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Samsung Electronics Report 2012-2017: Strategy & Prospects in the LTE Era

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Between 2010 and 2011 Samsung saw a period of rapid growth in the telecoms market with an impressive array of mobile handsets, smartphones and tablets. Having gained majority market shares in several major regions the key question now is whether or not the company can continue to grow and what strategies they will employ to retain their market standing. Our research shows that in 2012 the company stands to achieve revenues of $48 billion from the sale of mobile handsets alone.

On the verge of global LTE availability operators and OEMs are positioning themselves for the transformative impact that the next generation of mobile networks will have on the telecoms landscape. In this timely and holistic report Samsung's LTE business models and strategies are revealed and analyzed. New device categories are detailed along with an analysis of the unique selling points for the company's flagship products in the smartphone, tablet and Smart TV space.

With the Connected Home in the early adopter phase how well are Samsung positioned to capitalise on this potentially lucrative market? In this report we detail the range of Smart consumer devices and appliances that Samsung are producing; which we believe could further strengthen the company's position as a market leading consumer electronics giant. 

What makes this report unique?

Visiongain consulted widely with industry experts and full transcripts from these exclusive interviews are included in the report. As such, our reports have a unique blend of primary and secondary sources providing informed opinion. This approach allows insight into the key drivers and restraints behind market developments, as well as identifying the leading companies. The report also presents a unique blend of qualitative analysis combined with extensive quantitative data including global, submarket and national markets forecasts from 2012-2022 - all highlighting strategic business opportunities.

Why you should buy The Samsung Electronics Report 2012-2017: Strategy & Prospects in the LTE Era

• 148 pages of comprehensive analysis
• An exclusive visiongain interview with an expert from-
- Samsung
• 102 tables, charts, and graphs that quantify, analyse and forecast Samsung's market standing between 2012-2017.
Forecasts and analysis of Samsung's expected performance between 2012-2017 including -
- Global revenues
- Global profits
- Mobile handset shipments
- Smartphone shipments
- Tablet shipments
- Mobile handset market share in 8 national markets
• Regional Samsung mobile revenue forecasts for the period 2012-2017
- North America
- Latin America
- Europe
- Asia Pacific
- Middle East and Africa
• Regional Samsung mobile handset, smartphone & tablet shipment forecasts from 2012-2017
- North America
- Latin America
- Europe
- Asia Pacific
- Middle East and Africa
• Top 3 smartphone manufacturers market share
• A SWOT analysis of Samsung

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Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary
1.1 Maintaining Rapid Growth
1.2 Smartphone Space
1.3 Expanding the Brand 
1.4 Future Plans and the Impact of LTE 
1.5 Key Findings of the Report
1.5.1 Global Statistics
1.5.2 Regional Statistics

2. Introduction to Samsung Electronics
2.1 Company History
2.1.1 Scope of Report
2.1.2 Tokyo Declaration 
2.2 Recent History 1990s - 2000s
2.3 Memory Chip Price Fixing
2.4 Recent Growth Phase 
2.5 Branding, Marketing and Sponsorship
2.6 Vision 2020 - Samsungs Future Strategies
2.7 Company Structure
2.7.1 Samsung Electronics Board of Directors
2.8 Samsung Global Market Shares and Rapid Growth Phase 2010-2011
2.8.1 Smartphone Sales 2010-2011
2.8.2 Samsung Total Mobile Handset Sales 2010-2011
2.8.3 Samsung Smartphone Market Share 2010-2011
2.9 Samsung Regional Mobile Phone Market Shares 2011
2.10 Samsung Revenues and Profits 2010-2011
2.11 Aim of the Report 
2.12 Structure of the Report 
2.13 Target Audience 
2.14 Methodology

3. Global Samsung Sales & Revenue Forecasts 2012-2017
3.1 Global Samsung Mobile Handset Revenue Forecast 2012-2017
3.2 Global Samsung Mobile Handset Profit Forecast 2012-2017
3.3 Global Samsung Mobile Handset Shipment Forecast 2012-2017
3.4 Global Samsung Smartphone Shipment Forecast 2012-2017
3.5 Global Samsung Tablet Shipment Forecast 2012-2017

