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Nine in ten UK businesses would consider switching to wireless broadband

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By Zenobia Hedge

Cambridge Broadband Networks (CBNL), the provider of licensed point-to-multipoint (PMP) microwave and millimetre wave, has today announced the results of its ‘UK Enterprise Broadband Index’. The survey of 200 businesses, conducted by market research firm Mobilesquared, highlights the gap between enterprise connectivity demands and the services they receive. Almost unanimously, 89% of UK businesses said they would consider switching to wireless broadband. This is coupled with the fact all respondents admitted poor broadband has negatively impacted their performance over the last two years, but more than half (56%) have not changed provider.

These striking statistics highlight the challenges UK businesses face in sourcing and switching providers, along with the significant market opportunity that exists for disruptive wireless carriers.

“It’s clear that a growing number of businesses find their connectivity requirements are growing faster than many broadband services can keep up with,” said Lionel Chmilewsky, CEO, CBNL. “To promote economic growth, it is essential that businesses have access to a greater range of agile broadband solutions which can scale more effectively with demand. This trend is likely to see operators drive more innovation into networks over the coming years, leverage emerging technology and develop 5G fixed wireless services.”

CBNL’s survey highlights that almost half of UK businesses (47%) are not receiving the broadband speeds advertised by their provider. Additionally, one in three businesses (35%) said that they have been negatively impacted by slow broadband speeds, while 34% experienced significant periods of network downtime. This new data clearly shows businesses are looking for faster and more reliable broadband options, yet half (56%) choose to remain with their current providers.

When asked why they opt to stay, one in three (32%) wanted to avoid disruption, 23% were tied into lengthy contracts, while 16% were restricted to services provided as part of a building lease. Moreover, one in ten (10%) suggested they would change at the earliest opportunity, demonstrating an appetite for viable alternatives.

The research highlights the significant market opportunity for disruptive carriers, with 89% of companies stating they would consider moving to wireless services if the speed and reliability was comparable to, or greater than, their existing broadband. With pre-5G fixed wireless commercially available, carriers have an immediate opportunity to leverage more agile and cost effective solutions that can quickly address this demand.

The need for more efficient infrastructure is illustrated by the fact that over half (56%) of businesses spend less than 30% of their IT budget on connectivity. More importantly, less than half of all respondents plan to increase expenditure over the next 12 months. This divergence between enterprises’ connectivity expectations and their connectivity expenditure highlights the importance to operators of innovation, in order to sustain and improve long-term network profitability.

Lionel Chmilewsky

CBNL CEO Lionel Chmilewsky concluded, “This data shows the vital role high capacity wireless can play, providing a more attractive business case to connect under-served businesses and quickly scale existing networks to multi-gigabit speeds.

“More specifically, the data shows the benefits that 26GHz can bring to the UK enterprise market and the value of Ofcom’s decision to […]

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Bristol overtakes London as the United Kingdom’s leading smart city

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A new white paper from Navigant Research, commissioned by Huawei, examines the strategy and execution of 20 leading smart cities in the United Kingdom, highlighting each city’s strategy, key projects, and overall readiness to execute its smart city vision.

The political, economic, social, and environmental challenges facing the UK are increasing the focus on the role of cities in driving innovation in areas such as transportation, clean energy, health and social care, education, and urban sustainability. Cities are responding with support for an ambitious range of technology projects, and they are also developing new strategies and governance models that aim to embed innovation at the heart of city policy. According to a new white paper from @NavigantRSRCH, Bristol and London are the UK’s leading smart cities.

“Bristol and London continue to set the pace for UK cities. Both are building on their existing programs and are working hard to embed innovation across city operations, infrastructure, and service delivery,” says Eric Woods, research director with Navigant Research. “Bristol has edged ahead to take the top position largely because of the strong momentum it has shown over the last 12 months. The city has made significant strides in extending its innovation programs and in the closer integration of those initiatives into city operations.”

Eric Woods

According to the white paper, UK cities are demonstrating an impressive commitment to service and technology innovation. Many cities have begun embedding smart city ideas into city planning and operations while preparing for the impact of the next wave of technologies, including 5G, autonomous vehicles, and machine learning.

The white paper, UK Smart Cities Index, was commissioned by Huawei UK, and evaluates the UK smart city market, with a focus on two dimensions: Strategy and Execution. The Strategy dimension assesses each city’s vision, goals, and objectives as they relate to its smart city program.

The Execution dimension assesses the city’s actual achievements from initial projects to full-blown deployment of innovative technologies and services. Cities are profiled, rated, and ranked with the goal of providing an objective assessment of the relative strengths and weaknesses of their smart city programs. The white paper is available for free download on the Navigant Research website.

