COO of Technology at Sprint and Ricky Corker, EVP and Head of North America at Nokia.

  • Brian Bronson, CEO of Radisys, talks with TIA NOW's Abe Nejad at Mobile World Congress 2017 about real use cases for NFV that have been demonstrated, and his belief that operators are now less reticent to adopt virtualized network technologies.

  • Mark Norman, Director of Development & Strategic Initiatives at the Transportation Research Board, spoke with TIA NOW about the challenging dynamics between the public and private sectors for the enablement of a robust connected and autonomous vehicle.

  • Shailen Bhatt, Executive Director of the Colorado Department of Transportation, talks about vehicle connectivity research areas like vehicle to infrastructure, vehicle to vehicle, security, privacy and standards in the CV/AV space.

  • Executive Director of the Transportation Research Board, Neil Pedersen, spoke with TIA NOW about the primary tenets and goals of TRB and what impact it has in the connected vehicle sector.

  • Dell EMC is helping their customers move compute, capacity and capabilities to the edge of the network, as traditional IT functions quickly migrate into the service provider community. This migration allows telecom operators, cloud service providers and managed service providers to unlock new use cases by leveraging IoT technologies.

  • Jeff Baher, Senior Director of Service Provider Solutions at Dell EMC, talks to TIA NOW about the shift in the service provider space as compute in the core moves to the edge of the network.

  • Gone are the days of simply connecting devices to one another, as leading industry CTOs are now showing the true value of the Internet of Things. At TIA's 2016 CTO Council Meeting in Austin, TX, over 30 industry luminaries discussed and debated IoT applications, IoT challenges and future IoT technologies.

  • Tord Nilsson, Director of Global Marketing at Dell EMC, tells TIA NOW where we are on the journey towards network function virtualization, and what the effect is of merging EMC and Dell with respect to telecom.

  • As network business and digital services come together and telcos expand revenue opportunities through IoT adoption, what challenges exist not only in IoT adoption, but also to develop, deploy and monetize new connected services?

  • Brett Kirby, Director of Business Development for Data Centers at Power and Telephone Supply, tells TIA NOW about the importance of last mile connectivity in rural locations and how data centers play an important role.  

  • Jay Gill, Principal Manager, Cloud and SDN Marketing tells TIA NOW how the Infinite Capacity Engine (ICE) will be applied to products from data center interconnect, to metro packet-optical networks, to long-haul and subsea networks. 

  • Corning’s Manager of Data Center Global Market Development, David Hessong, tells TIA NOW about some of the recent changes between enterprise and hyperscale data centers, and what challenges industry is having as we move to optics for 100G and beyond.

  • The network of the future is full of disruptors, challenges and success stories. TIA’s annual advisory group meeting, intended to create a framework of content and discussion for 2017, invited guests from many verticals to TIA HQ

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