The Wireless Noodle
Episode 22: What an analyst loves to see

Episode 22: What an analyst loves to see

July 28, 2021

This week's episode looks at Nokia's new product focused on the emerging opportunity for data exchanges, a deep dive into the changing landscape for IoT connectivity and a look at the opportunity associated with robotic automation.

Episode 21: IoT will save the world

Episode 21: IoT will save the world

July 21, 2021

This week Matt delves into the ways in which the Internet of Things will help to avert climate disaster, some troubling survey results, and how IoT cellular connections evolved in 2020.

Episode 20: Lots of Microsoft and a touch of WFT

Episode 20: Lots of Microsoft and a touch of WFT

April 29, 2021

After a long break before last week's episode, Matt covers some eye-catching news from the last few months, plus he delves into the results of Transforma Insights recent comparison of the digital transformation capabilities of AWS, Google and Microsoft. Also a little more on the Transforma Insights User Group.

Episode 19: New string to the bow

Episode 19: New string to the bow

April 23, 2021

This week's Wireless Noodle looks at the a White Paper Transforma Insights did with Telia on 'hyperscale IoT connectivity', some new moves from Microsoft on industry clouds and consulting, and the launch of the Transforma Insights User Group.

Episode 18: Google’s Trust Issue

Episode 18: Google’s Trust Issue

February 10, 2021

This week's Wireless Noodle looks at the whether Google has an issue with enteprises trusting the longevity of its product portfolio, the promotion of Andy Jassy to be the new CEO at Amazon and an exploration of the Robotic Process Automation opportunity.

Episode 17: The CES that never was…

Episode 17: The CES that never was…

January 20, 2021

This week Matt takes a look at the trends from the Consumer Electronics Show, which should have been happening in Las Vegas last week but instead happened virtually. Also a round up of a couple of other interesting webinars and conferences sessions, plus a new report from Transforma Insights looking at IoT connectivity.

Episode 16: Don’t make them come to you, serve them as you find them

Episode 16: Don’t make them come to you, serve them as you find them

January 13, 2021

This week's Wireless Noodle looks at the announcements from Amazon Web Services' reInvent event, and what it tells us about the strategy of what will be one of the most important companies in IoT, AI, edge and other digital transformation technologies. Also on the agenda this week, a look at a recent article from Matt about the use of diverse technologies for IoT, particularly unlicensed LPWA, and some thoughts stemming from an interview he did recently with Ross Gray of Sierra Wireless.

Episode 15: The Only Constant…

Episode 15: The Only Constant…

January 6, 2021

This week's Wireless Noodle delves into Mobile Private Networks, Device Management and real-world AI deployments. All three are evolving quickly bringing changing market dynamics, new opportunities and some sticky challenges.

Episode 14: Replicate For Victory!

Episode 14: Replicate For Victory!

November 25, 2020

In this week's episode Matt looks at the approaches taken by technology services companies such as Accenture and IBM to replicating projects, the efficiency savings this brings, and how it represents the key to unlocking huge amounts of market value. He also digs into some Transforma Insights research on how Artificial Intelligence is being deployed in the real world today and what lessons that gives us for the future. 

Episode 13: The Wisdom of Crowds

Episode 13: The Wisdom of Crowds

November 11, 2020

Matt digs into the 2020 version of the Eclipse IoT survey and finds a lot of interesting data, including the rise of the hyperscalers, the growing importance of connected agriculture, fears over connectivity, trends in OS, protocols and edge compute, and something related to Tex-Mex food. There’s also time to delve into the recent Transforma Insight report on IoT Application Enablement Platforms as well as a bit of a follow up to the IBM discussion from a few weeks ago.

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