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 31: Does Matter matter?
This week’s episode examines several interesting standards relevant to connectivity and IoT. First are Matter and Thread, which collectively promise to drive the smart home market. Additionally Matt looks at the 5G Network Data Analytics Function (NWDAF) and the Lightweight M2M (LwM2M) device management protocol.
Episode 30: Cloud connectors and who’s hot in IoT?
In this week’s episode Matt looks at the emerging requirement in IoT for cloud connetors, as well as the associated topic of IoT SAFE. He also digs into findings from a survey last year on who are the most (and least) favoured vendors in IoT. Finally he shares some of the findings from Transforma Insights’ work on connected cars.
Episode 29: Predicting AI
In this week’s episode Matt looks at a new set of research from Transforma Insights on forecasting the Artificial Intelligence market, considers the value and potential of 5G RedCap, a new variant on 5G aimed specifically at IoT, and examines the growing need for smart metering given the current energy crisis.
Episode 28: What is constrained IoT?
This week’s episode looks at the concept of constrained IoT, delves into some recent headlines concerning particularly M&A in the IoT space, and a look at recent developments in embedded SIM.
Episode 27: To spin or not to spin?
On the agenda in this episode is whether it makes sense for communications service providers to spin out their IoT business units, a look at benchmarking of digital transformation service providers, and a little more on Transforma Insights’ recent work on sustainability.
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.