Ibraheem is a member of the Operator Business Services and IoT research team in London, and contributes to the IoT and M2M Services and Private Networks research programmes. He has written on topics including private LTE/5G networks, IoT eSIMs and iSIMs and LPWA networks, and has conducted research on IoT verticals such as smart metering and smart buildings. Ibraheem holds a BSc in economics from the University of Warwick, and wrote his dissertation on the impact of technology on sleep.
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