M2M, IoT & Connectivity

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Market insight and analysis on wired and wireless connectivity technologies and the opportunities offered by the Internet of Things (IoT).
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  • Sam Lucero | March 21, 2016
    Network slicing – as a utilization of NFV, SDN, and distributed data centers – enables a single physical network to be used for many different use cases and applications; it is, essentially, a technique to allocate separated logical “slices” for varied purposes. Each slice is a virtual network using a subset of resources of the physical network. These slices are deployable in automated and flexible ways via software. Using SDN and NFV technologies, a separate slice can be set up for each of a wide range of IoT applications. Importantly, network slicing gifts mobile operators with flexibility, speed, and fine-grained network optimization.
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  • Sam Lucero | March 21, 2016
    While oneM2M is an important effort to unite the fragmented IoT standards landscape, it originates in the telecom industry and is not universally recognized or accepted as the best path forward toward a fully interoperable IoT market. In addition, leading ICT companies, such as Amazon, Apple, Google, and Samsung, are unlikely to abandon their own efforts to create essentially proprietary, albeit not closed, IoT ecosystems. Nevertheless, given oneM2M’s basic approach of harmonizing existing technologies and incorporating the input of a broad base of global standards bodies and stakeholders, IHS believes oneM2M is one of the most promising paths towards an interoperable Internet of Things.
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  • Sam Lucero, John Byrne, Roz Euan-Smith | March 16, 2016
    Bosch introduced its “Bosch IoT Cloud” offering at its Bosch ConnectedWorld conference in Berlin, Germany in March 2016. Bosch’s IoT Cloud is the latest in a series of major ICT vendor announcements of IoT platform offerings. Bosch is placing heavy emphasis on the German location of its cloud data centers, citing the privacy benefit for customers.
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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.
In recent years, the demand and expectation for connectivity has expanded beyond consumer devices market, with companies and governments worldwide investing in technology to enable similar communication capabilities in their various assets, machines, and equipment. This trend has led to the rapid growth of the cellular machine-to-machine (M2M) market. Given the rising use of M2M in industries ranging from automotive to healthcare to utilities, this market presents a significant opportunity for companies that have a thorough understanding of its current dynamics and future outlook.
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. The IHS Smart Cities Intelligence 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.

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  • Roz Euan-Smith | April 29, 2016
    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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  • Bluetooth Expands into the Internet of Things
    Christian Kim | April 28, 2016
    This report is part of a series of Insight Reports produced by the Connectivity & IoT Group at IHS. These dedicated studies are designed to complement the group’s already extensive research portfolio by providing in-depth analysis on the uptake of wireless technology in specific vertical markets, regions and applications.
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  • Omar Talpur | February 26, 2016
    This survey is the first deliverable for the IHS Critical Communication Broadband Service - 2016. The aim of the survey was to find the current viewpoints of licensed mobile radio (LMR) end-users on current and future technologies, specifically the future implementation of broadband (LTE) networks for their critical communication needs.
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  • Lee Ratliff | April 14, 2016
    Quarterly analysis around low power technologies that enable M2M systems and products
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  • Christian Kim | April 07, 2016
    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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  • March 24, 2016
    Up-to-date, global forecasts on M2M connections and M2M module shipments as well as insight into the cellular M2M competitive environment
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  • Paul Bremner | April 07, 2016
    Light + Building, the world’s largest trade fair for lighting and building service technology, saw new records set in the number of visitors, the number of exhibitors, and the area occupied. I attended the fair for three days along with my colleagues, Alice Tao and Mike Hornung.
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  • Roz Euan-Smith | November 06, 2015
    This presentation highlights the top market trends the 2015 Smart Cities Week event which took place on September 15-17 in Washington, D.C. The presentation also provides our key takeaways from the show and discusses what these issues suggest about the future direction of the smart cities market.
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  • Sam Lucero, Josh Builta | March 13, 2015
    This presentation highlights the top M2M news and information that you need to know from the 2015 Mobile World Congress show which took place on March 2-5 in Barcelona, Spain. The presentation also provides our key takeaways from the show and discusses what these issues suggest about the future direction
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  • Icon Director, Internet of Things, M2M & Digital
    Bill Morelli is an associate director with the IHS Information Technology and Telecommunications divisions and is responsible for leading the IHS analyst teams covering cellular machine-to-machine communications as well as digital identification and security.
  • Icon Directing Analyst, M2M and IoT
    Mobility and networking expert John Byrne joined Infonetics Research/IHS in October 2014, bringing with him more than 15 years of experience as a technology analyst, practice and research director, and strategist.
  • Icon Senior Principal Analyst, M2M
    Sam Lucero is a seasoned industry analyst with over a decade of experience analyzing telecommunications and networking technology markets. He has spent the last seven years assessing...
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