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Bristol overtakes London as the United Kingdom’s leading smart city

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By Zenobia Hedge

A new white paper from Navigant Research, commissioned by Huawei, examines the strategy and execution of 20 leading smart cities in the United Kingdom, highlighting each city’s strategy, key projects, and overall readiness to execute its smart city vision.

The political, economic, social, and environmental challenges facing the UK are increasing the focus on the role of cities in driving innovation in areas such as transportation, clean energy, health and social care, education, and urban sustainability. Cities are responding with support for an ambitious range of technology projects, and they are also developing new strategies and governance models that aim to embed innovation at the heart of city policy. According to a new white paper from @NavigantRSRCH, Bristol and London are the UK’s leading smart cities.

“Bristol and London continue to set the pace for UK cities. Both are building on their existing programs and are working hard to embed innovation across city operations, infrastructure, and service delivery,” says Eric Woods, research director with Navigant Research. “Bristol has edged ahead to take the top position largely because of the strong momentum it has shown over the last 12 months. The city has made significant strides in extending its innovation programs and in the closer integration of those initiatives into city operations.”

Eric Woods

According to the white paper, UK cities are demonstrating an impressive commitment to service and technology innovation. Many cities have begun embedding smart city ideas into city planning and operations while preparing for the impact of the next wave of technologies, including 5G, autonomous vehicles, and machine learning.

The white paper, UK Smart Cities Index, was commissioned by Huawei UK, and evaluates the UK smart city market, with a focus on two dimensions: Strategy and Execution. The Strategy dimension assesses each city’s vision, goals, and objectives as they relate to its smart city program.

The Execution dimension assesses the city’s actual achievements from initial projects to full-blown deployment of innovative technologies and services. Cities are profiled, rated, and ranked with the goal of providing an objective assessment of the relative strengths and weaknesses of their smart city programs. The white paper is available for free download on the Navigant Research website.

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Avnet joins IMC to speed IoT deployment

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To help expedite Internet of Things (IoT) technology deployment, Avnet, a global technology distributor, has joined the IoT M2M Council (IMC). The IMC’s 25,000 rank-and-file members are comprised of enterprise users, OEMs, and applications developers from numerous vertical markets around the globe, making it the largest organisation serving the IoT sector, and uniquely positioned to reach those that deploy IoT solutions.

“We look forward to helping set the direction for the IMC, to make it easier and faster to guide IoT applications from idea, through to design prototyping, and production,” says Lou Lutostanski, Avnet’s vice president of IoT, who will represent the company on the IMC board of governors. “The group’s emphasis on providing hands-on help for buyers, as well as template RFPs and software widgets, is integral to moving IoT technology forward.”

Lou Lutostanski

In further efforts to reach IoT buyers, the IMC has just signed an exclusive agreement to organise the first-ever IoT Infrastructure Pavilion & Conference at the massive Consumer Electronics Show, to be held at the Westgate Hotel in Las Vegas, 9-12 January 2018. Avnet will take part as a cornerstone exhibitor. The dedicated technology area at the show will be directly adjacent to CES’s new demonstration areas for Smart Cities and Smart Energy, and close to its driver-less car demonstrations.

The addition of Avnet to the IoT M2M Council underscores the company’s broader commitment to help scale the delivery of IoT solutions to market, through each stage of the product lifecycle. Avnet’s connected ecosystem includes Premier Farnell‘s element14 community, Makersource.io and Hackster.io. Avnet provides demos, prototype kits, and technical support to customers, ranging from makers and startups to large enterprise companies, to further their IoT initiatives.

The IMC will also hold its Annual General Meeting on 9 November 2017 at the Marriott Copley Hotel in Boston, where it will elect new officers, decide on new projects for the coming year, and offer an afternoon conference program.

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Avnet joins IMC to speed IoT deployment

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By Zenobia Hedge

To help expedite Internet of Things (IoT) technology deployment, Avnet, a global technology distributor, has joined the IoT M2M Council (IMC). The IMC’s 25,000 rank-and-file members are comprised of enterprise users, OEMs, and applications developers from numerous vertical markets around the globe, making it the largest organisation serving the IoT sector, and uniquely positioned to reach those that deploy IoT solutions.

“We look forward to helping set the direction for the IMC, to make it easier and faster to guide IoT applications from idea, through to design prototyping, and production,” says Lou Lutostanski, Avnet’s vice president of IoT, who will represent the company on the IMC board of governors. “The group’s emphasis on providing hands-on help for buyers, as well as template RFPs and software widgets, is integral to moving IoT technology forward.”

