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Mobile World Congress 2018


Senet’s MNSi is a cloud-based “turn-key” M2M network service that enables network operators and other connectivity providers to rapidly deploy LoRaWAN services

SecuriThings

SecuriThings will demonstrate the only security solution that gives IoT service providers real-time visibility and control of IoT devices deployed in the field. It collects data through lightweight software agents that are easily deployed to new and existing IoT devices and gateways to protect against on-site and remote attacks. SecuriThings uses machine learning to create a tailored solution and fine-tuned customer risk model for each IoT device or environment. It continuously monitors these risk models along with third-party IoT cyber intelligence feeds in order to seamlessly update its software agents and protect against both known and unknown threats. The solution also allows IoT providers to enable policies that, in the event of a hack, automatically block threats, notify key stakeholders and/or take other actions for security and compliance purposes. SecuriThings’ intuitive web-based dashboard is tailor-made for today’s IoT SOCs, providing graphs, timelines and graphical geolocation information to support investigations.

Senet

Senet, a leading provider of cloud-based software, global connectivity service platforms and network buildout for the Internet of Things (IoT), will be at Mobile World Congress Barcelona 2018 demonstrating its cloud-based network connectivity platforms for IoT in the LoRa Alliance booth.

At MWC Senet will be highlighting its partnership with SenRa, a LPWAN provider for IoT / M2M applications throughout India, to showcase how Senet’s Managed Network Services for IoT (MNSiTM) has successfully accelerated network implementations and go-to-market activities in international markets. Senet’s MNSi is a cloud-based “turn-key” M2M network service that enables network operators and other connectivity providers to rapidly deploy LoRaWAN services on their physical assets and offer LPWAN connectivity to their customers. MNSi also enables international operators to accelerate time-to-revenue and securely activate and monitor thousands, and ultimately millions, of devices across a broad range of business models.

Subex

Subex is a leading telecom analytics solutions provider, enabling a digital future for global telcos. Founded in 1992, Subex has spent over 25 years in enabling 3/4ths of the largest 50 CSPs globally achieve competitive advantage. By leveraging data which is gathered across networks, customers, and systems coupled with its domain knowledge and the capabilities of its core solutions, Subex helps CSPs to drive new business models, enhance customer experience and optimise enterprises.

At MWC 2018, Under the theme “Digitalisation – Making it Real”, Subex will be showcasing how it can help telcos to ‘Connect the Dots’ of their digital transformation endeavors, through its Advanced Analytics and IoT Security solutions and evolved versions of its flagship products to address the challenges around risk, network, customer, partner ecosystem and device.

WinterGreen Research

WinterGreen Research will be showcasing a new market research study on the new industrial revolution.  It details how 5G brings massive new capabilities to smart devices and opens 25 new trillion dollar markets.  

Zinwave

Reliable, in-building wireless connectivity is more important than ever. Distributed antenna systems (DAS) and wireless connectivity provider Zinwave will be showcasing the latest generation of DAS equipment and services at Mobile World Congress 2018. The product being shown at MWC will demonstrate even lower total cost of ownership and innovative new services to enhance user visibility and maintenance. Zinwave is expanding its fully fiber, full spectrum, future-ready design in order to enhance indoor cellular connectivity for the enterprise. 

Mobile World Congress 2018

At first blush, Mobile World Congress 2018 may look at lot like last year's show with similar speakers, topics, and attendance. But I think what's different about the show is the realization of some the emerging technology areas. The industry seems to have a better hold in areas like 5G, with limited regional deployments occurring now. Artificial intelligence is gaining broader adoption, and the sophistication of the application of AI technology is becoming more pervasive. At the same time, the IoT marketing - and in particular Industrial IoT - is gaining significant ground. Like every year, there will no doubt be a lot to see at MWC. We hope you find something from within this article to make the trip worth your while.


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