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NTT Communications' Presentation on “How to Ride the Wave of IoT” at ICT Conference & Expo 2015 in Hong Kong

Date April 21, 2015 (Thursday)
Event Highlights

Smart city is one of the hottest and most influential topics driven by the Internet of Things (IoT), big data, mobility, supply chain management and other important technologies. During an event entitled “Internet of Things – Smarter City” organized by the Communications Association of Hong Kong (CAHK), hundreds of industry professionals gathered on 21 April to exchange ideas on how the rise of the IoT could create huge potential benefits for society, as well as lucrative business opportunities for organizations.

Patrick Ng, Executive Vice President, Global Network Business Division of NTT Com Asia, shared how enterprises should get prepared and ride the wave of the IoT with the right Information and Communications Technologies (ICT). Cloud, data center, network communications and mobile connectivity are all significant building blocks supporting enterprises for ever-growing big data and fast-changing business needs.

Mr. Patrick Ng, Executive Vice President, Global Network Business Division of NTT Com Asia, shared how enterprises should get ready for the emerging IoT landscape

CAHK ICT Conference & Expo 2015 - Internet of Things - Smart City

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