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50% OF ORGANIZATIONS IN THE EUROPE and US LAG IN IOT ADOPTION, FINDS HCL STUDY

HCL Technologies (HCL), a leading global IT services company, today released the findings of an independent survey of senior business and technology decision–makers on the Internet of Things (IoT) in large global enterprises.   This is a first-of-its-kind global CXO survey with early adopters of the technology. 50% of      respondents said their organizations are already behind the curve…

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IoT Analytics Market Expands from the Cloud to the Edge as Organizations Seek Holistic IoT Analytics Solutions

The IoT analytics market is rapidly expanding from the cloud to the edge of the network as advances in compute capabilities—and the lower cost of communications hardware—unlock new opportunities to apply analytics closer to the ‘thing’ where data is generated or collected. ABI Research forecasts that the volume of data captured by IoT-connected devices will grow nearly six-fold over the…

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Mobile operator revenues from IoT reached € 11 billion in 2016

According to a new research report from the analyst firm Berg Insight, mobile operator revenues from the Internet of Things reached € 11 billion in 2016. During the year, some of the leading global telecom groups have reported IoT revenues on a regular basis. In Q3-2016, Vodafone and Verizon generated around € 200 million each in direct sales from IoT…

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IngDan, China’s Largest IoT Innovation Platform, Opens Experience Center in Silicon Valley

IngDan, China’s largest IoT supply chain platform, today announced the opening of its first U.S. IngDan Experience Center in the heart of Silicon Valley, increasing its number of global centers to six. IngDan also enters into partnership with Tsing Capital and SVC Angel Fund to expand financial services and resources to IoT hardware innovators and startups. As part of IngDan’s…

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The Internet of Things (IoT): 8 Myths and Facts

Any new technology involves a certain amount of uncertainty and business risk. In the case of the Internet of Things, however, many of the risks have been exaggerated or misrepresented. While the IoT vision will take years to mature fully, the building blocks to begin this process are already in place. Key hardware and software are either available today or…

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Audi offers permanent in-car SIM card for online access – set to dramatically reduce mobile roaming fees

Available in Germany now, feature will roll out in UK Audi has announced a deal with a telecoms provider to provide its cars with permanent SIM cards with unlimited data. The deal means that customers in Germany will be able to use online features of Audi’s Connect infotainment system without having to supply their own SIM card for data. There…

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New Gadgets Claim to Help You Sleep Soundly

The Internet of things has gone to the bedroom One in three people aren’t getting enough sleep, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. So a cavalcade of products are aiming to address sleep issues—the global market for sleep aids is projected by BCC Research to reach $76.7 billion by 2019—and many of them are connected. Here are…

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Companies spending 24 percent of IT budget on Internet of Things

The report says that Internet of Things technologies will be critical for any organization’s future success. According to a report by British Telecom major Vodafone, companies are investing 24 percent of their average IT budget on Internet of Things (IoT), on par with cloud computing or data analytics. Internet of Things is a network of physical objects and equipment with…

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