Lou Lutostanski

In further efforts to reach IoT buyers, the IMC has just signed an exclusive agreement to organise the first-ever IoT Infrastructure Pavilion & Conference at the massive Consumer Electronics Show, to be held at the Westgate Hotel in Las Vegas, 9-12 January 2018. Avnet will take part as a cornerstone exhibitor. The dedicated technology area at the show will be directly adjacent to CES’s new demonstration areas for Smart Cities and Smart Energy, and close to its driver-less car demonstrations.

The addition of Avnet to the IoT M2M Council underscores the company’s broader commitment to help scale the delivery of IoT solutions to market, through each stage of the product lifecycle. Avnet’s connected ecosystem includes Premier Farnell‘s element14 community, Makersource.io and Hackster.io. Avnet provides demos, prototype kits, and technical support to customers, ranging from makers and startups to large enterprise companies, to further their IoT initiatives.

The IMC will also hold its Annual General Meeting on 9 November 2017 at the Marriott Copley Hotel in Boston, where it will elect new officers, decide on new projects for the coming year, and offer an afternoon conference program.

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IoT set to fuel the next Green Revolution in the farming industry, finds Inmarsat

By Sheetal Kumbhar

With pressure on land and food resources set to increase, the Internet of Things (IoT) will play an increasingly important role in helping the agriculture sector become more efficient, productive and sustainable. This is according to new independent research commissioned by global mobile satellite company Inmarsat which found that spend on, and interest in, IoT is set to rocket over the next five years within agritech.

Market research specialist Vanson Bourne interviewed respondents from 100 large agritech companies across the globe for Inmarsat’s ‘The Future of IoT in Enterprise – 2017′ report, and found that the sector is rapidly taking to IoT technologies. 62% had already fully or partially deployed IoT-based solutions, far outweighing the adoption levels seen in the mining, transport and energy sectors, and a further 27% had plans to do so within the next six months.

Moreover, the spend on IoT-based solutions is set to increase dramatically over the next few years. Today, about five per cent of agritech businesses’ IT budgets are spent on the technology; a figure that is expected to more than double to around 12% by 2022, indicating how important IoT will be for the sector going forward.

Commenting on the findings, Ayan Jobse-Alkemade, director of Sector Development Agriculture, Inmarsat Enterprise, said: “With the planet estimated to reach a population of 10 billion people by 2050, humanity will face challenges with sustainable water sources, food production, and the best use of land to get the maximum yield from crops. Additionally, using the most efficient method to deliver the resources will increasingly feature on the global agenda. In short, farmers, with the help of the agritech sector, need to get smarter, leaner and faster from field to fork.

Ayan Jobse-Alkemade

“The only way to really do this is with the clever application of new technologies like IoT, and our research demonstrates how quickly agritech businesses are embracing this technology. IoT will fuel a revolution in the farming sector and bring gains that completely eclipse those made in the first Green Revolution in the 1970s, continued Ayan Jobse-Alkemade”

Working with its partners, Inmarsat is at the forefront of this movement, delivering effective solutions for agritech businesses globally. By combining its heritage in critical connectivity with LoRaWAN technology and data analytics platforms that allow for the free-flow of data across organisations, Inmarsat are helping to ensure agritech businesses get ahead of the competition and meet the food production needs of tomorrow.

Many of the locations that would benefit most from IoT technologies are remote and are situated where terrestrial networks do not reach, or do not work well, all of the time. Inmarsat’s L-band network provides global satellite connectivity with up to 99.9% uptime, allowing IoT projects to thrive, even in the most remote and hostile environments.

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IoT set to fuel the next Green Revolution in the farming industry, finds Inmarsat

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By Sheetal Kumbhar

With pressure on land and food resources set to increase, the Internet of Things (IoT) will play an increasingly important role in helping the agriculture sector become more efficient, productive and sustainable. This is according to new independent research commissioned by global mobile satellite company Inmarsat which found that spend on, and interest in, IoT is set to rocket over the next five years within agritech.

Market research specialist Vanson Bourne interviewed respondents from 100 large agritech companies across the globe for Inmarsat’s ‘The Future of IoT in Enterprise – 2017′ report, and found that the sector is rapidly taking to IoT technologies. 62% had already fully or partially deployed IoT-based solutions, far outweighing the adoption levels seen in the mining, transport and energy sectors, and a further 27% had plans to do so within the next six months.

Moreover, the spend on IoT-based solutions is set to increase dramatically over the next few years. Today, about five per cent of agritech businesses’ IT budgets are spent on the technology; a figure that is expected to more than double to around 12% by 2022, indicating how important IoT will be for the sector going forward.

