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  • [New] The combination of Sierra Wireless' cloud services offerings and Semtech's LoRa cloud services should bring together a future cloud services portfolio that will include enhanced security, provisioning, device management and geolocation capabilities for power optimised IoT applications. IoT M2M Council
  • [New] Semtech expects the combination of Sierra Wireless' cellular capabilities across its modules, gateways and managed connectivity together with Semtech's LoRa-enabled end nodes to create a uniquely differentiated IoT portfolio which will enable a plethora of new IoT use cases to be conceived. IoT Business News
  • [New] The high speed and low latency of 5G Edge is expected to support the rapid expansion of the Internet of Things (IoT) - particularly mission-critical connectivity. Verizon Business
  • [New] The number of IoT devices in operation is expected to reach 27 billion by 2025 - and Wi-Fi is perfectly positioned to expand its leading role and deliver strong advantages in the IoT space. Wi-Fi NOW Global
  • Telit Cinterion plans to spin off the automotive IoT unit to sharpen its focus on the Industrial IoT. Internet of Things News
  • Nutreco has invested in Eruvaka, an India-based internet of things (IoT) company that develops connected devices and mobile-based decision tools to help aquaculture farmers reduce risk and increase productivity. WATTPoultry
  • To sharpen focus on Industrial IoT, Telit Cinterion plans to spin off and manage separately the automotive IoT unit after closing. Telit
  • 127 new devices are connected to the internet every second and IDC has predicted that there will be 55.7 billion IoT devices around the world by 2025. IoT Now News - How to run an IoT enabled business
  • Over the last decade, there has been explosive growth in new and disruptive technologies (mobile computing, cloud, big data, IoT, AI) that have changed how businesses operate and interact with their customers. CIOReview
  • Insurers should look towards the adoption of new technologies such as artificial intelligence, predictive analytics, and the Internet of Things to create a better, more robust foundation upon which risks can be minimized and premiums reduced. BusinessWorld Online
  • According to IoT Analytics the total number of IoT devices in operation (all standards) is expected to reach more than 17 billion by the end of 2022 and around 27 billion by 2025. Wi-Fi NOW Global
  • Findings show that CRM systems are beginning to integrate connections to IoT feeds and the number of connected devices will cross 41 billion by 2027 as per Business Insider. ECM TechNews
  • Smart warehousing - incorporating automation and the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) - is expected to grow at a CAGR value of 55.2% between 2021 and 2026. ESM Magazine
  • Smart missiles come from smart factories: Northrop Grumman will embrace the internet of things with a smart manufacturing facility in Virginia capable of making 600 missile strikes each year. Stacey on IoT | Internet of Things news and analysis
  • Experts estimate 38.6 billion IoT-connected devices will be utilized by 2025, 91.6% of Fortune 1000 companies are investing further into Big Data and AI, and technology patents in the U.S. are steadily increasing (47.82 million in 2017, up from 41.25 million in 2015). Acumatica
  • Typically referred to as the industrial internet of things, or IIoT, connected, industrial things are projected to increase from 17.7 billion in 2020 to 36.8 billion in 2025. Forbes
  • An expanding internet attack surface, which many analysts suggest may include around 50 billion connected Internet of Things of devices by 2022, has led to many data exfiltration vulnerabilities. LinkedIn
  • The next decade is going to see homeowners using the Internet of Things to check the conditions of their health. SWAGGER Magazine
  • Europe has the potential to be a global leader in the Internet of Things, unlike consumer-facing tech, which is often based on commercialising personal data and where most European firms struggle to go global. Centre for European Reform
  • Most economic value from the Internet of Things will arise from the analysis of data in worksites and factories - which could generate large productivity gains - rather than in consumer-facing digital services where the US is stronger. Centre for European Reform
  • Internet of Things has the potential to accelerate digital transformation within a business, making it one of the most important digital transformation trends for 2022. Magenest - One-Stop Digital Transformation Solution

Last updated: 12 August 2022


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