Cheetah Networks Featured at IoT Slam® 2020 Internet of Things Conference

IoT Network Analytics: Past, Present, and Future is the topic of Cheetah Networks’ presentation at the IoT Slam® 2020 event, hosted by the IoT Community.

Cheetah Networks’ Founder and President, Michael McCallen, explored why both private- and public-network operators need better than 99.999% uptime when delivering IoT and mission-critical applications and what is required to make that possible.

In addition, Kelly Daize at Area X.0 provided details about how Cheetah Networks is providing unprecedented visibility into the Quality of Experience at Canada’s most advanced smart-city network.

The presentation can now be viewed online


About IoT Community ® and IoT Slam ® 

The Internet of Things Community® – (IoT Community®) is the world’s largest and longest standing CxO community of senior business leaders and IoT practitioners consisting of 24,000+ members. The function of the community is to focus on the adoption and application of IoT in commercial environments, seeking to understand and contribute to applying the technology or overcoming the wide variety of barriers, inhibitors, and technical and operational issues.

The IoT Slam® 2020 Internet of Things Conference focuses on the rapidly changing landscape driven by the emergence of the Internet of Things. Coverage extends to tightly coupled themes and business models such as: IIoT, cloud, edge computing, big data, analytics, Artificial Intelligence, blockchain, 5G, Security, smart cities, buildings, healthcare and the application of IoT across other vertical industries, and much more.

Learn more at 

Louis Lambert, Cheetah Networks Communications
Phone: +1 416.219.7476