M2M Now launches Black Book 2015 with five unique analyst reports



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In 2014, M2M Now took a new approach to how we cover the M2M and IoT market. Every issue we took a specific focus on a sector that is seeing early adoption of M2M technologies and services and commissioned analyst firms to write a series of reports on each.

This, our first M2M Now Black Book presents these fascinating reports all in one place. In addition, we introduce the Black Book with a specially commissioned report from Matt Hatton, the founder and chief executive of Machina Research. This exclusive report assesses the potential development of M2M in 2015 and beyond. Hatton segments the M2M landscape and predicts that the total number of M2M connected devices will grow from 3.6 billion in 2013 to 26.1 billion in 2023.

We hope you enjoy reading the M2M Now Black Book and feel, as we do, that it sets the scene for another exciting year of M2M market development. M2M Now is certainly excited to continue and improve our coverage as the market accelerates.

Enjoy the Black Book.

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