Sandy Verma / Senior Director of Asia Pacific for Internet of Things Solutions, AT & T

Last updated on profile page : September 8th, 2015


Sandy Verma leads AT&T’s Internet of Things Strategy & Solutions in the Asia Pacific. AT&T’s global IoT practice provides an industry-leading innovative suite of machine-to-machine (M2M) services with global connectivity, application delivery platforms, and vertical strategies – supported by professional services and a consulting practice instituting world-class organizational transformation (i.e., changing the way people work and live).

Now based in Hong Kong, Sandy has a dynamic track record of more than a decade in the wireless industry. He has been at the forefront of mobility solutions developments that include the transition to digital, the launch of 3G and 4G, the rise of smartphones, and the age of connected devices. Sandy joined AT&T in the United States in 2001 and brings his experience in strategic management, enterprise solutions, product and marketing innovation, and integrating Cloud, VPN, and Network Security solutions.

Sandy graduated with a Masters in Business Administration and International Trade from the Peter Drucker Graduate School of Management in Claremont University and the University of Oxford. He is also a graduate from the Management Program for Executives from the Institute for Communication Technology Management at the University of Southern California.

By Sandy Verma on ParisTech Review

L'Internet des objets est un réseau d'objets physiques connectés via l'Internet. C'est aussi une expression en vogue pour décrire un nouveau paysage technologique qui transforme la façon dont nous vivons et travaillons. Mais son potentiel est-il bien compris, et sommes-nous prêts pour cette nouvelle vague de la révolution industrielle?
The Internet of Things (IoT) is essentially a network of physical objects connected via the Internet, a buzzword for a new technology landscape that is reshaping the way we live and work. But is its potential understood and are we prepared for a new wave of industrial revolution?

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