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Internet of Everything Market Tracker

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Actionable Benefits

  • Discover the size and segmentation of the world of connected devices.
  • Understand how the Internet of Digital (IoD), Internet of Things (IoT), and Internet of Humans (IoH) come together to constitute the Internet of Everything (IoE).
  • Map the opportunity for your company’s products and services to addressable market of connected devices.

Critical Questions Answered

  • How many device connections exist worldwide by end market, and by region?
  • How many device connections exist by technology, individually, and in combination without double-counting?
  • How many device connections exist by Hub and Node, and by B2B (Business-to-business) and D2C (Direct-to-Consumer) device types?

Research Highlights

  • Explore the installed base of device connections, and their constituent mix, across 9 end markets, 7 regions, and 12 connectivity technologies.
  • Distinguish between individual device connections, integrated connectivity within single devices, and the exclusion of single-use connectivity, i.e. RFID.

Who Should Read This?

  • Chipset manufacturers.
  • Device OEMs and ODMs.
  • Connectivity service providers.
  • Software developers.
  • Value-added platform vendors.
  • Systems Integrators and solution builders.

Table of Contents

Tables
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Charts
  1. Installed Base of Wireless Connected Devices by Vertical Market - World Markets, Forecast 2000 to 2025
  2. Installed Base of Wireless Connected Devices by Technology - World Markets, Forecast 2000 to 2025
  3. Installed Base of Wireless Connected Devices by Device Type - World Markets, Forecast 2000 to 2025
  4. Installed Base of Wireless Connected Devices by Region - World Markets, Forecast 2000 to 2025
  5. Installed Base of Wireless Connected Devices by End-User Channel - World Markets, Forecast 2000 to 2025