The Vodafone’s ambitions for IoT remain high, and it plans to add more sector-specific solutions
Vodafone has been seen by many in the telecoms industry as one of the leaders in IoT. This article outlines its strategy for IoT and highlights some of the challenges.
Vodafone talked more about its evolving business IoT strategy at its analyst event in November 2018.
Three main aims were presented: gaining even greater scale in connectivity, offering more than connectivity for a selection of verticals and increasing the provision to the underserved small and medium-sized enterprise (SME) market. This article will discuss these points in more detail.
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