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Private IOT: Fixed Wireless


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Title: Private IOT Networks: Understanding and using fixed wireless with IoT

Presenter: Roy Wittert, Regional Sales Director ANZ & Pacific Islands, Cambium Networks

What you will learn:

  • Fixed wireless options for IoT

  • When you would use fixed wireless over other IOT approaches

  • Security, reliability and manageability considerations.

Description: While public IoT networks are growing rapidly, many organisations have a requirement for private networks that are secure and reliable. Typical use cases include SCADA and CCTV. This presentation explores the range of broadband and narrowband fixed wireless technologies that can be deployed in IOT solutions, including microwave, WiFi narrowband IoT . The different components of industrial internet applications is explored, showing how fixed wireless fits in.

About the presenter: Roy Wittert vendor experience encompasses SynOptics, Wellfleet, Bay Networks in South Africa and Nortel and Motorola Solutions in Australia, before becoming part of Cambium Networks in October 2011, when Motorola sold off their Fixed Wireless Divisions. After immigrating to Australia in 1998, he worked for Nortel Network for 5 years and then in Sales Management roles with 3D Networks, Volante and Vantage Systems, a video conferencing service provider. Roy also spent two years at Motorola Solutions as the ANZ sales lead for Wireless Network Solutions, developing the reseller, distributor and wireless service provider channels.


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