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Market analysis and technology perspectives on the dynamic market of wired and wireless connectivity
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  • John Kendall | May 28, 2015
    Comcast is to deploy a DOCSIS 3.1 gigabit Home Gateway. It will also be compatible with Comcast’s current hybrid fiber-coax network, and is backwards compatible with the current DOCSIS 3.0 infrastructure. The gateway will be capable of delivering gigabit bandwidth speeds over dual channel 802.11n/ac Wi-Fi, and will feature Reference Design Kit Broadband software. Comcast plans to deploy the equipment on a wide scale in 2016. ARRIS and Compal Networks will both contribute in manufacturing the device.
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  • Sam Lucero | May 13, 2015
    Machine-to-machine (M2M), the Internet of Things (IoT), and the even more expansive Internet of Everything (IoE) are concepts now in sharp focus for the technology industry. Internet connectivity has progressed rapidly from...
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  • Horse Liu | May 05, 2015
    The 23rd China Content Broadcasting Network (CCBN) took place in Beijing from March 24 to 28. China’s State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film, and Television (SAPPRFT) used the show communicate new strategic directions for the development of China’s TV broadcasting. The government is encouraging cable TV operators to upgrade their networks to support multiscreen TV services to connected devices, now that TV digitization is almost complete. There were 234 million of cable TV users and 184 million digital subscribers at the end of 2014.
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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.

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  • Lee Ratliff | July 02, 2015
    This report examines the market for Low Power Wide Area Networks (LPWAN). This report provides a current snapshot of this market as well as a unit forecast, a connections forecast, and visibility into the factors that will influence the market growth and development in upcoming years.
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  • Samsung IoT Platform Introduction Highlights Internet of Things World 2015
    John Byrne | May 28, 2015
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  • John Kendall, Daniel Simmons | May 26, 2015
    241M broadband CPE shipments for 2014, up 9% from 2013. The value of the industry will grow by nearly 12.6% from 2013. Arris, building on their Motorola acquisition, took the number one vendor spot in terms of shipments of broadband CPE in 2014, and retained the top spot in terms of revenues. In terms if IC shipments, Broadcom remained world leader in 2014. 2014 DSL shipments grew by 11%, cable by 10%, and FTTP by 4.8%. Shipments are expected to grow at a 3.8% CAGR from 2014 – 2019.
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  • Lee Ratliff | July 06, 2015
    Quarterly analysis around low power technologies that enable M2M systems and products
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  • Bill Morelli | June 26, 2015
    The IoT 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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  • Stephanie Gibbons | April 16, 2015
    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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  • William Rhodes | October 02, 2014
    Popular opinion from across the exhibitors, attendees and press agreed that this year’s show in Las Vegas was a good one. There was a general ‘buzz’ around the show which definitely outshone the 2013 edition in Philadelphia. Here, IHS report back with everything you need to know from three days of...
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  • William Rhodes | September 30, 2014
    2013 was certainly an interesting year for the global lighting and LED market. Despite the stagnating economy and sluggish new construction industry, the lighting market remained buoyant. The emerging markets of China and Latin America saw strong growth whilst the Western European and North American...
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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 Principal Analyst, Connectivity & IoT
    Lee Ratliff is a connectivity and communications analyst responsible for directing IHS coverage of low-power wireless, broadband, and home networking semiconductors and technologies...
  • Icon Associate Director, Connectivity, Smart Homes & Smart Cities
    Lisa Arrowsmith joined IHS in March 2008, and is responsible for the company’s Semiconductors & Components and Information Technology research teams. Lisa is responsible for managing a team of analysts specialized across a broad range of technologies, covering high-bandwidth & low-power RF, as well as wired or powerline-based alternatives.
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