Marc Sauter | Head Of Mobile Private Networks
Vodafone Business

Marc Sauter, Head Of Mobile Private Networks, Vodafone Business

Marc is responsible for leading Vodafone?s IoT Product Management including flagship products like IoT Management Platform GDSP, Invent and Internet in the Car (IITC). In addition Marc is also responsible for Vodafone?s Mobile Private Network (MPN) business, which includes on-campus MPN connectivity, dedicated Multi-Edge Cloud (MEC) and associated End-to-End Solutions. Previously, Marc was Head of Consulting, Innovation & Channel Management, supporting our customers driving innovation and implementing their digital transformation strategy by leveraging the latest communication technology. He was also responsible for our VGE strategy and sales channel management. Marc joined Vodafone in May 2010 and held various management roles in Vodafone?s IoT business: As Head of Commercial and Marketing, he was responsible for leading the overall commercial and marketing strategy and execution for Vodafone IoT globally. Marc was Head of IoT Central Europe & Africa, where he was responsible for driving Vodafone?s IoT growth, business strategy, sales and profit and loss in the region. As Head of IoT Strategy and Business Development, Marc developed the business strategy for Vodafone?s IoT business, including M&A and the IoT partner management strategy. Marc has a wealth of senior management experience. After starting his career at HP, he went on to work at Siemens and Cinterion Wireless Modules, focusing on R&D, strategy, business development and product management within the communications and industry sector. There he grew his knowledge of mobile communications and IoT, focusing on the industry sector and process automation. Marc holds a Master?s degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Cambridge in the UK and a Master?s in Business Administration from the European School of Business in Reutlingen, Germany.


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Industry 4.0: Transforming Manufacturing through 5G

  • How will 5G enhance flexibility & efficiency in production?
  • Exploring the Smart Factory ecosystem
  • 5G, IoT, M2M, Big Data & Advanced Robotics; facilitating tech synergies
  • Private spectrum & network slicing
last published: 17/May/21 19:15 GMT

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