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Analysis and data upon the emerging smart home market including services and revenues, smart home automation devices and the broader home networks landscape
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  • Blake Kozak | April 27, 2016
    The Internet of Things (IoT) is a technological evolution based on how connected devices can be used to enhance communication, automate complex industrial processes, and make cities and homes smarter.
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  • Antonios Maroulis | April 26, 2016
    Nokia has undergone a major transformation over the past three years. It sold its device unit to Microsoft in 2013. In 2015, it sold HERE Maps to an automotive consortium. In 2016, Nokia has merged with Alcatel Lucent. And now it has acquired...
  • Blake Kozak | April 14, 2016
    The smart home market will continue its evolution toward machine-to-machine (M2M) communication ecosystems. This positive development for smart-home solutions providers across the supply chain will increase the number of devices the consumer interacts with in the home each day, promoting more opportunities for companies to upsell additional products and services.

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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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  • Marianne Boust | March 28, 2016
    This presentation summarizes the most important trends in the European energy storage markets, providing a focus on the business cases and the emerging business models. ...
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  • Marianne Boust | February 08, 2016
    This presentation summarises the most important trends in the global energy storage markets, providing a focus on the technology and regional mix. The presentation was delivered by Marianne Boust at the ACI’s ‘Energy Storage 2016’ conference in Paris on 3rd February 2016.
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  • Icon Director, Connected Home
    Daniel Simmons plays an integral role in developing the company’s TV Technology Intelligence service. His knowledge base is centered on customer premises equipment markets such as set-top boxes, television sets, conditional access and middleware.
  • Icon Principal Analyst, Connected Home & Smart Home
    John Kendall is a principal analyst within the Consumer Electronics group. Building on his history of research in digital television, IP video distribution, set-top boxes, and TV technology, John is involved in researching the worldwide markets for home networking, broadband consumer premise devices and smart home technology.

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