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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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  • The big data and data science revolution is upon us as firms are currently spending an estimated $36 billion on storage and infrastructure, that will double the data mining sector by 2020. Here with us in the TIA NOW studio to talk about predictive analytics is Richard Boire, SVP of Environics Analytics.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Don Szczepaniak, EVP, Sensory Solutions Group at Panasonic Enterprise Solutions talks with Abe Nejad of TIA NOW about the depth of what the communications infrastructure industry is working on, and how that impacts end users for an effortless and seamless experience. Szczepaniak also talks about expectations by stadium owners for fan engagement and what types of data they find valuable.

  • From TIA's Connectivity Jam here in Dallas, TX, TIA NOW discussed the application of technology with Hakan Kostepen, Executive Director, Product Planning Strategy & Innovation at Panasonic.

  • TIA's Connectivity Jam, June 5-7 in Dallas, is a highly interactive and outcomes-focused executive conference. Senior executives and technologists will collaborate to solve the connectivity industry’s tough challenges, and walk away with an IDC Analyst Report from their work during the conference. John Jackson, Research Vice President at IDC, and Limor Schafman, Content Development Director at TIA, discuss how this event is different from other conferences, who should attend, and how participants will benefit from attending.

  • At ONS 2017, Raghuram Parvataneni, Specialist at Verizon, speaks with Abe Nejad about how IoT and increased data consumption is making the process of creating intelligent networks more challenging. Parvataneni also talks about machine learning and its role in creating intelligent networks.

  • Sam Greenblatt, CTO of Nano Global talks about how open source can treat diseases through cell-based analysis, at the molecular level. Greenblatt also discusses how open source can optimize data flows, open networking and databases for the needs of cell-based and real-time analysis.

  • Telit demonstrates the first end-to-end data communications call on narrow band IoT over the air, at Mobile World Congress 2017.

  • TIA is putting particular emphasis on accelerating next-generation networks to support 5G, IoT and NFV technologies. These initiatives include TIA’s tower standards committee that supports the future of 5G connectivity, TIA’s cabling infrastructure committee that creates real synergies with wireless infrastructures, and TIA’s Industry Advisory Group - called oneM2M - which is integral to the IoT sector. On this Innovating Standards to tell us more is Brenda Boehm, Chief Strategy Officer and EVP of Technology and Products at TIA and Stephanie Montgomery, VP of Technology and Standards at TIA.

  • Alon Segal, CTO at Telit, talks about how edge computing supports IoT use cases, specifically in the Industrial IoT space, on his segment from MWC 2017.

  • Scott Puopolo, EVP at iconectiv, spoke with TIA NOWs Abe Nejad at MWC 2017 about the implications of identity fraud for carriers and what they can do to leverage iconectiv’s expertise to protect connectivity and data.

  • 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.

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