Large scale and global IoT: Telenor Connexion

Friday Seminar
Date and time: November 30, 2018 2:30 PM - 4:00 PM
Place: EIT Digital Open Area, Floor 3, Elevator C, Electrum Kista
Speaker: Göran Näslund/Cristoff Martin, TeleNor Connexion

Telenor Connexion is one of the world’s leading and fastest growing providers of managed services for enterprises with large international fleets of connected devices. In this seminar we will share some of the lessons learned from serving more than 10 million IoT devices across more 180  countries and regions. We will also provide our perspective on what this type of enterprises are trying to achieve, how to realize this and what are the usual pitfalls. Looking forward to a good debate!


Göran Näslund, Head of Nordics, has held various roles within IoT and Digital transformation across Telecom and Industry since 2002. Examples of roles held prior to joining Telenor Connexion includes Head of Digital Machining at Sandvik Coromant, Global Business Developer at Vodafone IoT and Sales Director for Wireless Maingate. As head of Nordics Göran is working with some of the most advanced connected solutions in the world including those deployed by Scania, Volvo Cars and Husqvarna. Göran has been in the IT industry since 1986.


Cristoff Martin, CMO, the Chief Marketing Officer of Telenor Connexion with responsibility  for marketing, business management and strategy. He has more than 15 years’ experience having worked across high tech and telecom industries including research, strategy, sales and product management. Experience includes multiple Portfolio and Product Management leadership roles at Ericsson and strategy consulting for McKinsey & Co. He has worked with connected devices since the early 2000s when he was developing technology for connecting cars over satellite at SES GLOBAL. Cristoff received the PhD degree in electrical engineering from KTH in Stockholm, Sweden

Coffee and cake will be served

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