The world’s digital connections are about to become broader and faster, providing a platform for every industry to boost productivity and innovation. The future of the connected world is not just about the newest frontier technologies, such as high-band 5G and low-earth orbit satellite constellations. Much of it will be defined by the expansion and evolution of existing advanced connectivity technologies, like fiber, low- to midband 5G, Wi-Fi 6, and various other long- and short-range solutions. The new architecture of connectivity also features cloud and edge computing that can be accessed with cheaper and more efficient “thin” devices. Computing power, storage, and sensors are all growing more powerful and more affordable. As these trends converge, the connectivity ecosystem will be populated with more technologies, services, and providers than ever before.
Acting VP. IoT Business, GM Industrial IoT and IoT Smart Connectivity, Telkomsel
Ir. Teguh Prasetya MWP, MT
Chairman of Indonesian IoT Association (ASIOTI), CEO, PT Alita Praya Mitra
Regional Director IoT, AT&T
VP (Network Engineering and Delivery), Vodafone
Mei Lee Quah
Head of Mobile & Wireless Research in APAC, Frost & Sullivan