Whitepapers

Hot Tech Innovators 2015

19 Feb 2015

This report includes analysis of 118 of the most innovative companies operating in today’s global markets. They all share a common DNA; they are young, they are aggressive, they are nimble, their technology solution fills a “needs-gap” and they are on the cusp of imminent breakout. If you are working for a company sitting comfortably in the bird seat of any tech market, these are the companies you need to have on your radar. The companies featured in this report represent not only the most forceful potential disruptors for tech markets but also the hottest acquisition targets around.

Global Cybersecurity Index

09 Dec 2014

The Global Cybersecurity Index (GCI) is born of a cooperative partnership between the private sector and an international organization to drive the issue of cybersecurity to the forefront of national agendas. A joint project undertaken by ABI Research and the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), the GCI provides insight into the cybersecurity engagement of sovereign nation states.

Smart Cars and the IoT: Innovation at the Automotive Ecosystem Edge

06 Aug 2014

The connected vehicle automotive segment is at the intersection of the Internet of Everything (IoE), the Internet of Things (IoT), and the Internet of Humans (IoH), concepts that are defined and explained in the previous ABI Research Whitepaper “Internet of Things vs. Internet of Everything – What’s the Difference?”

Internet of Things vs. Internet of Everything – What’s the Difference?

07 May 2014

This ABI Research whitepaper aims to clear up some of the uncertainty that looms over the terminologies. Not only does it dive down into the IoT and IoE but this whitepaper also includes free M2M, IoE, smartphones and wearable data that helps to highlight the differences between the terms.

What’s Next for Small Cells?

20 Mar 2014

This is an exciting time for mobile networks. At the start of 2014, we find ourselves in the midst of one of the biggest changes in RAN architecture to occur in a long time. The number of mobile connections exceeds the worldwide population and, as we rely increasingly on smartphones, tablets, and other wireless devices to satisfy our thirst for data, we find that wireless networks are evolving into Heterogeneous Networks (HetNets) as an efficient means of network densification for increased capacity. This means that there is no single approach to small cells, but that multiple techniques can be brought to bear to densify a network depending on the particular deployment scenario.

MWC 2014 Roundup

10 Mar 2014

Mobile World Congress (MWC) retains its position as the preeminent mobile show on the calendar, but it is plain to see that things are changing in the market and this is reflected in the focus of discussion at the show.