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Viodi View – 04/16/20

As the discussion shifts to opening the economy, what will commerce look like on the other side is the $20+ trillion question. It feels like there will be permanent structural changes in how business – and everything else – operates. Whatever the changes, it is clear that technology and connectivity will continue to grow in […]

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Viodi View – 12/27/16

Like it has for decades, next week, International CES will ring in 2017 with new gadgets and technologies. In that spirit, this issue features several interviews from CES 2016 with companies with products ranging from non-polluting scooters to smart stuffed animals to low-cost home energy analytics and control. Stay tuned over the next week for a […]

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Viodi View – 06/03/16

Smart Glass Technology – Bring People Together, Don’t Drive them Apart  It was ironic that while Dan Eisenhardt of Intel was speaking of a world where information will be provided hands-free via smart glasses, my smart phone was rendered inoperable because of a low-storage condition (this apparently happens to others as well). The ensuing 15 minutes of figuring out […]

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Alan Weissberger Internet of Everything

How Telcos Can Play a Prominent Role & Monetize the IoT

Introduction: With extraordinary potential, impact and influence, the Internet of Things (IoT) promises to make a lot of money and improve efficiencies for many different industries. At the IoT Developers Conference, Ericsson cited a Gartner Group prediction of “$1.9 Trillion value-add IoT revenue across industry sectors in 2020.” Indeed, IoT is one of the hottest tech […]

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Viodi View – 04/30/16

With the divisiveness of a political year in full force, it is refreshing to find topics where almost everyone can find common ground. A few weeks back at the IP Vision Conference and Expo, David Howe, CEO of SubscriberWise and MCTV credit manager, described a problem and solution that would seemingly be able to engender a bipartisan […]

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