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Coffee Break with Game-Changers, presented by SAP

Coffee Break with Game-Changers, presented by SAP

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August 08th 2012:Rise of the Machines: Coming to a smart city near you

M2M. Rise of the machines. The promise of a world of connected devices, where machines of all types and sizes can autonomously communicate with each other. Don’t believe it’s a reality yet? Global M2M revenue is projected to soar from $121 million in 2010 to $948 billion by 2020, the year Ericsson predicts the number of connected devices will reach 50 billion. Our experts have a lot to say. Jason Sumner, EIU: “M2M is going to be big. We have heard this before but there are reasons to believe it’s different this time.” Joe Dignan, Ovum: “When is M2M not M2M? I would suggest a lot of the ti

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Fergus O’Reilly

Fergus O’Reilly is Chief Solution Expert for the SAP Billing and Revenue Innovation Management solutions and takes care of product strategy for that area of the SAP portfolio. He joined SAP in 2009 when SAP acquired Highdeal, where he was the CTO. Originally from Ireland, Fergus is based in the south of France. Hear Fergus and Camille Mendler of Informa chat about M2M during the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Feb 2012: www.youtube.com/watch?gl=US&v=8dsfksMCAeo. View Fergus’ whiteboard talk on the challenges of monetizing the hyperconnected world: www.youtube.com/watch?v=oPQyqrZDeng.
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Joe Dignan

Joe Dignan is Chief Analyst at Ovum, addressing the European public sector. He is a member of Ovum’s Industry Technologies team, which produces research and analysis on the use of technology in the education, government, health sciences, financial services, energy and sustainability, and telecoms industries. Joe’s area of expertise is transformation in government and the advances in ICT driving change in the European public sector. The focus of his research is the development of smart cities. He joined Ovum from Microsoft, where he was the World Wide Industry Managing Director for Local and Regional Government leading Microsoft’s nascent smart city value proposition. Joe has substantial expe
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Jason Sumner

Jason Sumner is a senior editor with the Economist Intelligence Unit, the business-to-business research arm of the Economist magazine. He covers financial services, corporate finance, technology, telecoms, energy and the environment. Reports he has edited include M2M – Rise of the machines – as well as the digital divide and how enterprise customers view their telco operators. Previously, Jason was an editor with CFO magazine, covering corporate finance. Prior to that, Jason covered knowledge management and business technology for other publications in London.
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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/1981/coffee-break-with-game-changers-presented-by-sap 25/10/2017 08:00 25/10/2017 09:00 Coffee Break with Game-Changers, presented by SAP https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/1981/coffee-break-with-game-changers-presented-by-sap M2M. Rise of the machines. The promise of a world of connected devices, where machines of all types and sizes can autonomously communicate with each other. Don’t believe it’s a reality yet? Global M2M revenue is projected to soar from $121 million in 2010 to $948 billion by 2020, the year Ericsson predicts the number of connected devices will reach 50 billion. Our experts have a lot to say. Jason Sumner, EIU: “M2M is going to be big. We have heard this before but there are reasons to believe it’s different this time.” Joe Dignan, Ovum: “When is M2M not M2M? I would suggest a lot of the time. There are fully automated processes but a great many examples of what I am told is M2M needs a human 'guiding mind' somewhere in the interaction.” Fergus O’Reilly, SAP: “Customers no longer buy products, they buy experiences. This is the real driver for the move to ‘Everything-as-a-Service’.” Join us for their insights on M2M Rise of the Machines: Coming to a smart city near you. VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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