London, April 28 - ParStream, the IoT analytics platform company, announced today that Co-Founder and CTO, Michael Hummel, will deliver a presentation titled, "From M2M Data to IoT Data: Analytics New Frontier," at the M2M World Congress 2015 held on April 28-29 in London, UK. This major industry event explores the tools and innovations influencing IoT growth opportunities across industries.
ABI Research, a leading technology analyst firm, estimates IoT-connected devices will exceed 1600 exabytes by 2020. ParStream was recently recognized by ABI Research as an industry pioneer in edge analytics with its IoT platform, purpose-built to deliver a complete IoT analytics solution. At the core of the platform is ParStream DB, a patented database delivering sub-second query response times on billions of data records.
Hummel's presentation will highlight the latest advancements, opportunities, and challenges shaping the future of IoT, in industries manufacturing, renewable energy and telematics. In addition to speaking at the event, ParStream will also be exhibiting two different demonstrations of IoT analytics in-action, including one driving operational excellence in telecommunications and another enabling new business models for telematics companies.
"The Internet of Things will continue to transform traditional business and operational models," said Michael Hummel, co-Founder and CTO at ParStream. "Innovations such as edge analytics and fog computing are accelerating this transformation, as enterprises gain actionable insights to make better, faster decisions and generate more value from their IoT data."
M2M World Congress 2015 is the world’s leading M2M conference & M2M summit focusing on M2M applications, hardware for automotive, healthcare, asset and fleet management, manufacturing, security, retail point of sales, smart grid, smart metering, smart home and consumer electronics industry.
Presentation: "From M2M Data to IoT Data: Analytics New Frontier"
When: April 29, 2015, 3:10pm GMT
Where: Grand Connaught Rooms (Grand Hall)
61-65 Great Queen St. London, WC2B BDA United Kingdom