Commenting on the findings, Ayan Jobse-Alkemade, director of Sector Development Agriculture, Inmarsat Enterprise, said: “With the planet estimated to reach a population of 10 billion people by 2050, humanity will face challenges with sustainable water sources, food production, and the best use of land to get the maximum yield from crops. Additionally, using the most efficient method to deliver the resources will increasingly feature on the global agenda. In short, farmers, with the help of the agritech sector, need to get smarter, leaner and faster from field to fork.

Ayan Jobse-Alkemade

“The only way to really do this is with the clever application of new technologies like IoT, and our research demonstrates how quickly agritech businesses are embracing this technology. IoT will fuel a revolution in the farming sector and bring gains that completely eclipse those made in the first Green Revolution in the 1970s, continued Ayan Jobse-Alkemade”

Working with its partners, Inmarsat is at the forefront of this movement, delivering effective solutions for agritech businesses globally. By combining its heritage in critical connectivity with LoRaWAN technology and data analytics platforms that allow for the free-flow of data across organisations, Inmarsat are helping to ensure agritech businesses get ahead of the competition and meet the food production needs of tomorrow.

Many of the locations that would benefit most from IoT technologies are remote and are situated where terrestrial networks do not reach, or do not work well, all of the time. Inmarsat’s L-band network provides global satellite connectivity with up to 99.9% uptime, allowing IoT projects to thrive, even in the most remote and hostile environments.

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Thyssenkrupp extends predictive maintenance benefits of MAX solution to more than 40,000 customers

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By Sheetal Kumbhar

As the challenges of urban mobility grow, thyssenkrupp continues to transform how it delivers service in the elevator industry, which transports over a billion people each day and is valued at US$44 billion/year(€37.26 billion/year).

After teaming up with Microsoft in 2015 to launch MAX, the first predictive maintenance solution for elevators enabled by Microsoft’s cloud platform Azure, thyssenkrupp has now connected more than 110,000 elevators with the IoT-based system, enabling the reduction in downtime for 41,369 customers across 48,340 sites. MAX collects and sends real-time data from connected elevators to the intelligent cloud, where the remaining lifetime of each elevator’s key components and systems are calculated, determining which parts will require maintenance and when.

Speaking at StartupCon 2017 in Cologne, thyssenkrupp Elevator CEO Andreas Schierenbeck says, “We developed MAX because we knew that elevator service could be done much better than the industry norm. With an estimated unavailability of 190 million hours worldwide each year, we felt that the uptime of the world’s 12+ million elevators could certainly be improved.

And now the benefits from MAX are real: reduction of downtime for our customers, reduced service intervention times for our technicians, and in some cases we have been able to solve a problem before the customer even knows there is one. With M2M learning, the benefits of MAX will just keep getting bigger and better.”

The over 110,000 connected units comprise approximately 10% of thyssenkrupp’s global maintenance portfolio. After starting out in North America and Europe, Asia has now joined the MAX network with over 8,000 connected units in South Korea. While expanding in these regions, thyssenkrupp is also focusing on rolling out the end-to-end process to go fully predictive and planning launches in additional countries – namely Brazil and Portugal.

Soon, MAX will also be offered for escalators and third-party elevators as well, ensuring customers can benefit from maximum uptime regardless of whether they use a thyssenkrupp elevator or not.

In combination with MAX, thyssenkrupp is steadily incorporating the use of Microsoft HoloLens in its field operations. Technicians are starting to work hands-free while on the job using the in-built Skype app in HoloLens devices, making remote calls to more experienced colleagues who can walk them through solutions and provide them with valuable on-site education. The result is significant savings in time and stress and improved customer service.

Joining Mr. Schierenbeck for a keynote presentation at StartupCon, Andre Kiehne, member of Microsoft Germany’s management board, says, “Our longstanding partnership with thyssenkrupp shows how sharing a vision and bringing together technology and expertise results in the revolution of an entire industry. The journey of thyssenkrupp is a role model – even beyond manufacturing – on how companies digitalise their businesses successfully.”

Building further on the advantages presented by cloud-connected technologies, thyssenkrupp is also working to improve its service logistics. Teaming up with Swiss-based start-up TeleRetail, it is initiating tests of driverless delivery robots to move spare parts from warehouses to job sites faster, more flexibly and with less impact on the environment.

The advantages: The delivery robots are just […]

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A Week in IoT: Not so dumb now, huh?

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By Jeremy Cowan

We take it for granted amid the growing Internet of Things that enterprises deploying IoT solutions are taking a transformational step in their business as they connect hitherto isolated devices. Companies are giving ‘voice’ to dumb assets, says Jeremy Cowan, like street lights, parking spaces, water pumps, and transport vehicles.

