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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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  • Gary Bolton, VP of Global Marketing at ADTRAN, spoke with TIA NOW about how the value of networks is based on the number of users of a platform. Bolton goes on to say that being able to match producers with consumers is the key to a successful platform economy.

  • Robert Conger, VP of Cloud and Portfolio Strategy at ADTRAN, spoke with TIA NOW about how CSPs and web-scale players are now on equal playing fields through SDN technologies, by deploying more open and programmable networks. Conger continues to say that operators are successful in employing software and open source principles in their central offices.

  • Scott Armul, VP and GM at DC Power and Outside Plant Products at Vertiv, spoke with TIA NOW about the balance of using legacy networks and new infrastructures. Armul goes on to say that the trend of compute power being pushed to the edge of the network allows Vertiv to reduce latency and improve the experience for the end user.

  • Trevor Smith, VP of Strategy and Business Development at CommScope, spoke with TIA NOW about the importance of optimizing the upload of video, as users create more content at the edge. Smith talks further about how CommScope is preparing for 5G networks, including densification and optimization of the network.

  • Vernon Yow of Sumitomo Electric Lightwave talks about ribbon technology and how that impacts improved cabling. Yow speaks further about the applications of ribbon technology for data centers and how ultra-high-fiber-count ribbon cables meet the growing need for high fiber density in data centers.

  • Kevin Koppenhaver, Senior Program Director at Belcan, spoke from the TIA Connectivity Jam in Dallas, TX about cybersecurity in avionics and automotive. Koppenhaver stressed the issue of vulnerabilities that are created when adding nodes to devices, and whether industry is reviewing the process of adding network nodes.

  • David Cox, SVP of Communications at the Henkels & McCoy Group discusses how the utility construction sector is changing with the evolving technology sector. Cox talks further about the evolving workforce and how training is thus far moving at a speed that can support new and burgeoning technologies.

  • Jeff Schilling, Chief Security Officer at Armor, spoke with Abe Nejad at TIA NOW about the importance of implementing security natively. He explains that IoT makes the network easier to secure, which contrasts with how many technology experts view the implications of connected devices.

  • Maria Schneider, CEO and Co-Founder of Dynofit, and Pete Peng, Founder of WavCatcher, were this year’s finalists at TIA’s 5th Annual Startup Challenge. Dynofit was the first place winner with the introduction of a healthcare related consumer IoT device.

  • Betty Manetta, President and CEO of Argent Associates, spoke with TIA NOW about how artificial intelligence plays a big role in fraud detection and predictive analytics. Manetta talks further about the importance of finding your role in the always changing and burgeoning technology ecosystem.

  • Sanjay Bhatia, VP of Solutions Marketing at GENBAND, provides service providers, enterprise and system integrators with cloud and real-time communications services. GENBAND’s partners and customers get an immersive, productive and more communicative experience, and this will be shown live at the Perspectives Conference in Los Angeles in July.

  • There are clear goals for smart cities across the nation and clear challenges for the vendor community to tackle. On this segment of TIA NOW are three people to give us more on those challenges. We have Kate Garman, Innovation Analyst for the City of Kansas City, MO; Bruce High, CIO for Harris County, TX and Trey Bowles, Co-Founder and CEO of the Dallas Entrepreneur Center.

  • Nancy Green, Global Practice Lead of Healthcare and Life Sciences at Verizon talks with TIA NOW about the technologies that connect the core of the network to the edge. Green talks further about the healthcare and life sciences verticals such as smart cities and oil and gas.

  • Chris Drake, CTO of iconectiv, talks to Abe Nejad of TIA NOW about what industry hasn’t learned yet in the security space. Drake talks further about specific security breaches that industry needs to learn from and rectify.

  • 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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