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Webinar: Emerging Solutions in Connectivity

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Choices for network connectivity abound and continue to evolve with technologies such as Bluetooth, LPWA-LTE, proprietary LPWA, Private LTE, and WiFi6. Many of these technologies have already been successfully applied to specific business use cases. But which ones are best suited to accomplish your specific business goals? What works for consumer devices and bandwidth needs aren’t necessarily right for business solutions. The connectivity needed for IoT solutions are as unique as the solutions themselves. And it’s important to understand the differences and ideal use cases for each variety to ensure a smooth deployment and management of your IoT solution – now and in the future.

In this on-demand webinar, Steven Baker, Vice President, IoT Product Management and Architecture at KORE and James Brehm, Founder and Chief Technology Evangelist at James Brehm and Associates dive into the key components of IoT connectivity – including emerging trends you should be aware of. As veterans of the telecoms industry, James and Steven have unique insights into what IoT solution providers should look for. They explore the different ways to segment the wireless landscape, detailed comparisons of the various LPWAN specifications, and ideal use cases for each IoT-specific network connection.

Determine the right emerging technology to leverage for your solution in this comprehensive and technical on-demand webinar. As a bonus, you’ll hear real questions from asked by our audience during the live webinar and the insights and answers from our experts.

Watch the on-demand webinar, "New Solutions in Connectivity," to learn:
  • New and emerging technology available for IoT use cases
  • Limitations of unlicensed spectrum
  • Appropriate uses for specific technology – including LPWAN, 5G, and Private LTE