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The New IoT Battleground: Low-Power, Wide Area Networks
Tuesday, February 27
12:30pm - 2:00pm
Emerging low-power, wide-area networks (LPWAN) promise to decrease costs and improve coverage in the IoT space, and a wide range of players are racing to jump into the market. Technology options span the gamut, from LoRa to EC-GSM to LTE's NB-IoT to Wi-Fi HaLow and the list goes on. But the connecting tissue among all these options is that they're generally more broadly available and cheaper than standard, LTE-powered M2M services. As this low-cost, low-power, wide-area wireless sector matures, it will naturally draw in far more customers and create far more business opportunities than the space has seen to date. So how should players in this space move forward? Which technologies and players in this crowded market will rise to the surface and which will drown? And most importantly, what market sectors stand as the biggest opportunity?
Join FierceWireless for an Executive Luncheon during Mobile World Congress to discuss the answers to these questions and more.
The panel of industry experts includes:
- David Allen | Director, Advance Product Development | AT&T Internet of Things Solutions
- Allen Proithis | President of North America | Sigfox
- Arnaud Vamparys | Senior VP, Seamless Wireless Access | Orange
- Craig Miller | VP of Worldwide Marketing | Sequans
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