Designing Smarter Gateways for the Internet of Everything

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Date Jan 20, 2015
Time 1:00 PM CT
Cost Free
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COMPLIMENTARY WEBCAST
Designing Smarter Gateways for the Internet of Everything
Tuesday, January 20, 2015, 1 PM Central Time (11 AM PT / 2 PM ET)
Co-hosted by Qualcomm and Parks Associates
 
Register: http://bit.ly/QualcommCast
 
This webcast outlines the challenges associated with designing the gateway and scaling the home network to meet the needs of the Internet of Everything (IoE).
 
Over 80% of U.S. broadband households own a home network router, approximately two-thirds have an Internet-connected CE device (such as a smart TV, Blu-ray player, streaming media device, game console, or DVR), and 16% own at least one smart home device (such as a smart thermostat, door locks, or lighting).
 
Gateways are essential to connecting all these devices to the cloud and to one another.

As the number of products grows, the gateway capabilities are adapting to meet increasing demands. However, all of these devices have different network requirements, and today’s gateways treat them the same.
 
Tomorrow's gateways must be able to meet the needs of each device while ensuring the best possible network performance. They will also include tools to help consumers take advantage of new cloud-based services to manage their home, simplifying such tasks as parental controls, data and device sharing, and data security and backups.
 
Topics:
  • The evolution of the home gateway: features and new capabilities and the limitations of today's gateways
  • Adoption of home networks and connected devices and the challenges of the connected home
  • Steps to create a common framework for app developers
  • Ways to build and offer a compelling user experience
  • Strategies to prepare your home network solution for the Internet of Everything (IoE)
  • How network data can create value for the consumer, the service provider, and the device manufacturer
  • Five things changing in the home network
Presenters:
  • Todd Antes, Vice President, Product Management, Qualcomm Atheros
  • Tom Kerber, Director, Research, Home Controls & Energy, Parks Associates
Register for free: http://bit.ly/QualcommCast

 


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