A new report shows healthy revenues for 21 benchmarked Internet of Things (IoT) companies in the last quarter of 2015, with revenue growing by almost 15% to levels approaching $7 billion. Cloud computing and IT infrastructure are especially potent drivers of IoT revenues, as vendors help companies cope with ever increasing rivers of data. In […]
The world of enterprise is still on the cautious side when it comes to new technologies, according to a survey conducted at the recent Oracle Collaborate 2016 conference in Las Vegas. Analyst Joe McKendrick wrote in ZDNet that while almost all businesses at the event knew about big data, cloud, IoT, and mobile and its […]
According to a recently published report by Grand View Research, the global smart cities market will hit $1.4 trillion in 2020, nearly triple the global market size of $568 billion back in 2013. The main factors leading to this increase are the rapidly expanding population, speedy urbanization and industrialization. Smart cities are designed and built to cater to a […]
The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is proving to be a game-changer in many fields, none more structurally than in the automation industry. And a recent study by Morgan Stanley reinforces bullish sentiment for future automation investment thanks to the huge potential of IIoT. A new report co-authored by Automation World and Morgan Stanley predicts […]
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Mainly, it just works.
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