Sam Lucero

Sam Lucero

Sam Lucero is a seasoned industry analyst with over 16 years of experience analyzing telecommunications and networking technology markets. His current area of research focus centers on the Internet of Things (IoT) platforms market. For over a decade, he has researched the markets for machine-to-machine (M2M) and 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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Arm goes full-stack with introduction of Pelion IoT Platform

On 2 August 2018, Arm announced the acquisition of data management firm Treasure Data and the launch/re-branding of its IoT platform as “Pelion”. It reportedly acquired Mountain View, CA-based Treasure Data for about $600 million, making it one of the largest acquisitions in Arm’s history. At a time when the large, diverse IoT platform vendor landscape is slowly starting to consolidate, and many vendors are starting to focus more narrowly on the areas where they can differentiate, Arm is taking a contrarian approach by going full-stack, and broadly-horizontal.

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IoT Platforms for Smart Cities Report - 2018

This market report provides a concise assessment the global market opportunity for Internet of Things (IoT) platforms used to enable smart city operations. Throughout the report we use the term “smart city platforms” rather than “IoT platforms for smart cities”. IHS Markit defines IoT platforms in general as software and supporting services that help customers to build IoT applications and manage IoT connections, devices, and data. IoT platforms abstract common complexities away from the customer and enable the customer to focus on their unique value proposition.

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Enterprise & IT
IoT Platform Market Tracker - Q1 2018

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