In an intelligent world, devices will play the role of the "feelers" in an all-sensing environment. These three elements form a synergetic architecture of devices, information pipes, and the cloud.
John Hoffman, CEO, GSMA Ltd., revealed how the Connected Living programme is helping to mobilize the IoT.
Alan Clark, the Chairman of OpenStack Foundation, tells us how OpenStack is promoting its open-source cloud management technology.
Operators are looking for ways to survive and thrive in the digital world. Peter Sany, President and CEO of TM Forum, shared with us the way out.
Vincent Rumeau, Connected Cars Program Manager at PSA Peugeot Citroen China, gives an insight into development of the connected car market and what the future holds.
Lars Stegelmann, Global Head of Commercial at FIA’s new Formula E racing category, tells us how the sport is already surpassing expectations. Although the worlds of Formula E and mobile technology may not seem an obvious pairing, he reveals how they are connected.
GSMA CTO Alex Sinclair outlines the challenges facing mobile operators today and how the GSMA is helping to address these issues. He also comments on the growth opportunities in mobile and the future move to 5G.
The connected car is tipped to be the next big thing in mobile. While today only around 10% of vehicles on the road have in-car mobile connectivity, this figure is expected to rocket to around 90% by 2020. In this special video feature, we take a look inside the market.