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.
Recognising its potential to transform the use of IoT in the enterprise, we at Machina Research published recently a series of three research notes about fog computing. They explored what it means as a technology concept, where its impact will be felt the most, and how the supplier community is starting to address it. The fog is one of those IoT topics that we are covering on an [...]
Recently, the Internet of Things (IoT) ecosystem has witnessed multiple partnerships. Some of the noteworthy alliances are listed below:
Machina Research analysis shows that using non-standardised versus standards-based solutions for IoT will increase the cost of deployment, hinder mass scale and adoption, and stifle technology innovation for smart city initiatives worldwide.
Machina Research, a provider of strategic market intelligence on the Internet of Things (IoT), is reportedly extending the coverage of its forecasts to include almost the entirety of the Internet of Things revenue opportunity. It predicts this will rise from US$892 billion in 2015 to US$4 trillion in 2025.
Having set up petcams in my home to remotely monitor my new puppy’s behaviours with my 4G smart device when I am out, I was reminded about Shodan, the search engine that looks for IoT devices such as webcams and makes their streams available for viewing by anyone on the internet.
In the last few weeks, the author found himself several times talking with people about the “Internet of Things Market”. The fact is that there really is no such thing. IoT is a way of thinking about the use of remote monitoring and management of devices to achieve a particular goal. As such it exists within a technology environment that includes things like crowd-sourced data, enterprise [...]
KORE has agreed to buy Wyless for an undisclosed sum, “making close to a quarter of a billion dollar player” in the Internet of Things (IoT). So says KORE’s CEO, Alex Brisbourne, talking to IoT Now today prior to the announcement.
Machina Research, a provider of strategic market intelligence on the Internet of Things, launched a new market tracker to follow the developments in Low Power Wide Area (LPWA) networks.
Every January, Machina Research, the advisors on the Internet of Things, publishes its predictions for IoT in the coming year. This year promises to be an eventful one.
IoT Now salutes the industry pundits who are avoiding safe predictions for 2016. Machina Research is one that states, “there is little point in doing these kinds of predictions if you’re not going to be outspoken and take a few risks.”
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