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Bret Greenstein

Member since March 2018Contact Bret

Bret Greenstein is Vice President and Global Leader of IBM Watson’s Internet of Things Offerings, aimed at reaching consumers at scale by establishing new IoT products and volume offerings by tightly collaborating across IBM business units and leveraging capabilities from The Weather Company. Since joining IBM Watson IoT, Bret and his team have been instrumental in helping industrial clients around the world to design, build, and operate connected things through software solutions and industry expertise. His team was also recognized by industry analysts earning IBM recognition through it’s recent Leadership position on Forrester’s Wave report. Bret has over 28 years of technology and leadership experience in all aspects of IBM's business; including hardware, software, service delivery, and business transformation. He holds patents in the areas of collaboration systems and is a graduate of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute with a Bachelor degree in Electrical Engineering, and a Masters degree in Manufacturing Systems Engineering.

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  • 5G: The Beginning And End Of IoT As We Know It Today in AI & IoT Daily on 03/12/2018

    Mobile World Congress 2018 has wrapped, and 5G was everywhere, at least on the show floor. But it's not alone. Another equally red-hot topic was the Internet of Things (IoT). There's good reason why these two seem to be part of the same conversations. Two words: connected devices. We know that every thing is being connected, be it an automobile, manufacturing equipment, building sensors or even your washing machine. But consider just how fast this is all happening. BI Intelligence estimates that 22.5 billion IoT devices will be shipped globally in 2021. This massive number prompts the obvious question of how will networks be able to support this traffic?

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