IoT Makes the Leap to Next Generation Cellular Networks


January 12, 2017
11 AM EST (16:00 GMT)

 
Sponsor:   DIGI

Will 4G/LTE/5G carrier networks be the answer to IoT/M2M in certain applications? If so, which ones? What will be the impact of software-defined networks, and virtualization? This webinar will discuss those IoT applications that seem based suited to next-gen networks, and what the market opportunities are in these market sectors. Carrier positions, in terms of legacy networks, will also be covered.
 


Moderated by:

Robin Duke-Woolley, Founder & CEO, Beecham Research
Robin has over 35 years experience in the telecom/IT industry. Firstly in commercial roles covering Marketing Management, Sales Management and General Management in international technology vendor companies. Secondly in market analysis/consulting roles. He has been researching the M2M/IOT market for over a decade, since 2001, and is an internationally recognized thought leader in this area.



 


Speakers:

Andrew Lund, Product Marketing Manager, Digi International
As a Product Marketing Manager, Andrew scours the market to find Digi-powered solutions to challenges in the retail, energy, and transportation industries. Andrew manages Digi's 2G network sun-setting initiatives and the go-to-market strategy for Digi's associated product solutions, including the Digi TransPort® family of M2M Routers with Gobi 4G LTE technology. Andrew holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in History from Bethel University and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Minnesota.


 

Brent Nelson, Senior Product Manager, Digi International
Brent has over a decade of experience in wireless machine-to-machine communication as a design engineer and product manager. As a cellular focused product manager, Brent understands and constantly studies dynamics in the industrial IOT market. With that knowledge, he ensures the Digi cellular product suite addresses top industry challenges. Brent has a Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Minnesota.