4. Regional Samsung Sales & Revenue Forecasts 2012-2017
4.1 North American Market
4.1.1 Ting First MVNO to Stock Galaxy S III
4.1.2 What will be the Impact of Samsung's Disputes with Apple?
4.1.3 North American Mobile Revenue Forecast 2012-2017
4.1.4 North American Samsung Mobile Handset Shipment Forecast 2012-2017
4.1.5 North American Samsung Smartphone Shipment Forecast 2012-2017
4.1.6 North American Samsung Tablet Shipment Forecast 2012-2017
4.2 Latin American Market
4.2.1 Latin American Samsung Mobile Revenue Forecast 2012-2017
4.2.2 Latin American Samsung Mobile Handset Shipment Forecast 2012-2017
4.2.3 Latin American Samsung Smartphone Shipment Forecast 2012-2017
4.2.4 Latin American Samsung Tablet Shipment Forecast 2012-2017
4.3 European Market 
4.3.1 European Operators Sell LTE Capable Samsung Smartphones
4.3.2 European Samsung Mobile Revenue Forecast 2012-2017
4.3.3 European Samsung Mobile Handset Shipment Forecast 2012-2017
4.3.4 European Samsung Smartphone Shipment Forecast 2012-2017
4.3.5 European Samsung Tablet Shipment Forecast 2012-2017 
4.4 Asia Pacific Market
4.4.1 Samsung's LTE Presence in Asia Pacific
4.4.2 Asia Pacific Samsung Mobile Revenue Forecast 2012-2017
4.4.3 Asia Pacific Samsung Mobile Handset Shipment Forecast 2012-2017
4.4.4 Asia Pacific Samsung Smartphone Shipment Forecast 2012-2017
4.4.5 Asia Pacific Samsung Tablet Shipment Forecast 2012-2017
4.5 Middle East and African Market
4.5.1 Samsung's Strategy for the Middle East and Africa 
4.5.2 Middle East and African Samsung Mobile Revenue Forecast 2012-2017
4.5.3 Middle East and Africa Samsung Mobile Handset Shipment Forecast 2012-2017
4.5.4 Middle East and Africa Samsung Smartphone Shipment Forecast 2012-2017
4.5.5 Middle East and Africa Samsung Tablet Shipment Forecast 2012-2017
4.6 Regional Samsung Mobile Revenue Forecast Comparative Summary 2012-2017
4.7 Regional Samsung Mobile Handset Shipment Forecast Comparative Summary 2012-2017
4.8 Regional Samsung Smartphone Shipment Forecast Comparative Summary 2012-2017
4.9 Regional Samsung Tablet Shipment Forecast Comparative Summary 2012-2017
4.10 Samsung Regional Mobile Market Shares 2012-2017

5. Samsung's Product Portfolio and Unique Selling Points
5.1 Samsung Mobile Handset Portfolio
5.2 Samsung Smartphone Portfolio
5.2.1 Galaxy S III - Samsung's Flagship Smartphone
5.2.2 Galaxy S III Regional Variants
5.2.3 Analysis of Galaxy S III USPs
5.3 Samsung Tablet Portfolio 2012
5.3.1 Galaxy Tab 2 - Samsung Flagship Tablet
5.3.2 Galaxy Tab 2 for the Three Screen Strategy
5.3.3 Analysis of Galaxy Tab 2 USPs
5.4 Samsung's Smart TV and Visual Display Offerings
5.4.1 Flagship Smart TV - Samsung Smart LED TV ES8000
5.4.2 Analysis of Samsung's Smart TV Offering 
5.5 Leading innovation - Creating New Device Categories
5.5.1 Samsung Galaxy Note - The Smartphone/Tablet Hybrid 
5.5.2 Galaxy Note Regional Variants and LTE Capable Models
5.5.3 Analysis of Galaxy Note USPs
5.5.4 Galaxy Beam - The Projector Phone
5.5.5 Analysis of Galaxy Beam's USPs
5.6 Samsung Smart Appliance Offerings
5.7 Samsung's LTE and 4G Strategies
5.7.1 Samsungs 4G Alliance Status
5.7.2 Samsung's Contribution to OFDMA Standards
5.8 Latest Additions to Samsung's Product Portfolio
5.8.1 Tablet Laptop Hybrids
5.8.2 Samsung's Windows Smartphone - Ativ S

