Our View on IoT Connectivity

IoT Connectivity Overview

IoT Connectivity technologies provide the network infrastructure and communication capabilities required by IoT devices to collect, transport, and exchange data over the internet and to be remotely monitored and controlled.
The IoT Connectivity research stream covers a range of communication technologies deployed in IoT projects and solutions, including:
Low-Power Wide-Area Network (LPWAN) Technologies, e.g. Sigfox, LoRa, NB-IoT
Cellular technologies, including 2G, 3G, 4G and 5G
Short-Range Wireless Technologies, such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Zigbee and many others
Satellite technologies, such as VSAT, BGAN and the newest satellite-based LPWAN

Latest IoT Connectivity Market Insights

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The rise of the IoT semiconductor

In short The penetration of semiconductor components classified as IoT is expected to grow from 7% in 2019 to 12% ...
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State of the IoT 2020: 12 billion IoT connections, surpassing non-IoT for the first time

Market Update Despite the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, the market for the Internet of Things continues to grow. In 2020, for ...
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5 things to know about LPWAN in 2020

5 things to know about the LPWAN market in 2020

Low-power wide area networks (LPWAN), the new connectivity technology that is geared towards energy constrained IoT devices, is starting to ...
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The Leading 5G IoT Use Cases

The Leading 5G IoT Use Cases

Exhibit 1: 44 5G IoT use cases based on their current level of IoT maturity and the estimated market potential ...
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5 industrial connectivity trends driving the IT-OT convergence

5 Industrial connectivity trends driving the IT-OT convergence

IT and OT both started on individual paths in the 70s and slowly converged in the 90s and 2000s to ...
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