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Momenta Edge Podcast

Deeper explorations into Connected Industry and beyond

Welcome to the Momenta Edge podcast series, which feature leading practitioners and thinkers across Connected Industry and the digital technology landscape.  The podcast format allows for more free-form and in-depth explorations of topics of interest, and we’re targeting guests that provide unique perspectives on connected industries and technologies, and relevant adjacencies. Keep an eye out for our upcoming guests.  We welcome any comments, feedback or show suggestions – please sent to edge@momenta.partners.

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Posted by Ed Maguire - Insights Partner on January 23, 2018

Insight Vector: Using Blockchain to secure critical data for IoT

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Innovation and market perspectives from leading IoT thought leaders

Insight Vector: Using Blockchain to secure critical data for IoT 

Our conversation with Ian Smith, CEO of Gospel Technology, highlighted how data security within traditional centralized computing models is well architected from the start, but over time the challenges of changes, updates, patches and fixes become extremely difficult to manage.  Ian speaks about his experience with data storage and large-scale data centers provided a jumping off point to incorporate Hyperledger into his latest startup, using a distributed security model for increased trust.

Posted by Ed Maguire - Insights Partner on January 16, 2018

Insight Vector: Cisco's journey to digital transformation (Part 2)

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Innovation and market perspectives from leading IoT thought leaders

In the first part of our interview, Jeanne Beliveau-Dunn shares the challenges that Cisco faced in preparing for the incoming wave of connectivity bought on by the Internet of Things. She discusses the development of the “Internet of Everything”  strategy and the learnings for Cisco and their customers.  In Part 2, Jeanne details the need for in-house skill development, the obstacles that prevent successful IoT adoption and the impact of IoT and digitization within different industries.

Posted by Ed Maguire - Insights Partner on January 10, 2018

Insight Vector: Cisco's journey of digital transformation (Part 1)

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Innovation and market perspectives from leading IoT thought leaders

In the first part of our interview, Jeanne Beliveau-Dunn shares the challenges that Cisco faced in preparing for the incoming wave of connectivity bought on by the Internet of Things. She discusses the development of the “Internet of Everything”  strategy and the learnings for Cisco and their customers.  In Part 2, Jeanne details the need for in-house skill development, the obstacles that prevent successful IoT adoption and the impact of IoT and digitization within different industries.

Posted by Ed Maguire - Insights Partner on January 4, 2018

Value Vector: Why the Edge is killing the Cloud

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As industries look to the edge, need for cost-effective, real-time data analytics has never been greater.

Computing paradigms are cyclical in nature. Over the last few decades, we’ve experienced several cycles alternating between centralization and decentralization, from mainframes and minicomputers to client server and multi-tier architecture, back to a more centralized cloud-first architecture.  With the explosion of Internet-connected devices that help us make sense of our world through data collection and analytics, we’re seeing a distributed model emerge with the rise of edge and mobile edge computing.  Edge computing platforms operate closer to the network edge, and closer to things and data sources, integrating the capabilities of networks, storage, and applications.  A report by IDC in 2015 predicted that by 2019, 45% of IoT created data will be stored, processed, analyzed and acted upon close to, or at the edge of the network. 

Posted by Ed Maguire - Insights Partner on December 29, 2017

8 IIoT Predictions for 2018 (No.8): Standards, but no Rosetta Stone for IoT

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Eight IIoT predictions for 2018

We have seen an enormous amount of progress in the industrial ecosystem in 2017. The ever evolving landscape of Digital transformation is in full speed providing many exciting new business models as well as providing solutions to some of the problems that have plagued traditional industries since their inception. We see longstanding business models reinvented as more businesses are realizing the need to digitally transform their businesses. We're also starting to move from pilots to ROI as the adoption of connected devices is  accelerating industries like manufacturing and energy according to a recent Verizon study.

Momenta Partners is committed to helping our clients, partners, and stakeholders navigate this evolving landscape and deliver sustainable value from Connected Industry.  To achieve this, we keep our finger on the pulse regarding industry trends and developments. Here's what we see as the 8  key developments for 2018 in IIoT, with suggested resources to enable you to learn more: 

Posted by Ed Maguire - Insights Partner on December 28, 2017

8 IIoT Predictions for 2018 (No.7): Growing investment drive real ROI

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Eight IIoT predictions for 2018

We have seen an enormous amount of progress in the industrial ecosystem in 2017. The ever evolving landscape of Digital transformation is in full speed providing many exciting new business models as well as providing solutions to some of the problems that have plagued traditional industries since their inception. We see longstanding business models reinvented as more businesses are realizing the need to digitally transform their businesses. We're also starting to move from pilots to ROI as the adoption of connected devices is  accelerating industries like manufacturing and energy according to a recent Verizon study.

Momenta Partners is committed to helping our clients, partners, and stakeholders navigate this evolving landscape and deliver sustainable value from Connected Industry.  To achieve this, we keep our finger on the pulse regarding industry trends and developments. Here's what we see as the 8  key developments for 2018 in IIoT, with suggested resources to enable you to learn more: