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SystemEn18668
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SystemEn18668,
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7/28/2017 | 12:39:45 AM
Re: Going forward
May be yes but security being biggest concern as your private data is involved will be important. People/Users are getting smarter the key thing they look when they buy deploy home Wi-Fi is passwords and security. Remember how we see "Your messages are encryted" tag on every whatsapp or chat messages. So i believe even if there are grey areas in regulations, people/users will drive/force for secure environments. 
Craig Matsumoto
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7/26/2017 | 1:46:44 PM
Re: Going forward
You know, I'm not so sure operators will come up with security answers.

Or rather, if they do, they'll do so because of regulations -- regulations that also let the government tap whatever info the service providers glean from their IoT security monitoring. It won't necessarily be a good thing.

Just a hunch.
SystemEn18668
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7/25/2017 | 3:29:44 AM
Re: Going forward
I couldnot agree more to the security concern. I am sure going forward as the business case and security concerns will increase ( as the IOT network will carry personal/home automation data) the Operators will come up with the solutions. Security as you rightly pointed out is the biggest concern for IOT
DaveONeill
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7/25/2017 | 1:47:48 AM
Re: Going forward
I think it's fantastic to see ISPs embracing IoT. Clearly there is profit to be made. I wonder if at some stage there will be a push for ISPs to provide security offering rather than leave it up to the modem / router endpoint. Is it not in their best interest to deliver some form of security to reduce the number of zombie home IoTs?
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KBode,
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7/20/2017 | 1:49:58 PM
Curious...
Are there any metrics yet on which ISP has had the greatest impact on IOT? I'm assuming it's Verizon with its medical services reach?
drlal@viciinc.com
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7/20/2017 | 12:49:58 AM
LPWAN using LoRA?
LPWAN using LoRA? when 5G is rolled out big time, it will replace most of the LPWAN protocols ..so why can't they plan ahead ?
SystemEn18668
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SystemEn18668,
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7/19/2017 | 1:34:04 AM
Going forward
IOT is the most talked term, it is nice to see Comcast going ahead and deploying specially on Unlicensed LWPAN. What are the use cases and business cases attached to the deployment or they are exploring advantage of owning the overall IOT infrastructure and wait for the business cases to evolve? 

 
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