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Learn about computing at edge w/ experts from Princeton, Cisco, Intel, network w/ IoT professionals in NYC.
Wednesday, April 19, 2017 at 06:00 PM    Cost: $15
Urban Tech Hub @ GCT, 335 Madison Ave, 4th Fl
 
     
 
 
              

          
 
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Fog computing is rapidly emerging as the necessary architecture in IoT, 5G and other advanced digital scenarios, due to latency, networking and bandwidth challenges in traditional architectural approaches.

Please join us in hearing from leading fog computing experts:

Tao Zhang, Cisco

Mung Chiang, Princeton University

Steve Vandris, Intel

Agenda

6:00pm Arrive & Networking

6:45pm Welcome & Intro Mitchell Golner, IoT Central

6:55pm Intro to OpenFog Consortium Tao Zhang, Cisco

7:05pm OpenFog Consortium Overview

Fog Computing Mung Chiang, Princeton University

Edge Vs. Fog Tao Zhang, Cisco

Use Cases Steve Vandris, Intel

7:50pm Panel Discussion

8:10pm Q&A

8:20pm Member Announcements

8:25pm Networking

9:00pm End of Event

You will learn:

Why fog computing is the necessary architecture for IoT, 5G and AI

How customers are deploying fog computing via real-world use cases

Technical advantages and challenges of fog computingSecurity challenges in fog computing

Pricing for this event is discounted to $15 until March 20 and will be available online for $25 after March 20. Student discount available upon request.

We thank our general IoT Central sponsors for this event Microchip.

*** IMPORTANT: Please note that we need your full name (first + last) for building security and you must bring a photo ID to the event. If we do not have your name or you don't bring a photo ID, the building will not let you into the event ***

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