Sam Lucero

Sam Lucero

Sam Lucero is a seasoned industry analyst with over 15 years of experience analyzing telecommunications and networking technology markets. For over a decade, he has researched the markets for machine-to-machine (M2M) and Internet of Things (IoT) applications. Sam has established leading M2M market research programs and managed international teams of industry analysts. He has authored numerous reports, forecast databases, and topical articles covering various aspects of the M2M/IoT market opportunity and has been widely quoted in news and trade journals, from the New York Times and the Economist to CNET and Wireless Week. Furthermore, Sam has moderated, presented, and judged at a number of industry events, including CTIA and Connected World. In 2014 Sam was named one of six “Augural Analysts” for M2M by Connected World Magazine.


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IoT Platforms Scorecard - 2017

This scorecard examines the vendor landscape for providers of merchant Connectivity Management Platforms (CMPs), a subset of the larger Internet of Things (IoT) platform market.

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Apple makes industrial play with GE app SDK partnership

On 18 October 2017 Apple and GE announced a partnership to enable development of apps that integrate with the GE Predix industrial IoT platform. Apple and GE introduced a Predix software development kit (SDK) for iOS to enable developers to build industrial applications that leverage the Predix platform’s analytical tools.

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Hitachi creates Hitachi Vantara to target data opportunity

The Hitachi Next 2017 conference this past September in Las Vegas showcased Hitachi’s ambition and strength in both general data management and IoT, two sectors that are shaping many markets, from industrial solutions to city management and from financial services to agriculture. Partnership, use cases, and success stories were presented from Hitachi partners including Intel, the City of Las Vegas, Vodafone, and Disney.

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