IoT hasn’t become too big to fail, it’s too useful for that.
The deal struck by Telit with Thales to create Telit Cinterion as a new modules-to- connectivity provider, and the funds heading to Thales as a consequence, plus the US$1.2bn Semtech is spending to acquire Sierra Wireless, demonstrate that IoT is no longer a speculative punt, a market fuelled by pilot projects, most of which fail. The famous Beecham Research statistic of a few years ago that 75% of all IoT projects fail now needs updating as a growing proportion of IoT projects succeed.
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Inside this issue:
TALKING HEADS: Tele2 IoT’s Cyril Deschanel tells Kaleido Intelligence’s Steffen Sorrell how cellular IoT is turning a corner with the emergence of massive IoT capabilities
EUROPEAN IoT: George Malim finds Europe’s IoT market doubling down on investment to make the IoT mass market a reality
iSIM REPORT: Our 7-page report on integrated SIM starts here as we explain why the future is integrated
MANUFACTURING REPORT: Our 7-page report reveals how OEMs are driving efficiency for and with IoT
MWC22 LAS VEGAS PREVIEW: Tony Savvas shares the highlights of GSMA’s new Las Vegas event
CASE STUDY: ChargeNode gets ready to meet the demands of EV charging at mass scale and Kigen explains how IoT is powering smart tracking for micro-mobility in smart cities
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