Founder & CEO Todd Greene Featured on Panel Discussion "Building Smart Homes of the Future – What to Expect?"
San Francisco, CA -- October 27, 2014 -- PubNub, the leading Data Stream Network, today announced that Todd Greene, founder & CEO, will participate in the interactive panel, "Building Smart Homes of the future – what to expect?" at the Internet of Things (IoT) Global Summit taking place October 27-28 in Washington, D.C. The panel will highlight the smart home vision of enabling residents to monitor, connect and control their home through a smartphone. Participants will further address challenges to wide-scale smart home adoption including interoperability, privacy and security. Attendees can also visit PubNub at Booth #7 during the two-day conference to learn more about the company’s solutions for secure, real-time IoT communications.
“Consumers now have the ability to monitor their home, make changes while on-the-go, and command their home remotely, all in real time,” said Todd Greene, founder and CEO of PubNub. “As the number of home automation devices continues to grow, secure and reliable real-time interaction through a global data stream network will be increasingly critical.”
- What: Todd Greene, Founder & CEO, PubNub, will participate in the panel discussion "Building Smart Homes of the future – what to expect?
- When: Monday October 27, 2014, 3:40 – 5:10 pm ET. (Session 2C)
- Where: The National Press Club, Washington D.C.
- Why: The digital transformation of global economies continues, driven by the demand for innovation alongside economic imperatives such as cost reduction and globalization. The Internet of Things is central to this disruption of traditional economic activities, with companies everywhere increasingly realizing its potential to deliver innovative new services and solutions, and to address issues such as climate change, job creation and growth, better healthcare and more efficient transport systems to name a few. For further information about the IoT Global Summit, please visit here.