Internet of Things (IOT)

Internet of Things is not one market but a set of overlapping markets with strong connections to data and analytics. Monetizing and tapping into the petabytes of unstructured flood of information generated by the IOT requires a well-executed strategy and actionable methods that creates value.

 

SIMPLIFY MANAGEMENT OF DIVERSE CONNECTED DEVICES

 

Qualcomm (QCOM) made two significant announcements at the recent CES event: Enhance its Qualcomm Network IOT Connectivity Platform to allow network devices to simultaneously use Wi-FI, Bluetooth, CSRmesh connectivity and low-rate wireless personal area networks (LR-WPANs) or 802.15.4 and enhancements to its Wi-Fi Self Organizing Network (SON) solution for management of distributed wired and wireless networks. How to they impact IoT market....


 

IOt landgrab for Connected Devices and WIRELESS spectrum

IOT connections are expected to triple by 2020 creating a multi-billion-dollar industry that will need an inexpensive, reliable, and low speed network. AT&T (NYSE:T) is estimated to have 29 million connected devices on its network and it planning to shut down its 2G network by the end of 2016. The will create opportunities for T-Mobile (NASDAQ:TMUS). Why? 


FINDING BUSINESS VALUE IN THE INTERNET OF THINGS

More and more devices will be Internet-connected, driving the revolution of online data to an entirely new level. Based on analyst and vendor estimates there will be 20 - 200 billion connected devices by 2020. Internet of Things (IoT) devices will generate 5 trillion gigabytes of data every year, creating revenue opportunities of more than $300 Billion for technology vendors, telecommunication providers and device makers. The total IoT opportunity is expected to exceed $1.4 trillion by 2017.