Global IoT Connectivity in 2030 (How Do We Get There?)

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Matt Hatton@ Transforma Insights, Alicia Asín@ Libelium, Allen Proithis@ Capstone Partners, & Phil Skipper@ Vodafone Business

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A decade ago, connecting IoT devices was relatively simple. You put a SIM card into a 2G/GPRS modem and the device could go almost anywhere in the world, connect on at least one network, and data flowed via the public internet to the client. Simple, but not very flexible or cheap. In the intervening time much has changed. New connectivity tools have become available, including 5G, LPWA and eSIM, while trusty 2G is on the way out. The network architecture has also changed radically with the growth of cloud services, edge computing, private networks and the arrival of the hyperscalers. The last few years have also seen radical changes in pricing models that will have significant implications for years to come. In this session we discussion what the global IoT connectivity landscape in likely to look like in another decade, and what implications does that have for decisions we make today.
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