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Reality Check: The connected home window is open, but for how long?

Are communication service providers in a prime position to take advantage of the growing connected home market? Editor’s Note: The RCR Wireless News Reality Check section is where C-level executives and advisory firms from across the mobile industry share unique insights and...

How IoT is expected to transform the insurance industry

Insurance companies looking to cut costs, improve business practices and better assess clients' risk levels, will increasingly invest in the internet of things, according to Business Insider. Some auto and health insurers are already offering a new type of insurance, usage-based insurance (UBI), that uses IoT...

CES 2016 Internet of Things (IoT) ‘It was insane’ – IoT Innovation Episode 28

CES 2016 Internet of Things (IoT) musings from the IoT Innovation gang. Listen in as Sean Kinney, Managing Editor - RCR Wireless News; Chris Hare, CEO - nTeTe; and Steve Brumer, Partner - 151 Advisors,  share CES 2016 Internet of Things (IoT) highlights with IoT Innovations...

Study: smart home is closer than you think

LAS VEGAS – Smart home technology is a focal point of this year’s CES show. Coldwell Banker Real Estate is a company that has been keeping a close eye on the growth of the connected home. In preparation for CES, the real estate company...

Cellphone stores: an experiential marketing revolution? Telecom Careers Insider Episode 17

Will gigabit, IoT, 4K, VR, 5G and Raspberry Pi revolutionize the cell phone store experience? The Apple Store concept was an evolutionary step in the cellphone store buying experience. Apple surrounded the consumer with plenty of tech toys, non-commissioned, low-key staff, and of course...

Analyst Angle: Cracking the sales code in the connected home market

The connected home market is witnessing growth that is targeting the mass market. Security and alarm monitoring are the solutions that historically drove demand in this segment; however that is starting to slowly change. Leading the way is energy management. Companies, such as Nest...

Reader Forum: The smart home promise vs. reality

Let’s begin with what we, the industry, accept as a truism: Sometime in the near future, the gadgets we see today that control and automate our homes will form the basis of an enormous market. Most people will be able to say that their...

CES 2015: IoT-connected home trends

CES 2015: IoT-connected home trends LAS VEGAS – The "Internet of Things" has taken the Consumer Electronics Show by storm. Everywhere you look at CES you will find new platforms and devices that allow consumers to have all things connected. One of the biggest trends...

IoT: Connected device trends for 2015

IoT: Connected device trends for 2015 A record number of people globally are now connected via devices. From smart homes to wearables to connected cars, and everything in between, more people are relying on connected devices to make day-to-day life a little easier. Currently there are...

Cisco’s CTO of connected devices on the connected home

DENVER — Cisco's booth was one of the busiest on the floor at the SCTE Cable-Tec Expo this week. In addition to set-top boxes with integrated Wi-Fi that it has been providing to the cable industry, the company is touting the Wi-Fi gateway that already exists...

CTIA: AT&T and Telefonica partner for connected home in Europe

AT&T and Telefonica announced today they are working together to bring the success of AT&T’s Digital Life in the United States to Europe. In just one year AT&T has brought Digital Life to 82 markets in the United States. It was great to see the...

EMEA: The Internet of everything?

Claudia Bacco, Managing Director – EMEA, has spent her entire career in telecom, IT and Security. Having experience at an operator, software and hardware vendors and as a well-known industry analyst, she has many opinions on the market. She’ll be sharing those opinions along...

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