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Keith Bruce, CEO & President, San Francisco Bay Area Super Bowl Host Committee, , 3/14/2017
When I was hired as the CEO of Super Bowl 50 and the Bay Area Host Committee, I was presented with a number of requirements and obligations that the cities of San Francisco and Santa Clara had committed to as part of hosting Super Bowl 50. This was August 2013, a full two and a half years before our event played out at Levi's Stadium in February of 2016.
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Alexandra Rehak, Practice Head - IoT, Ovum, , 3/7/2017
One of the most important IoT developments in 2017 will be the first commercial deployments of new licensed-spectrum low-power wireless access (LPWA) technologies - NB-IoT and LTE-MTC-Cat M1 (LTE-M).
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Lee Bell, Contributor, IoT World News, , 2/16/2017
In recent years we've seen some of the globe's biggest and most reputable companies thrust into the spotlight as victims of large-scale security breaches.
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Jeremy Coward, Senior Editor, IoT World News, 2/14/2017
"The industrial internet of things is the IoT to watch" is a claim that's been made ever since the internet of things first became a coherent concept. It's a stance commonly adopted by the IoT's more serious participants - the ones who are less likely to be swayed by flashy devices and click-bait headlines.
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Randolph Wheatley, VP of Communications Solutions Marketing, Sensus, , 2/9/2017
If there's one pervasive characteristic among our nation's rural electric cooperatives, it's this: progress.
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Jessica Groopman, Independent Industry IoT & Blockchain Analyst, IoT World News, 1/30/2017
For organizations interested and investing in IoT, connecting devices are just the beginning. It's not just reliable connectivity and storage they need. It's not just a standardized communication model to process billions (perhaps trillions of) microtransactions between devices.
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Jeremy Coward, Senior Editor, IoT World News, 1/10/2017
For years now, Internet of Things capability has been a prominent theme at CES -- arguably the world's most significant technology tradeshow.
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James Anderson, Associate Editor, Channel Partners, , 1/2/2017
Xura says its recently-announced acquisition of two new companies will allow its customers to manage "exponential traffic growth" from Internet of Things and 5G applications.
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Edward Gately, Contributing Editor, Channel Partners Online, 12/27/2016
Mobile operator revenues from the Internet of Things (IoT) reached $11.56 billion in 2016, while a handful of operator groups will generate more than $1 billion each next year.
Posted by afwriter |  In reply to: Inside IBM Watson's Munich HQ: The World's Foremost Industrial IoT Playground
I love the idea of Watson and IoT, I think the two together are going to make big waves in our world.  

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Posted by DHagar |  In reply to: Inside IBM Watson's Munich HQ: The World's Foremost Industrial IoT Playground
@ms.akkineni, excellent - no wonder we see eye-to-eye.  IBM will do well if they keep applying appropriately.

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