Serving the Enterprise: The Cellular IoT Connectivity Opportunity. A Kaleido Intelligence Survey Report Sponsored by Eseye, iBasis, Kore, Truphone and floLIVE.
Approximately a decade ago, several large technology firms anticipated that cellular technology would form the basis for the bulk of IoT connectivity.
As of 2022, this has not yet happened: cellular connectivity accounts for around 16% of the IoT market by connection volume.
Cellular technology has numerous advantages over other connectivity technologies. From its inherent flexibility to robust security and standards for low-power scenarios and mission-critical applications, the business case for using it as part of the IoT connectivity ecosystem is clear.
The success of IoT projects depends on the customer's ability to scale connected devices up as projects expand in scope and across international markets. Managing connected devices is a costly affair.
With this in mind, Kaleido Intelligence set out to find the root of Enterprise's pain points.
Their global survey saw 759 individual respondents across five key industry verticals give their perceptions on the current status quo of IoT connectivity - from those who had adopted cellular connectivity and those who hadn't and why.
The ultimate goal was to understand where the industry can improve and where opportunities to accelerate the adoption of cellular technology for IoT lie.
The results of the survey are available now.
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