6. Expert Opinion
6.1 Samsung Electronics
6.2 Strategies in Smartphone and Tablet Space
6.3 Regional Sales of Specific Products
6.4 Samsung vs. Apple
6.5 Future Plans and Mobile Cloud Solutions
6.6 Feature Phones Strategy
6.7 Connected Home Strategy
6.8 LTE and the Future
6.9 Importance of Samsung App Store
6.10 Rapid Growth and Sustainability
6.11 New Devices and Technologies
6.12 Strategies to Expand Market Shares
6.13 Impact of Apple Litigation Battles

7. SWOT Analysis
7.1 Strengths
7.2 Weaknesses
7.3 Opportunities
7.4 Threats

8. Conclusions and Recommendations
8.1 Samsung's Product Portfolio - Maintaining Innovation 
8.2 The Operating System Dilemma
8.3 Capitalising in the LTE Era
8.4 Driving the Connected Home 
8.5 Patent Infringements - Samsung vs. Apple
8.6 Summary of Key Findings

List of Tables

Table 2.2: Samsung Brand - Awards and Rankings 2009-2012
Table 2.3: Geesung Choi Vice Chairman & CEO, Samsung - Employment Profile
Table 2.4: Yoonwoo Lee, Executive Advisor, Samsung - Employment Profile
Table 2.5: Juhwa Yoon President & CFO, Digital Media & Communications Management Office, Samsung, - Employment Profile
Table 2.6: Dongmin Yoon, Outside Director, Samsung - Employment Profile
Table 2.7: Chaewong Lee, Outside Director, Samsung - Employment Profile
Table 2.8: Inho Lee, Outside Director, Samsung - Employment Profile
Table 2.9: Ohsoo Park, Outside Director, Samsung - Employment Profile
Table 2.11: Global Top 3 Smartphone Manufacturers by Smartphone Sales 2010-2011 (Millions, AGR %)
Table 2.14: Samsung Total Mobile Handset Sales 2010-2011 (Millions, AGR %)
Table 2.18: Global Top 3 Smartphone Manufacturers Market Shares 2010-2011 (%, AGR %)
Table 2.19: Samsung Electronic Market Shares in Leading 8 National Markets for Mobile Phones by Penetration (Inc Smartphones) 2011(%)
Table 2.21: Samsung Revenues and Profits 2010-2011 (US$ Billions, AGR %) 
Table 3.2: Global Samsung Mobile Handset Revenue Forecast 2012-2017 (US$, Billions, AGR %, CAGR %)
Table 3.4: Global Samsung Mobile Handset Profit Forecast 2012-2017 (US$, Billions, AGR %, CAGR %)
Table 3.6: Global Samsung Mobile Handset Shipment Forecast 2012-2017 (Millions, AGR %, CAGR %)
Table 3.8: Global Samsung Smartphone Shipment Forecast 2012-2017 (Millions, AGR %, CAGR %)
Table 3.10: Global Samsung Tablet Shipment Forecast 2012-2017 (Millions, AGR %, CAGR %)
Table 4.2: North American Samsung Mobile Revenue Forecast 2012-2017 (US$ Billions, AGR %, CAGR %)
Table 4.4: North American Samsung Mobile Handset Shipment Forecast 2012-2017 (Millions, AGR %, CAGR %)
Table 4.6: North American Samsung Smartphone Shipment Forecast 2012-2017 (Millions, AGR %, CAGR %)
Table 4.8: North American Samsung Tablet Shipment Forecast 2012-2017 (Millions, AGR 5, CAGR %)
Table 4.10: Latin American Samsung Mobile Revenue Forecast 2012-2017 (US$ Billions, AGR %, CAGR %)
