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Super Panel: NFV, 5G and IoT: Defining the sweet spot - Highlights

 

NFV is an enabling technology for 5G architectures, and IoT is a major use case for 5G services. But how can deploying NFV today lead to the creation of new use cases like Massive IoT in the next decade?...


HPE and Inmarsat: Enabling the mass adoption of IoT

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Nigel Upton, Director of Universal IoT Platform, Hewlett Packard Enterprise and Paul Gudonis, President of Inmarsat Enterprise

At the HPE Discover London event this week, Hewlett Packard Enterprise announced new solutions to help organisations rapidly and cost-effectively deploy IoT devices in wide area, enterprise and industrial deployments. Among the solutions are enhancements to the HPE Universal IoT Platform. As HPE’s Nigel Upton explains in our exclusive video, the platform now supports management of both SIM and non-SIM based devices across different systems, devices, and applications. There is also increased LoRa gateway support, given the significant interest of late in using this non-cellular technology for IoT.

One of HPE’s new partners for its IoT activities is satellite service provision company Inmarsat. Paul Gudonis, President of Inmarsat’s Enterprise business, explains how they are using the IoT platform alongside their core satellite service to enable sensor networks to be deployed anywhere, reaching the most remote places on Earth.

Filmed at: HPE Discover London, 30 November 2016

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