The Internet of things (IOT), a process where humans are somewhat removed from the loop, is dramatically changing the world around us, and a lot faster than we can imagine. Companies are connecting thousands of devices everyday, allowing them to use and track data like never before.
What is the Internet of Things?
The Internet of Things is the connection of devices to the Internet, allowing devices to collect and exchange data and in turn, allow for quicker and better decision-making. IOT is a sector that is rapidly growing around us, changing the way business operates and the way everyday individuals go about their day-to-day lives.
Not quiet sure how it works…
It’s 2025 and you’re stepping out of the office to hail a cab to your important business meeting. Of course, your Google Calendar automatically scanned your Gmail and uploaded an entry for your meeting to your phone. Your phone told your office that you were leaving. By the time you’re at the front door, your self-driving Google Cab has pulled up. You hop in and start to tell it where you want to go. Of course, it already knows. Oh, and by the way, your Google cab is free!
It’s Autumn and you’ve heard that the snow season is lining up to be a cracker. Last weekend, you were browsing new ski jackets at the shops. You didn’t buy any of course; your old one is perfectly fine! You did try one on though.
What’s really weird is that the five screens in your Google cab just happen to be playing adverts for the jacket. The jacket sent a cookie to your smart watch. The cookie knows that you tried the jacket on, but didn’t leave the store with it. Your smart watch tells your cab which then plays you the adverts for the entire cab ride. It’s real world re-targeting. (Dave Bonouvrie, Business Insider)
Rapid IOT growth
Over the next 5 years, companies are expected to spend almost $5 trillion on IOT, with many describing it as the next industrial revolution. Projections suggest a total of 22.5 billion IOT devises will be in full use by 2025, leaving people around the world surrounded by IOT devices around the house, in the office and at the local supermarket (Source: BI Global IoT Executive Survey, 2016) The Internet of Things will touch many industries as businesses use smart automation to create new products and services for their customers. This will not only allow for greater customer interaction, but businesses will have unprecedented access to customer data, allowing customers to be targeted in ways that they have never experienced before.
With more and more devices being connected, security and privacy concerns are on the rise. Companies working closely on, or beginning work with IOT, have made safeguarding data a top priority, where the protection of sensitive data is ranked as a top concern amongst enterprises (Source: Vormetric Data Threat Report, 2016)
IOT and 5G Networks
The Internet of Things provides some exciting times ahead for tech companies. 5G Networks’ access to state of the art infrastructure allows us to build our very own IOT networks providing customers with optimum IOT services, designed to enhance business effectiveness. With access to superfast networks, 5G Networks will also be able to develop and support future IOT systems. Overall, we are excited about this new revolution and about our ability to assist our clients navigate through it.
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5G Networks Ltd controls the business of both 5G Networks Operations and Enspire Australia. Today investors from all around Australia may apply to invest in the business via the Prospectus found at www.5Gnetworks.com.au
5G Networks is an innovative and new take on broadband network infrastructure, and is poised to become the leading gateway for superfast broadband networks and cloud infrastructure.
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Funds raised will be used by 5G Networks to rapidly grow its network, customer base and revenue. 5G Networks will achieve growth through targeted acquisitions, which have already commenced with the acquisition of Enspire Australia, once listing is completed. In addition, 5G Networks will grow organically by continually building its customer base and partners.
Cloud based management of business systems and data
Enspire is capable of delivering the cloud solutions that thousands of Australian mid-market corporates require. Enspire has been doing business in Australia since 1999 and is a proven performer as a provider and facilitator of cloud computing services.
The Managing Director of 5G Networks, Mr Joe Demase, has been actively involved in preparing both 5G Networks and Enspire for the listing. “It has been a very busy time for all the teams at both 5G and Enspire. I would like to take this opportunity to thank my fellow Directors and the hardworking professional teams involved for their efforts. I am very proud of our work to date, and look forward bringing more innovation and great service to the sector in the future.” he said.
For more information on the 5G Network’s listing please visit www.5gnetworks.com.au .
These are just the type of headlines that make IT managers’ stomachs flip, particularly for those companies that rely on their ability to remain connected. Today many companies are massively dependent upon their ability to communicate with their teams, their customers and, increasingly, the cloud. Losing that access can be a very costly exercise, even if only for one day.
If this sounds like you then you should start investigating your failover strategy. Start by analysing the cost of down time. What would happen to your business if your network became unavailable? How much would it cost in lost sales or staff downtime?
The answer could be as simple as a call to 5G Networks. They have the ability to offer a redundancy service over the wireless network, so if your fibre service is broken, data will failover to a high speed wireless service.
Settle your stomach and call us today.
On 13 September 2017 the Australian Communications and Media Authority (the ACMA) granted 5G Network Operations Pty Ltd a carrier licence under subsection 56(1) of the Telecommunications Act 1997.
In Australia, the owner of a network unit used to supply carriage services - such as telephony or internet, must hold a carrier licence. This is an important step in further advancing the 5G Networks business model and enables the organisation to provide its services in accordance with its business plans and in a manner consistent with all prevailing legislation and sector guidelines.