Table 4.12: Latin American Samsung Mobile Handset Shipment Forecast 2012-2017 (Millions. AGR %, CAGR %)
Table 4.14: Latin American Samsung Smartphone Shipment Forecast 2012-2017 (Millions, AGR %, CAGR %)
Table 4.16: Latin American Samsung Tablet Shipment Forecast 2012-2017 (Millions, AGR %, CAGR %)
Table 4.18: European Samsung Mobile Revenue Forecast 2012-2017 (US$ Billions, AGR %, CAGR %)
Table 4.20: European Samsung Mobile Handset Shipment Forecast 2012-2017 (Millions, AGR %, CAGR %)
Table 4.22: European Samsung Smartphone Shipment Forecast 2012-2017 (Millions, AGR %, CAGR %)
Table 4.24: European Samsung Tablet Shipment Forecast 2012-2017 (Millions, AGR %, CAGR %)
Table 4.26: Asia Pacific Samsung Mobile Revenue Forecast 2012-2017 (US$ Billions, AGR %, CAGR %)
Table 4.28: Asia Pacific Samsung Mobile Handset Shipment Forecast 2012-2017 (Millions, AGR %, CAGR %)
Table 4.30: Asia Pacific Samsung Smartphone Shipment Forecast 2012-2017 (Millions, AGR %, CAGR %)
Table 4.32: Asia Pacific Samsung Tablet Shipment Forecast 2012-2017 (Millions, AGR %, CAGR %)
Table 4.34: Middle East and Africa Samsung Mobile Revenue Forecast 2012-2017 (US$ Billions, AGR %, CAGR %)
Table 4.36: Middle East and Africa Samsung Mobile Handset Shipment Forecast 2012-2017 (Millions, AGR %, CAGR %)
Table 4.38: Middle East and Africa Samsung Smartphone Shipment Forecast 2012-2017 (Millions, AGR %, CAGR %)
Table 4.40: Middle East and Africa Samsung Tablet Shipment Forecast 2012-2017 (Millions, AGR %, CAGR %)
Table 4.42: Regional Samsung Mobile Revenue Forecast Comparative Summary 2012-2017 (US$ Billions, AGR %, CAGR %)
Table 4.44: Regional Samsung Mobile Handset Shipment Forecast Comparative Summary 2012-2017 (Millions, AGR %, CAGR %)
Table 4.46: Regional Samsung Smartphone Shipment Forecast Comparative Summary 2012-2017 (Millions, AGR %, CAGR %)
Table 4.48: Regional Samsung Tablet Shipment Forecast Comparative Summary 2012-2017 (Millions, AGR %, CAGR %)
Table 5.1: Samsung Mobile Handset Portfolio 2012
Table 5.2: Samsung Smartphone Portfolio 2012
Table 5.4: Samsung Galaxy S III - Technical Specifications 
Table 5.5: Galaxy S III Handset Model Variants 
Table 5.6: Galaxy S III USPs
Table 5.7: Samsung Tablet Portfolio 2012
Table 5.8: Galaxy Tab 2 - Technical Specifications 
Table 5.9: Galaxy Tab 2 USPs
Table 5.10: Samsung Smart LED TV ES8000 Technical Specifications
Table 5.11: Analysis of Samsung Smart TV Strategy and Offering
Table 5.13: Samsung Galaxy Note Technical Specifications
Table 5.14: Galaxy Note Regional Variants and LTE Capable Models
Table 5.15: Galaxy Note USPs
Table 5.16: Samsung Galaxy Beam Specifications
Table 5.17: Analysis of Galaxy Beam USPs
Table 5.18: Samsung Telecom Infrastructure Offerings 2012
Table 5.19: Global LTE Roll Out Schedule (Country, Operator, Launch Date)

