Enabling IoT Services with WING
The Internet of Things (IoT) is the technological revolution of our time. Over the coming years, a vast plethora of devices can be expected to become ‘connected’ in some way. The result will be a complete transformation in the way that businesses are managed, how companies engage with customers, and the introduction of many new business models. This webinar focuses on the role for carriers in IoT, including how Nokia WING can enable carriers to successfully capture IoT opportunities and also how end-users can best leverage carrier capabilities.
This webinar is ideally suited to telecommunications operators looking to participate in a range of IoT markets, and also end-users seeking to understand how telecoms carriers can help them to fully exploit the opportunities presented by IoT. We will discuss the latest IoT connectivity developments and how these can impact every kind of business, enabling new products, services and business models.
Reasons to attend the webinar:
- Nokia Worldwide IoT Network Grid (WING)
- IoT opportunities for carriers
- How end users can best leverage carrier’s IoT capabilities
- IoT Now, Online Marketing Assistant
- Robin Duke-Woolley, Analyst, CEO
Robin Duke-Woolley is one of the best-known and most respected names in machine-to-machine (M2M) communications, with over 20 years’ experience as an analyst and consultant in telecommunications.
- Ankur Bhan, Global Head of WING
Ankur is the creator and Global Head of Nokia’s Worldwide IoT Network Grid (WING) business which provides a one stop managed service for all IoT needs of WING’s operator clients. Prior to this, he lead the Strategy, Partnerships and Portfolio Management team for Nokia’s Managed Services globally.
- Rami Avidan, CEO
Rami heads up the Internet of Things company for the Tele2 Group. He started Tele2’s engagement in M2M/IoT in 2012, and has since established Tele2 IoT as a leading player. Rami has a deep understanding of the Telco industry with a specific focus on M2M/IoT, primarily due to the fact that he co-foun ded and ran the Wyless Group of companies for several years.