IoT Connectivity & Hardware

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.

IoT Hardware acts as the foundation for any IoT device including its semiconductors, sensors, as well as other core device components.

Latest Insights: IoT Connectivity & Hardware

LPWAN emerging as fastest growing IoT communication technology – 1.1 billion IoT connections expected by 2023, LoRa and NB-IoT the current market leaders

LPWAN emerging as fastest growing IoT communication technology – 1.1 billion IoT connections expected by 2023, LoRa and NB-IoT the current market leaders

IoT Analytics, a leading provider of market insights & competitive intelligence for the Internet of Things (IoT), M2M, and Industry 4.0, today published a comprehensive 260-page market report titled LPWAN Market Report 2018-2023. As active global IoT connections grow from 7B in 2018 to 22B in 2025, Low Power Wide Area Networks (LPWAN) are expected to be a key growth driver. These...

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State of the IoT 2018: Number of IoT devices now at 7B – Market accelerating

State of the IoT 2018: Number of IoT devices now at 7B – Market accelerating

IoT Analytics has now raised its forecast for the number of connected IoT devices in 2025. The new updated article can be read here. Market Update The market for Internet of Things has seen a somewhat unexpected acceleration in Q1/Q2 2018 and has lifted the total number of IoT devices that are in use to 7B. This is one of many findings in IoT Analytics’ latest “State of the IoT & Short-term...

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Our View On IoT Connectivity & Hardware

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.

IoT Hardware acts as the foundation for any IoT device including its semiconductors, sensors, as well as other core device components.

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, such as 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

Our Lead Expert

Eugenio Pasqua

Eugenio Pasqua

Principal Analyst

Eugenio is a principal analyst focusing on the future of communications. He is the lead expert for IoT Connectivity, especially for M2M, LPWA, and 5G.

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