Millions of new LPWA devices will require their own data plans, just like your cellphone. How can these all be managed at once? Telit IoT expert Alon Segal discusses exactly what features enterprises should expect from their connectivity provider in order to manage these devices.
About Our Guest: Alon Segal
Alon Segal is responsible for the technology roadmap and product strategy. He is a visionary technologist and Entrepreneur with global work experience. Throughout his career he has held senior technical roles that contributed to business growth and leading edge innovation. Prior to joining Telit Alon was the Chief Product Officer and co-founder of Zoeticx, a ground breaking SaaS middleware solution that turns healthcare IT into an active environment, where patient medical information reaches out for providers’ attention.
Alon served as Vice President of Portfolio Product Management at Amdocs (NYSE:DOX) a $3B Telecom billing giant where he was responsible for the overall product portfolio roadmap and alignment. He was founder and CEO at Telespree Communications, a leading enabler of cloud-based wireless data services (Acquired by Evolving Systems). Prior to Telespree, Alon worked at Electronics For Imaging (NSADAQ:EFII) as a General Manager for Production Printing Systems, EFI's most profitable business unit.
Alon has authored and been granted multiple patents, and his industry efforts have been recognized throughout his career as a recipient of numerous awards. Alon received an MBA in Finance and Operations Research from Tel Aviv University and a B.Cs Cum Laude from Technion (Israel Institute of Technology).
About our sponsor
First Things First is sponsored by Telit, a global provider of wireless connectivity modules, platforms, IoT operator services and professional services. Telit supports thousands of direct and indirect customers by enabling hundreds of millions of connected ‘things.’ With almost two decades of IoT innovation experience, Telit delivers secure, integrated end-to-end IoT solutions for many of the world’s largest brands, including enterprises, OEMs, system integrators, and service providers across industries.