Machina Research is the world’s leading advisor on the Internet of Things, M2M and Big Data. Through multi-client reports and client-specific consultancy Machina Research helps telcos, technology vendors, service providers and end users to understand and embrace the opportunities created by the wide range of new forms of connected devices in the Internet of Things.
The GSMA has announced that mobile network operators are set to benefit from an estimated US$1.8 trillion (€1.50 trillion) Internet of Things (IoT) revenue opportunity by 2026 boosted by the early deployment of commercial Low Power Wide Area Networks in licensed spectrum,
Particle announced it has secured $20 Million in Series B funding to bring its world-class IoT solutions to Enterprise companies. The round was led by Spark Capital, with participation from Qualcomm Ventures and Particle’s previous investors.
It’s official: the potential of the IoT can no longer be ignored. There are 520 million global cellular IoT connections today, and this number is predicted to grow to 2.4 billion by 2025, according to Strategy Analytics.
This is part 1 of our 3 part “in it to win it” series, the series will cover system integrators role in IoT and why and how they can win more IoT projects.
Matt Hatton, Founder & CEO, Machina Research
Every year Machina Research puts together a set of predictions for what we expect to see in the new year in the Internet of Things. This year is no different. These predictions span everything in the ecosystem including enterprise end users, consumer products, regulation and device trends. One of the key client groups for Machina [...]
The Internet of Things (IoT) will continue its phenomenal growth into 2017 and beyond, however, what does that mean for your business? The overall hype would make this seem like the gold rush days, but the reality is many companies have either failed or not achieved anticipated results.
By Pierce Owen, Analyst, Machina Research
As Samsung’s acquisition of Harman last month demonstrated, the automotive and connected car ecosystems are in a period of constant evolution. This was not always the case and is not something with which the OEMs are entirely comfortable. However, one aspect of these ecosystems will not be changing anytime soon: The OEMs are at their center [...]
As OEMs and service providers look to increase consumer IoT adoption, a seamless customer experience is vital, with simple exploration, registration and activation as the aims. Yuval Mayron, the general manager of the Amdocs Internet of Things business unit, tells Antony Savvas about how service providers and OEMs need to work together to deliver the next great technological revolution
On November 9, 2016, the day after the US presidential election, people all over the world woke up to the same surprise they had when they woke up on June 24, the day after the Brexit referendum: the polling data they thought they could believe was, in fact, irrelevant. That data, so assiduously collected and analysed, resulted in assumptions that were the opposite of eventual outcomes.
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