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30 November 2015
Machina Research has been tracking the growth of emerging LPWA network technologies since they seriously arrived on the scene around 5 years ago. In fact we coined the term ‘Low Power Wide Area’ to define the group of emerging technologies that now includes the likes of LoRa, Sigfox, NarrowBand IoT, ...
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26 November 2015
Machina Research, the world’s leading provider of strategic market intelligence on the Internet of Things, has published a strategy report discussing the market for Low Power Wide Area (LPWA) networks. These networks will play a decisive role in the enablement of IoT applications, but as a technology market they are ...
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24 November 2015
Machina Research, the world’s leading provider of strategic market intelligence on the Internet of Things today published a White Paper ‘Enterprise IoT will disrupt your industry’ on the new, disruptive market force termed Enterprise IoT. Characterized by emerging environments of smarter connected products and services, what differentiates Enterprise IoT is ...
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11 November 2015
The growth of the Internet of Things is the defining technology trend of the next ten years, with billions of connected devices generating trillions of dollars of revenue. IoT covers a diverse range of enterprise and consumer use cases, each with their own characteristics and requirements. Each will also have ...
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04 November 2015
Machina Research, the world’s leading provider of strategic market intelligence on the Internet of Things, today published a White Paper, in conjunction with Redknee, focusing on the diverse monetisation requirements implicit in the growth of the Internet of Things The growth of the Internet of Things is the defining technology ...
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02 November 2015
Machina Research, the world’s leading provider of strategic market intelligence on the Internet of Things today published a Strategy Report ‘2G and 3G switch off: a navigation guide for IoT’ looking at the emerging trend in mobile operators switching off 2G (and in future 3G) networks and the likely implications ...
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