M2M, IoT & Connectivity

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The world is going digital, driven by near-ubiquitous connectivity, continually decreasing costs in processing and sensor solutions, and the internet’s ability to facilitate communication among electronic devices. In addition, we’re all trying to navigate IoT—a technological evolution based on how connected devices can enhance communication, automate complex industrial processes, make cities and homes smarter, and provide a wealth of information for processing into useful actions aimed at making our lives easier.

Be equipped to take advantage of the IoT’s many exciting opportunities with our thorough analysis and data on wired and wireless connectivity technologies. Coverage encompasses the role of high-speed and low-power connectivity, the impact on cellular M2M markets and the ecosystems, software and services that need to be in place to realize the IoT’s full potential.
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  • Sam Lucero | September 21, 2017
    As with all Mobile World Congress events for the past five years, the Internet of Things (IoT) featured prominently in the announcements companies made at the show, as well as in what they chose to display on the show floor.
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  • Pablo Tomasi, Thomas Frashier | September 18, 2017
    Itron agreed to acquire Silver Spring Networks (SSN) in a transaction valued around $830 million, which is expected to be completed in late 2017 or early 2018.
  • Pablo Tomasi | September 13, 2017
    The smart city market continues to grow supported by the initiatives of multiple companies. The two recent news announcements of HPE partnering with PwC and of Philips Lighting partnering with American Tower Corporation show the role of partnerships as enablers of smart city growth. These development show the depth of the smart city market, where partnerships can unlock value for companies across the whole value chain from original equipment manufacturers (OEM), to service providers. While the two announcements set difference focus regions and have different targets, similarities appear in the targeted verticals as well as in the wider goal to support the development of smart cities beyond individual categories.
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Complete perspectives and insight into the cellular IoT market, including up-to-date forecasts and detailed reports on key market topics and trends. Insights guided by IHS Markit end-to-end mobile perspectives across the entire telecom market.
Market forecasts on wireless technology adoption, highlighting key shifts that will occur in the high-speed wireless landscape, focused on Ethernet, Wi-Fi and Classic and Smart Ready Bluetooth®.
This service, combining strategic analysis and real-time forecasts, provides clients with the insight needed to make critical business decisions and maximize growth opportunities in the burgeoning IoT market.
Provides accurate analysis and deep insight of the key metrics of relevant players in low-power wireless systems and technologies.
One of the major challenges facing cities today is the increase in worldwide urban population, and the inevitable strain this puts on city systems and resources. This service examines how cities around the world are implementing new, connected technology solutions to cope with these challenges, and provides insightful analysis to technology providers in the smart city market.
The Smart Manufacturing Intelligence Service - Annual will provide news, commentary and analyst insight to ensure that you can easily keep abreast of developments as they happen. It will offer a one-stop information source that filters reality from all the hype, and offers an unbiased and realistic view of the implications for different industry stakeholders.

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  • Sam Lucero | September 11, 2017
    This report provides enterprise end-user survey data offering insight into the use and perception of merchant connection management platform (CMPs) and merchant CMPs vendors by enterprise customers in eight countries: Australia, Canada, China, India, Singapore, the United Kingdom, and the United States. The survey of 120 qualified respondents was conducted in May and June of 2017. To qualify, respondents had to have detailed knowledge of and purchase decision influence for their organizations’ cellular IoT connectivity management platforms.
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  • Pablo Tomasi | September 08, 2017
    This Smart City Profile is one of a series produced as part of the IHS Smart Cities Intelligence Series. These dedicated studies are designed to complement the group’s already extensive research portfolio by providing in-depth analysis on market development at the individual city level. These profiles provide a valuable bench-marking tool for clients active in the global smart cities market.
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  • Julian Watson | August 18, 2017
    This report assesses the 2017 Status of the IoT Connectivity Market.
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  • September 19, 2017
    The IoT Devices & Connectivity Market Tracker provides clients with the most current estimates and forecasts on the IoT market. The IoT Market Tracker database includes a wealth of quantitative data, including annual historic and forecast data for equipment shipments, installed base, and connectivity penetration ...
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    Christian Kim | July 19, 2017
    The expanding world of connected devices is becoming more diverse as original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) integrate multiple connectivity technologies in a widening range of both consumer and enterprise devices...
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  • Pablo Tomasi | July 17, 2017
    The Smart Cities Project Tracker is updated on a quarterly basis, and contains information on approximately 400 smart city projects around the world. All these projects use integrated information and communications technology (ICT) systems to improve efficiency, manage complexity and enhance citizen quality of life, leading to sustainable improvement in city operations.
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  • Icon Senior Director, IT and Networking
    As Senior Research Director for the IT and Networking group within IHS Technology, Bill manages the core strategy, personnel, research, analysis, and commercial planning for the division. Currently, Bill’s primary focus is Connectivity and the Internet of Things (IoT).
  • Icon Research Director, IoT Connectivity and Smart Cities
    Jenalea Howell is the Research Director of the IoT Connectivity and Smart Cities team within IHS Technology with a major focus on industrial IoT. She has more than eight years of research and consulting experience covering industrial automation markets with a narrowing focus on energy efficiency, industrial IoT and smart manufacturing before joining the IT & Networking team in early 2016.
  • Icon Senior Principal Analyst, M2M and IoT
    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.
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