The transformation of IoT: The role of hyperscalers in the rise of IoT

The number of connected IoT devices is expected to reach 17 billion by 2030 – with immense value lying in the data they will carry. But how can all these large data sets be combined and interpreted effectively? Connectivity providers have the global infrastructure, experience, and technical expertise required to extract the maximum value out of this IoT device data. Their entry into the IoT ecosystem has not only brought greater flexibility and security, it has also boosted the growth of the industry.

Gabriel Salvate, Business Development Director for IoT at BICS, will discuss the current IoT environment and how hyperscalers have impacted, and will continue to shape the future of the industry – specifically through security, and application enablement for connected devices.

How to ensure seamless global connectivity for your transportation deployment

Connected cars and commercial fleets have been in the market for years, but global transportation players still need the connectivity technologies and tools to turn this capability into a reliable revenue stream. New revenue streams and operating efficiencies can be generated across the complete lifecycle of a vehicle by tapping into the potential of IoT – but central to it all is reliable, global connectivity.

Join Gaurav Singh, Senior product manager for IoT solutions, BICS, to learn the essential connectivity principles that can enable automotive manufacturers and telematics service providers to simplify global connectivity and use IoT technology to enhance the lifecycle of a vehicle or fleet. From the supply chain and production to asset management and on-board features, find out how enterprises can completely transform their transport management services on a global scale.

Managing the lifecycle of connected parts and applications in the global automotive industry

Globally connected vehicles are moving the automotive industry into a new era. Vehicles are being deployed with extensive sensor platforms that generate vast amounts of data from different systems (such as LIDAR, telematics control units, or OBD-II interfaces). At the same time, the advent of 5G and underlying low latency, high bandwidth V2X technology is enabling dozens of new, automotive use cases.

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Whether you’re an OEM, IoT connectivity reseller, MVNE, full MVNO or MNO, access all the technologies and expertise you need to establish or grow your roaming business.

Benefit from BICS’ 500+ roaming agreements and easily access instant global connectivity with highest quality of service at the best possible rates.

With NB-IoT and LTE-M coverage in more than 40 countries by the end of 2021, and an ambitious footprint development roadmap, we offer full global IoT roaming coverage though our network of Tier 1 regional and local sponsors.

With more than 20 years’ experience, BICS offers highest quality IoT connectivity tailored for you and your end customers.

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Best Practice For End-To-End IoT Security

Security concerns remain a major barrier to IoT adoption for as many as 85% of IoT industry leaders1. Fraud is growing in this area, causing widespread agreement across the ecosystem that securing the IoT application is the only way to fully develop its business potential. The good news is the vast majority of attacks can be prevented – and the resilience of any IoT deployment significantly improved – with measures that are simple and cost-effective to implement.

This white paper explains how mobile connectivity is a central enabler of IoT security. It outlines best practice advice for protection built in at each layer of an IoT solution, and at every stage of its development.

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