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The Role of System Integrators in M2M and IoT
IoT has caused many providers across all segments of the IoT value chain to shift and adapt their strategies. System integrators (SIs) are uniquely positioned to address the challenges that IoT poses due to their ability to leverage their experience integrating legacy systems into end-to-end solutions, their knowledge of the IoT landscape and players in the market, and their existing relationships with enterprises and end-users. Most enterprises today are relying on system integrators to play the leading role in implementing their IoT solutions and in guiding their digital transformation. System integrators are skilled at creating end-to-end solutions from multiple components from multiple vendors. At its core, the IoT is a complex system of systems. The complexity of implementing these solutions is a key concern for enterprises, and system integrators help them to navigate a highly-fragmented ecosystem of IoT vendors and component technologies.Continue
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On October 10, 2017, Dell Technologies announced that it was launching a new Internet of Things (IoT) division aimed at integrating products and services across the company. Dell also announced plans to invest US$1 billion in research and development over the next three years. Dell is continuing to move away from centralized cloud computing to a distributed core that enables real-time processing of information to create one interdependent ecosystem from the edge to the core to the cloud. For this strategy and investment to pay off, Dell will leverage its existing partner program ecosystem to create the value that Dell is hoping to deliver to current and future clients.
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Dec. 7, 2017, 11 a.m.
ABI Research’s IoT Market Tracker provides a single unified view of the IoT market for both connected things and end-to-end solution revenues across 31 of the most relevant application segments for 18 countries/regions both today and in the future. In this webinar, ABI will present results of the latest update to the IoT Market Tracker which includes new forecasts out to 2026 and for 5G technologies. Relevant findings presented will include: • The application segments driving the most connections and revenues • The outlook for LPWA and 5G connections and its impact on 2G, 3G and 4G technologies • Application segments driving the most adoption for LPWA by 2021 compared to 2026 • Revenue segment analysis for IoT Platforms, analytics and professional services • Regional insights for connections and revenues by application segmentRegister
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