Achieving IoT Best Practice in a 5G-enabled World

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September 15th 7am PT | 10am ET | 4pm CEST

IoT is rapidly evolving with 5G and new LPWA networks now a reality, promising significant improvements in bandwidth, latency, and power-consumption. There is a growing demand for high bandwidth services including video, security cameras and digital vending resulting from the arrival of 5G.

However, over three-quarters of IoT projects are never completed or shelved before they are brought to market. Navigating the changing IoT connectivity landscape and maintaining business-critical and “always-on” IoT connectivity is challenging and choosing the right connectivity partner from an overwhelming list of options is critical to IoT success.

Transforma Insights examined the best practices associated with seizing the advantages that these recent changes in IoT represent. In this webinar, Transforma Insights will present findings from its research and report: “How to Achieve Best Practices in a 5G-Enabled IoT World.”

Attend this webinar to learn about:

  • Growing demand for high bandwidth
  • Best practice in next-generation IoT
  • Avoiding costly mistakes in choosing your connectivity partner
  • Simplifying your IoT project by streamlining the development and management of your deployment