Learn more about the hype vs reality of the IoT landscape from HPE’s first hand experience.
Hype vs Reality of the IoT Landscape
There is no doubt in anybody’s minds, internet of things (IoT) will be a seismic shift in how we interact with technology. Massive change will sweep through all industries, again, and just as mobile communications and the Internet did before, business models will evolve rapidly, with new services and offerings already rapidly becoming available.
During the Hype vs Reality of the IoT Landscape webinar, Nigel Upton, General Manager of Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) IoT platform and Global Connectivity Platform, shares what HPE has learned from the more complex deployments of IoT, looking at the Automotive, Smart Energy, Smart Cities and Telecommunications industries that each require different sets of services and where all the elements of the IoT value chain that need to be brought together.
While no one company can supply all the elements of a complex and high value deployment, Nigel will describe how HPE is uniquely positioned to deliver the complete value chain through its own technology and partners, to build out the offerings from the sensors, networks, enablement platform, security, analytics and services that can build out the micro services that are unique to each industry and share the learnings from these complex deployments.
About the Presenter
Worldwide Director & General Manager
Communications & Media Solutions
Communications Solutions Business
Hewlett Packard Enterprise
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