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SI/VAR and Partner Program IoT Ecosystem
For decades, larger technology companies utilized partner programs in order to deliver goods and services more cost-effectively by leveraging their networks of partner program members. Some of these deployments are fairly easy to implement and just require the service of one partner program participant. When it comes to implementing Internet of Things (IoT) projects, the value chain is fragmented and requires the coordination of several companies working together to implement an end-to-end solution that successfully integrates device components, connectivity, and value-added services.Continue
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In March (2017), Verizon launched its LTE Cat-M1 IoT network, which spans 2.4 million square miles, making it the first nationwide network of its kind in the U.S. The network is designed for narrowband LTE applications and is one of three LPWA technologies—the other two being NB-IoT and EC-GSM IoT. Verizon is integrating its network with its ThingSpace IoT Platform so that developers can create IoT solutions utilizing all pieces of the value chain. Verizon is hoping to capitalize on the shift from CDMA-based IoT solutions to cloud-based technologies, while also expanding its solutions beyond the maturing mobile market.
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In this webinar, we’ll provide our view on the evolution of 5G. Will the many impacted industries work together to operationalize the networks? What will this mean for the ecosystem? We’ll look at applications and use cases for vertical market adjacencies.
Key topics include:
- Assessment of 5G capabilities related to bandwidth, latency and D2D in terms of vertical applications and use cases
- Evolutionary nature of cellular technologies and mobile ecosystem support for vertical lifecycle management