List of Figures

Figure 2.1: Scope of the Report
Figure 7.1: Samsung SWOT Analysis

List of Charts

Chart 2.10: Global Top 3 Smartphone Manufacturers by Smartphone Shipments 2010-2011 (Millions)
Chart 2.12: Global Annual Growth Rate of Top 3 Smartphone Manufacturers 2010-2011 (AGR %)
Chart 2.13: Samsung Total Mobile Handset Sales 2010-2011 (Millions)
Chart 2.15: Global Top 3 Smartphone Manufacturers Market Share 2010 (%)
Chart 2.16: Global Top 3 Smartphone Manufacturers Market Share 2011 (%)
Chart 2.17: Global Top 3 Smartphone Manufacturers Market Shares 2010-2011 (%)
Chart 2.20: Samsung Revenues and Profits 2010-2011 (US$ Billions) 
Chart 3.1: Global Samsung Mobile Handset Revenue Forecast 2012-2017 (US$, Billions)
Chart 3.3: Global Samsung Mobile Handset Profit Forecast 2012-2017 (US$, Billions)
Chart 3.5: Global Samsung Mobile Handset Shipment Forecast 2012-2017 (Millions)
Chart 3.7: Global Samsung Smartphone Shipment Forecast 2012-2017 (Millions)
Chart 3.9: Global Samsung Tablet Shipment Forecast 2012-2017 (Millions)
Chart 4.1: North American Samsung Mobile Revenue Forecast 2012-2017 (US$ Billions)
Chart 4.3: North American Samsung Mobile Handset Shipment Forecast 2012-2017 (Millions)
Chart 4.5: North American Samsung Smartphone Shipment Forecast 2012-2017 (Millions)
Chart 4.7: North American Samsung Tablet Shipment Forecast 2012-2017 (Millions)
Chart 4.9: Latin American Samsung Mobile Revenue Forecast 2012-2017 (US$ Billions)
Chart 4.11: Latin American Samsung Mobile Handset Shipment Forecast 2012-2017 (Millions)
Chart 4.13: Latin American Samsung Smartphone Shipment Forecast 2012-2017 (Millions)
Chart 4.15: Latin American Samsung Tablet Shipment Forecast 2012-2017 (Millions)
Chart 4.17: European Samsung Mobile Revenue Forecast 2012-2017 (US$ Billions)
Chart 4.19: European Samsung Mobile Handset Shipment Forecast 2012-2017 (Millions)
Chart 4.21: European Samsung Smartphone Shipment Forecast 2012-2017 (Millions)
Chart 4.23: European Samsung Tablet Shipment Forecast 2012-2017 (Millions)
Chart 4.25: Asia Pacific Samsung Mobile Revenue Forecast 2012-2017 (US$ Billions)
Chart 4.27: Asia Pacific Samsung Mobile Handset Shipment Forecast 2012-2017 (Millions)
Chart 4.29: Asia Pacific Samsung Smartphone Shipment Forecast 2012-2017 (Millions)
Chart 4.31: Asia Pacific Samsung Tablet Shipment Forecast 2012-2017 (Millions)
Chart 4.33: Middle East and Africa Samsung Mobile Revenue Forecast 2012-2017 (US$ Billions)
Chart 4.35: Middle East and Africa Samsung Mobile Handset Shipment Forecast 2012-2017 (Millions)
Chart 4.37: Middle East and Africa Samsung Smartphone Shipment Forecast 2012-2017 (Millions)
Chart 4.39: Middle East and Africa Samsung Tablet Shipment Forecast 2012-2017 (Millions)
Chart 4.41: Regional Samsung Mobile Revenue Forecast Comparative Summary 2012-2017 (US$ Billions)
Chart 4.43: Regional Samsung Mobile Handset Shipment Forecast Comparative Summary 2012-2017 (Millions)
Chart 4.45: Regional Samsung Smartphone Shipment Forecast Comparative Summary 2012-2017 (Millions)
Chart 4.47: Regional Samsung Tablet Shipment Forecast Comparative Summary 2012-2017 (Millions)
Chart 4.49: Regional Samsung Mobile Market Shares 2012 (%)
Chart 4.50: Regional Samsung Mobile Market Shares 2017 (%)
Chart 5.3: Global Pre-orders - iPhone 4S vs. Galaxy S III
Chart 5.12: Samsung Galaxy Note Sales Q1-Q2 2012 (Millions)
Chart 5.20: Percentage of Contributing Reports Samsung Provided for OFDMA Standards 2011 (%) 

