The Wireless Noodle podcast brings you weekly analysis and observations on the impact of disruptive new technologies on business. It is brought to you by Matt Hatton, veteran technology industry analyst and Founding Partner of Transforma Insights.
Episode 26: IoT isn’t all about the data
In this week’s episode, Matt discusses several reasons why it’s a fallacy that IoT is ”all about the data”. He also looks further at the recent Transforma Insights work done on sustainability, with a particular focus on water consumption (very timely!), as well as some thoughts on how the metaverse might be used by enterprise.
Episode 25: Hyperscale IoT connectivity and LEO satellites
In this week’s episode, Matt discusses the requirement for Communications Service Providers to pivot to being hyperscale IoT connectivity providers and how best to do it, plus our assessment of the prospects for LEO satellites to deliver IoT and more on the work we did recently on using IoT and other disruptive technologies to tackle sustainability.
Episode 24: The Clean Dozen
We’re back after a year’s hiatus, but with lots of great research to talk about. Matt shares details of the ’Clean Dozen’ solution areas that enterprises need to focus on to meet their sustainability objectives as well as looking at some recent news (including how great Transforma Insights is!).
Episode 23: They may be virtual but the change is real
Matt dives into the obsessions that IoT companies have with value chains and their position in them, plus a look at the increasingly vibrant IoT MVNO world. And a little bit on Everynet's new US LoRaWAN network.
Episode 22: What an analyst loves to see
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
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.