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IoT – Connected Devices Presented by: Jeff Kissinger Channel Manager – Connected Device Partnersh, M2M
What’s the “Internet of Things” 26 Billion Things will be connected on the web by 2020, changing the way we live and do business. Forbes, “Gartner Top 10 Strategic Technology Trends,” December 12, 2013
“Internet of Things” Revenue Connected Devices Market will be a $1.2 Trillion Revenue Opportunity by 2020 ;M2M in Intelligent Building and Smart City Sectors to Bring in Billions . PR Newswire, October 18, 2012
THE CONNECTED WORLD IS HERE TRANSPORTATION HEALTHCARE RETAIL MEDIA / ENTERTAINMENT EMBEDDED PRODUCTS & SMART ACCESSORIES ENERGY & UTILITIES EDUCATION
M2M Overview Today’s machine-to-machine (M2M) technologies can automate the way you work by using sensors and devices to consistently exchange information. The impact of these new sources of data – • Quickly act on the intelligence to create efficiencies • Improve internal and external business processes • Generate new revenue • Control costs • Drive better business decisions • Provide enhanced customer service
M2M BusinessDrivers INCREASING YOUR CUSTOMERS EFFICIENCIES • Provide near real-time insight to help improve their operations • Turn your data into actionable intelligence to improve decision makingand eliminate inefficiencies SIMPLIFYING A COMPLEX MARKETPLACE • Create solutions that make use of the cost-efficiency and security of cloudservices. • Maintain secure, reliable application performance. DRIVING NEW REVENUE STREAMS • Streamline processes by utilizing automated devices and custom apps. • Quicklyand securely deliver existing products and services to market. ENHANCING YOUR CUSTOMER EXPERIENCES • Offer timely and effective customer service solutions • Increase loyalty with personalized interactions and access to products and services
Key Elements of an M2M Solution Change Delivery of Perceived Value Increase Revenue, Decrease Costs Business Expertise Value to Customer Focus on Core Business Delivery of goods and services Majority of Value to Customer
M2M Solution Development: The Bad Time to Market Cost to Entry Change Management Barriers to Entry Network Complexities Cloud Services Cost of Error Security Risks Global Considerations
Verizon Innovation Program NATIONAL PROGRAM – TWO CENTERS VERIZON INNOVATION PROGRAMOVERVIEW Ushering in the “Connected Everything” Age PEOPLE • TECHNOLOGY • TOOLS Innovation Center – EastWaltham, MA • OpenAccess to Expertise • Frictionless Engagement Innovation Center – West San Francisco, CA • “Go to Market” Innovation • EcosystemPartnerships • Labs Innovation Driven: No fees, No IP, No exclusivity
Verizon Innovation Program PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT SERVICES VERIZON INNOVATION PROGRAMPRODUCT DEVELOPMENT SERVICES CommercialNetwork Sandbox Cloud & Solution Enablement Non-Traditional Commercialization Paths Analytics &Tools Hardware, Software & RF Engineering WIRELESS INTEGRATION RF PERFORMANCE VALIDATION CERTIFICATION SUPPORT INCUBATION & RAPID PROTOTYPING PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT & OPTIMIZATION TURNKEY SOLUTION ENABLEMENT ABPM 2012 WorldClass Center Award LEEDGold Certified
Verizon Innovation Program SOLUTION DIVERSITY • Collaborating for Meaningful SolutionsOur collaborative approach to innovation helps address multi-vertical market needs. • The Verizon Innovation Program enables an accelerated path to market. • 70+ Commercialized Solutions • 85+ Active Projects • 300+ Innovation Ecosystem Participants Telemetry Video Broadcast Retail Utilities Network Access Healthcare Smart Accessories Smart Trash & RecyclingBig Belly SolarQ2 2013 Mobile News CameraJVCQ4 2012 Tank MonitorInvensysQ1 2013 Point-of-SaleSystechQ1 2013 Verizon 4G LTE RouterNetgearQ2 2012 Heartstart Defibrillator Philips HealthcareQ1 2013 Personal Asset TrackRPhone HaloQ2 2013
VERIZON INNOVATION PROGRAMSOLUTION DIVERSITY CON’T Smart Grid Broadcast - Audio Network Access Network Access Entertainment Education Entertainment 4G LTE Interface CardsCisco Audio Broadcast Comrex Enterprise / M2M RouterCradlepoint Ruggedized RouterSierra Wireless Gaming LaptopsDELL-Alienware Virtuo SmartjukeTouchTunes Robotic TelepresenceVGo Healthcare Network Access Healthcare Network Access Broadcast - Video Network Access Smart Grid Video Broadcast LiveU 4G LTE RouterJuniper General ElectricWiYZ Gateway Remote Healthcare BL Healthcare Office-in-a-BoxEricsson Mobile GatewayInMotion Technology 4G LTE Home RouterNetgear Utlities Smart Grid Broadcast - Video Utilities Network Access Retail Telematics Outage Advisor SensorCooper Power Systems LiveShot BroadcastComrex Electric MeterItron, Inc. Retail POSSystech Smart Grid NodeAmbient Industrial Pro RouterSixnet Usage Based InsuranceXirgo
Verizon Partner Program • A simple, straightforward and flexible program to connect your business to our world-class portfolio of technology solutions. • Engage new customers • Generate new revenue streams • Increase your competitive advantage
Verizon Ventures Verizon Ventures - Support for entrepreneurs driven to make a difference. Together, we can solve today's biggest challenges. We seed the future of technology by backing big ideas, with funding, strategic connections, and expertise. Investing in the right ideas at the right time. Our success depends on helping entrepreneurs find individual success—developing new technologies that complement and leverage our global networks, platforms, and distribution channels. We're particularly excited by solutions that empower our retail and enterprise customers. And we're always on the lookout for disruptive technologies and business models with the potential to capture a significant share of a large market.
Verizon Ventures • Areas we invest include: • Smart devices—M2M and more: • All things coming out of development that can connect to our networks. • Social machines that reinvent consumer products through connectivity. • Content—video, web, and mobile applications: • Players that can disrupt the current linear model, allowing for viewer interaction. • Mobile First apps and services that challenge incumbent web video services. • Technologies to unlock apps from devices, easing developer burden for cross-device functionality. • Cross-platform/modality advertising that can maintain relevant messaging between different types of media. • Enterprise video that connects employees and integrates into daily work life. • Digital marketing and commerce: • Mobile advertising that goes beyond the major entrants and fills gaps in the ecosystem. • Cloud, enterprise IT, and networking: • Public and private cloud services to converge infrastructure and share resources. • Anything security—network, web, messaging, identity and access management, mobile/endpoints, and firewalls. • Virtualization as it moves into network services and storage. • . .