Companies Listed

3
3 Denmark
3 Italia
3 UK
8ta
A1 Telekom
Agri-Valley Broadband
Aircell
AIS - TOT
Al Madar
Alaska Communications
Alcatel-Lucent
Algar Telecom
Andorra Telecom
Antel
Appalachian Wireless
Apple Computer Inc.
Armentel
Arqiva
Asiaspace
AT&T
AT&T Mobility
Augere 
Avea
Bakrie Telecom
Base Telecom
Batelco
Bayan Telecommunications
BayRICS
Beeline
Belgacome
Bell
Bell Mobility
BeST 
Bharti Airtel
Bite
Bluegrass Cellular
Bouygues Telecom
BSNL
BTC
BusinessWeek
C Spire Wireless
Carolina West Wireless
Celcom
Cell C
Cellcom
Cellular South
CenturyTel
Chariton Valley Comms
Cheil Worldwide 
China Mobile
China Telecom
Chunghwa Telecom
City of Charlotte Council
Claro
Clear Mobitel
CLEAR mobyl
Clearwire
Commnet Wireless
Compaq Computer Corporation
Convergence Technologies
Cosmote
Cross Telephone
CSL Limited
Custer Telephone
Dedicado
Dell Inc.
Deutsche Telekom
Dialog Axiata
DiGi
Dish Network
DNA
DPC/AIS
Du
E Plus
Elisa
Emobile
EMT
Energy Australia Ausgrid
Entel Movil
Entel PCS
ERA/T Mobile
Etex Telephone Co-op
Etisalat
Etisalat Misr
Everything Everywhere
Fitel
FPT Telecom
Fujitsu
Gateway Inc.
Glo Mobile
Global Mobile
Globe
Google
H3G
Hewlett-Packard Company
HTC
Hutchison 3
ICE
Indosat
International Business Machines Corporation (IBM)
Kcell
KDDI
Kordia
KPN
KPN Base 
KT
Lattelecom
Leap Wireless 
LG
LG U+
LightSquared
LMT
M1
Magticom
Maxis
Megafon
MetroPCS
Millward Brown
Mobikom Austria
Mobilicity
Mobily
Mobinil
Mobistar 
Mobitel
Mobyland 
Moldcell
Monaco Telecom
Mosaic Telecom
Motorola
Movicel
Movistar
MTC
M-Tel
MTN
MTNL
MTS
MTS Allstream
MTS-Ukraine
NBN Co
Ncell
NEC
Nokia
Nokia Siemens Networks
Northwest Cell
NTT DoCoMo
O2
O2 Secure Wireless
OAO Voentelecom
Oi
Omantel
Omnitel
Open mobile
Optus
Orange
Orange Armenia
P1 Networks
Panasonic
Panhandle Telephone Co-op
PCCW
Peoples Telephone Co-op
Personal
Piltel
Pioneer Cellular
Public Service Wireless
Qtel
Qualcomm India 
Reliance
Reputation Institute
RIM
Rogers
Rogers Wireless
Rostelecom
S and R Communications
S&T Telephone Cooperative
Safaricom
Samsung C&T 
Samsung Group
Samsung Electronics 
Samsung Engineering 
Samsung Heavy Industries 
Samsung Life Insurance 
Samsung Semiconductor Inc.
Samsung Techwin 
SaskTel 
Seagate Technology
SFR
Sharp
SingTel
SK Telecom 
Sky Brazil
Smart Communications
Smartone
Softbank Mobile
Sonaecom 
Sony
Sony Ericsson
SpeedConnect
Sprint
Starcomms
Starhub
STC
Strata Networks
Sunrise
Swisscom
T Mobile
T Mobile Slovensko
T Mobile USA
TDC
Telcel
Tele2
Tele2 Sweden
Telecom Italia
Telecom NZ
Telefonica
Telenet
TeleNor
Telenor Magyarorszag
Telenor Sweden
TeliaSonera
Telkomsel
Telstra
Telus
Texas Energy Network
T-Hrvatski Telekom
Thumb Cellular
Tikona Digital
Ting
TMN
T-Mobile
Triatel
True Move
Tunisiana
Turkcell
U Mobile
U.S. Cellular 
UCell
UK Broadband
UME EPM
United Wireless
Unitel
US Cellular
VDC
Verizon Wireless
Verizon
VHA
Videotron 
Viettel
Vimpelcom
VIPNet
Viva
Viva Bahrain
Viva Cell-MTS
Vivid Wireless
Vivo
Vodacom
Vodafone
Vodafone Germany
Vodafone NZ
Vodafone Portugal
Vodafone Qatar
Vox
WBS
Wind
Wind Mobile
Woosh
XL Axiata
Xplorenet
Yoigo
Yota
ZAIN
Ziggo4
ZTE

