Malcolm Subramony

Malcolm Subramony

Executive Head of Department: IoT Solutions Development & Delivery Vodacom

Malcolm Subramony is responsible for Vodacom’s IoT Connectivity  GTM focusing on  NB-IoT, Mobile Private Network (MPN), 5G with dedicated Multi-Edge Cloud (MEC) and associated E2E Solutions within the Mining, Manufacturing, Warehouse/Logistics, FMCG and Petrochemical industries. Malcolm is a seasoned solutions specialist within the Telecom Solutions industry with over 20 years of experience. He is currently responsible for driving innovation and strategy for building new commercial, business, partner and customer engagement models. Provide thought leadership around Connectivity, Platforms, Applications, Digital Transformation and Cybersecurity for IoT architecture and integration.

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Wednesday 11/05/2022

From 09:05 To 09:50

05/11/2022 09:05 05/11/2022 09:50 Connectivity & Integration - Managing Remote Operations in Africa
  • As mining companies seek to mitigate the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic and act to safeguard employees, some have relocated around 15-20% of their on-site workforce by setting up “control towers” to facilitate remote working.  
  • The drivers of technology in the industry have moved to develop more resilient, responsive, and flexible operating models suited to an increasingly uncertain environment. 
  • High level security, transparency and reliability are required across multiple operating regions in order to share business-critical data – but how is this being achieved amidst pan-African challenges? 
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"Connectivity & Integration - Managing Remote Operations in Africa"

Andy Sherring Glen McGavigan Malcolm Subramony
Time and date

Wednesday 11/05/2022

From 09:05 To 09:50

05/11/2022 09:05 05/11/2022 09:50 Connectivity & Integration - Managing Remote Operations in Africa
  • As mining companies seek to mitigate the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic and act to safeguard employees, some have relocated around 15-20% of their on-site workforce by setting up “control towers” to facilitate remote working.  
  • The drivers of technology in the industry have moved to develop more resilient, responsive, and flexible operating models suited to an increasingly uncertain environment. 
  • High level security, transparency and reliability are required across multiple operating regions in order to share business-critical data – but how is this being achieved amidst pan-African challenges? 
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