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CONNECTIONS - Hardware as a Services Panel Discussion

CONNECTIONS - Hardware as a Services Panel Discussion


About The Episode

As hardware becomes more advanced and software updates are incorporated, features are enabled that allow for monthly service revenues to be achieved. As devices become more integrated, they add value through monitoring capabilities. This session, moderated by podcast co-host and research director, Chris White, spotlights leaders pioneering the hardware-as-a-service business model.


Terry Anderton, Founder & CEO, WAGZ

Rebecca Belding, VP, Silicon Valley Bank 

Tom Klein, Senior Director, IoT Business Development, DigiCert

Bob Langlois, Founder, Water Control Management

About CONNECTIONS- The Premier Connected Home Conference:
Bringing together more than 1,500 senior executives, CONNECTIONS™ provides networking opportunities combined with visionary keynotes and virtual sessions. The Parks Associates analyst team leads all conference sessions, which are focused on technology innovations, consumer adoption and trends, product and service forecasts, and the evaluation of new business strategies, partnerships, monetization opportunities, and value-added service design.

About Chris White, Research Director, Parks Associates:

Chris is a research director with Parks Associates, covering the smart home and smart energy markets. He was previously a Director of Insights at PeopleMetrics in Philadelphia and the Data Manager of a youth-serving collaborative in New Orleans. He leverages this background in marketing research and data gathering to contribute to the design of Parks Associates consumer surveys.

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