In reality, they are doing so much more than that; these firms are changing their entire business model from machinery suppliers to data gatherers and analysts. I’m thinking, for example, of tyre makers like Michelin transforming their fleet business from rubber vendors to service providers offering subscribers (no longer just their ‘customers’, you’ll note) advice on fleet mobility and the planned lifecycle of transport assets.

I was reminded of that this week talking to Ayla Networks; it’s not only the corporate clients who are changing their business models – it affects those further up the delivery chain. Ayla was briefing me on its new Phone-as-a-Gateway (more of which later this week, Ed.). Inevitably dubbed PaaG, it takes locally-controlled Bluetooth devices (think power tools, water fountains, microwave ovens, even electric toothbrushes) and connects them to the Ayla Cloud via a mobile device so that manufacturers and users can learn from the usage data they generate. This Bluetooth network gets around the prohibitive costs of cellular connectivity for low value items, and the limitations of cellular networks in remote or hard to access areas.

Josh Pederson says Ayla Networks’ consulting arm guides customers through the possible outcomes of IoT

This isn’t just going to change the companies that use PaaG. I had to ask, ”Isn’t this also changing your own business model at Ayla? After all, you’re no longer simply selling a hardware or software solution, you’re providing data management for your customers.”

Josh Pederson, Ayla’s director of Product, said that its consulting arm now guides customers through the possible outcomes, towards business transformation. Clearly, this transformation is affecting both customers and suppliers.

Testing the IoT weather

I’ve been mulling over the state of the IoT market, prompted by the latest annual Vodafone IoT Barometer 2017/’18. Hats off first to Voda for investing time and effort for the past five years in sharing their understanding of the IoT market. It always makes fascination reading, but especially when you hear (as we occasionally do) the cynics saying the Internet of Things is all hype and underperformance. One thing’s for sure, the nay-sayers aren’t talking to the same people as us or Vodafone.

Among the latest highlights, the proportion of companies using IoT (the adopters) has more than doubled in these five years. Adoption has risen from 12% in 2013 to 29% in 2017. Transport & logistics (19% to 27%) and retail (20% to 26%) have shown the largest year-on-year gains from 2016.

Organisations using IoT are doing more of it. More than eight out of 10 (84%) agree that “Our adoption/use of IoT solutions has grown in the last 12 months.” As many as 12% of adopters now have at least 10,000 connected devices, and the share with more than 50,000 […]

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The Second Eastern European DNS Forum to Take Place in Belarus

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The second Eastern European Domain Name System Forum (EEDNSF) will take place from 12-13 October 2017, in Minsk, Belarus. The event is organized by the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) in partnership with the technical administrator of ccTLDs .BY and .БЕЛ, hoster.by company, also hosting the event. It follows on the success of the first edition held in Kiev last year, which attracted more than 200 participants from the region.

The event is part of ICANN’s regional outreach efforts to raise awareness on issues related to the Domain Name System (DNS), and collaborate with the stakeholders through discussions on areas of further development. The Forum will bring together interested parties and world experts in the field to share experiences, and inform participants about updates on the regional and global domain industry trends. It will cover topics such as DNS abuse and threats, ICANN regional strategy, legal issues in DNS industry, DNSSEC abd KSK rollover and regional views from registries and registrars. The first day of the event will cover technical presentations and the second day will be devoted to policy-related discussions.

The event provides participants with an opportunity to interact with each other and discuss various business, technical and policy aspects of the domain industry with experts from the field. Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) liaison to ICANN Board, Jonne Soininen is among the speakers to talk about name spaces as well as priorities in DNS industry. Dave Piscitello, ICANN VP of Security and ICT Coordinator, will also be at the event to discuss DNS security related topics.

Register here and visit the Eastern European DNS Forum website for more information. You can follow the event on social media with the hashtag #EEDNSF.

Remote participation and livestream of the event will be available to those interested in participating, but unable to attend.

Media Contacts:

Luna Madi
Communications Director, EMEA
Istanbul, Turkey
Tel: +90 533 0313505
Email: luna.madi@icann.org

Buket Coskuner
Global Communications Coordinator, EMEA
Istanbul, Turkey
Tel: +90 533 4876254
Email: buket.coskuner@icann.org

About ICANN:

ICANN’s mission is to help ensure a stable, secure and unified global Internet. To reach another person on the Internet, you need to type an address into your computer or other device – a name or a number. That address must be unique so computers know where to find each other. ICANN helps coordinate and support these unique identifiers across the world. ICANN was formed in 1998 as a not-for-profit public-benefit corporation and a community with participants from all over the world.

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