Edge Hardware for IoT
September 19, 2019
Increased computing power at the network’s edge is bringing myriad advantages, making predictive maintenance and AI tenable for remote, industrial applications. According to some studies, more than half of IoT Adopters expect to be analyzing complex data sets at the edge in the next three years. Advances in hardware are driving development, and this session will cover the breadth of the edge, from intelligent actuators/sensors, through data aggregation, into edge IT pre-processing.
Thorsten Milsmann, Director Internet of Things, worldwide, Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Thorsten Milsmann at Hewlett Packard Enterprise responsible for the IoT Sales worldwide, including GTM with partners. His responsibility is also managing the internal IoT program across all HPE sales and delivery organizations specifically HPE PointNext. He is consolidating the market and customer requirements as well as the definition, validation and commercializing of the solution portfolio.
After graduation as MBA at University of Mannheim he held various sales roles before joining HP in 1998, since he was in several sales and sales managements positions in Germany and Eastern Europe and was HPs Global Account Manager for MunichRe Insurance.
Sara Brown, Vice President of Marketing, Multi-Tech Systems Inc.
Sara Brown is responsible for all marketing communications at IoT systems provider MultiTech. Brown is a strategic marketing professional dedicated to driving quantifiable business results with data-driven outreach to IoT/M2M user markets. For nearly 20 years, she’s boosted revenue of organizations big and small; including Sierra Wireless, Telit, and Wavecom.