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February 29, 2016

Understanding data privacy in a fully connected society

The IoT community has to ensure that the changes that it’s making to the world are safe and affect people and organisations for the better. One critical issue here involves the ethics of data usage. Saverio Romeo, principal analyst at Beecham Research, recently spoke with Dr. Kat Hadjimatheou, senior research fellow at the Interdisciplinary Ethics Research Group at the University of [...]

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February 21, 2016

Mobile network architecture redesign proposed by Core Network Dynamics to avoid IoT network overload

Mobile core network software start-up Core Network Dynamics (CND) announced a solution to the looming mobile network traffic overload problem expected to arise from the projected massive influx of IoT devices.

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January 29, 2016

IoT in retail: Transformation of the shopping experience

The last 30 years of technological development has taken individuals and societies into the information era. The Internet and then the rapid adoption of mobile technologies and devices has affected all realms of our daily lives.

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January 20, 2016

AR and wearable tech is a marriage made for the enterprise, says Beecham Research

While much of the hype around augmented reality (AR) and wearable devices has been focused on consumer technology, a new report from Beecham Research suggests that it will be business applications that drive growth over the next five years.

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December 15, 2015

Policy issues and their impact on the Internet of Things

National and international policy makers and regulators have already played major roles in the history – and success – of the M2M sector. The inspirational role that the EU’s eCall directive played in bringing large scale location service deployments to the automotive sector is widely recognised.

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December 9, 2015

The role of wearable technologies in enterprises

The recent news that the seven millionth Apple Watch has been sold raises critical questions for the smart watch community – and the wearable consumer device community more generally, writes Saverio Romeo, principal analyst at Beecham Research. Apple has shown once again that taking a multidisciplinary view of consumer products is key to transforming a nice piece of technology into a [...]

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November 5, 2015

Industry urged by Beecham Research to ’get real’ about IoT predictions of 20bn devices

November 5, 2015: Beecham Research is warning companies planning to get into the Internet of Things (IoT) market not to believe all the hype and over–optimistic predictions.

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October 15, 2015

LPWANs set to take on cellular for IoT applications says Beecham Research report

While traditional cellular networks have dominated the market for machine to machine (M2M) connectivity, this is about to change, according to report published by Beecham Research, Low Power Wide Area Networks for IoT Applications Market Report and Forecast.

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October 1, 2015

Connectivity analytics: More valuable than application analytics?

To say that application or sensor data analytics is a key focus right now in the M2M/IoT market is a statement of the obvious. Everyone, it seems, is focused on the value that can be created by gathering enormous amounts of application and sensor-related data.

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August 28, 2015

Cellular M2M modules to reach $2.2bn in 2019: Wireless terminals growing even faster, says new Beecham report

A new report from Beecham Research predicts rapid growth in the sales of M2M cellular modules and wireless terminals to end 2019, with volumes shipped reaching 154% and 166% of 2014 levels, respectively. Cellular M2M modules are expected to reach $2.2bn in sales in 2019.

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