Organisations Mentioned

BusinessWeek
Industrial Designers Society of America
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers - IEEE
Interbrand
Reputation Institute
Sao Paulo Military Police
SEC
US Department of Justice 

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"There is a natural synchronization between the business models, the IoT is there to support ,” explained Brendan O'Brien, Co-founder and Chief Architect of Aria Systems, in this SYS-CON.tv interview at the 15th International Cloud Expo®, held Nov 4–6, 2014, at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, CA.
An entirely new security model is needed for the Internet of Things, or is it? Can we save some old and tested controls for this new and different environment? In his session at @ThingsExpo, New York's at the Javits Center, Davi Ottenheimer, EMC Senior Director of Trust, reviewed hands-on lessons with IoT devices and reveal a new risk balance you might not expect. Davi Ottenheimer, EMC Senior Director of Trust, has more than nineteen years' experience managing global security operations and assessments, including a decade of leading incident response and digital forensics. He is co-author of t...
The Internet of Things promises to transform businesses (and lives), but navigating the business and technical path to success can be difficult to understand. In his session at @ThingsExpo, Sean Lorenz, Technical Product Manager for Xively at LogMeIn, demonstrated how to approach creating broadly successful connected customer solutions using real world business transformation studies including New England BioLabs and more.
The Internet of Things will greatly expand the opportunities for data collection and new business models driven off of that data. In her session at @ThingsExpo, Esmeralda Swartz, CMO of MetraTech, discussed how for this to be effective you not only need to have infrastructure and operational models capable of utilizing this new phenomenon, but increasingly service providers will need to convince a skeptical public to participate. Get ready to show them the money!
There's Big Data, then there's really Big Data from the Internet of Things. IoT is evolving to include many data possibilities like new types of event, log and network data. The volumes are enormous, generating tens of billions of logs per day, which raise data challenges. Early IoT deployments are relying heavily on both the cloud and managed service providers to navigate these challenges. In her session at Big Data Expo®, Hannah Smalltree, Director at Treasure Data, discussed how IoT, Big Data and deployments are processing massive data volumes from wearables, utilities and other machines...
The 3rd International Internet of @ThingsExpo, co-located with the 16th International Cloud Expo - to be held June 9-11, 2015, at the Javits Center in New York City, NY - announces that its Call for Papers is now open. The Internet of Things (IoT) is the biggest idea since the creation of the Worldwide Web more than 20 years ago.
The Internet of Things will put IT to its ultimate test by creating infinite new opportunities to digitize products and services, generate and analyze new data to improve customer satisfaction, and discover new ways to gain a competitive advantage across nearly every industry. In order to help corporate business units to capitalize on the rapidly evolving IoT opportunities, IT must stand up to a new set of challenges. In his session at @ThingsExpo, Jeff Kaplan, Managing Director of THINKstrategies, will examine why IT must finally fulfill its role in support of its SBUs or face a new round of...
The Internet of Things is tied together with a thin strand that is known as time. Coincidentally, at the core of nearly all data analytics is a timestamp. When working with time series data there are a few core principles that everyone should consider, especially across datasets where time is the common boundary. In his session at Internet of @ThingsExpo, Jim Scott, Director of Enterprise Strategy & Architecture at MapR Technologies, discussed single-value, geo-spatial, and log time series data. By focusing on enterprise applications and the data center, he will use OpenTSDB as an example t...