16. July 2016 · Comments Off on The 5 biggest markets the IoT is poised to disrupt  · Categories: News · Tags: , , , ,

Few disagree that the Internet of Things is accelerating at rapid speed. Gartner Inc. predicts there’ll be more than 25 billion connected devices in the world by 2020, generating revenues of more than $300 billion for those who catch the wave. But even with this massive amount of growth being forecast, most enterprises fail to understand the opportunity and are not invested in the IoT. Consulting firm Bain & Company Inc. believes a big reason for this is that the definition of the “Internet of Things” is still being misrepresented.To try and add some clarity to the issue, Bain & Company recently published a new report that focuses on “the major emerging battlegrounds” in the IoT that enterprises need to be aware of.

Source: The 5 biggest markets the IoT is poised to disrupt | SiliconANGLE

29. April 2016 · Comments Off on Verizon is big on IoT ‘cos its wireline biz is dying on the vine  · Categories: News · Tags: , , , ,

Verizon says that it will focus on “developing new markets,” as the telco giant was just able to keep revenues on the uptick.The US carrier said that it would be shifting a focus over towards the internet of things (IoT) and its content market in the coming months, as it looks to bolster sagging revenues in other parts of its business.

Source: Verizon is big on IoT ‘cos its wireline biz is dying on the vine • The Register

14. April 2016 · Comments Off on Massachusetts at a solar impasse · Categories: News · Tags: ,

Inaction on raising net metering caps and reforming the Commonwealth’s Solar Renewable Energy Credit (SREC) program has halted construction of more than 500 solar projects — valued at $617 million and costing cities and towns $3.2 million in annual tax revenues.

Source: Massachusetts at a solar impasse – SmartGridNews

08. January 2016 · Comments Off on 2016 trends: The Internet of Things and software monetisation · Categories: News · Tags: , , , ,

The Internet of Things (IoT) revolution is set to dramatically alter the manufacturing economy.Internet-connected devices, and their promise of delivering higher profits, revenues, differentiation and market share means manufacturers are pouring research and development into developing IoT devices.And as they transform product lines to take advantage of Internet connectivity, manufacturers are transforming their business models to enable innovation, flexibility and new revenue streams.

Source: 2016 trends: The Internet of Things and software monetisation | ITProPortal.com

18. December 2015 · Comments Off on How different industry sectors are innovating the Internet of Things · Categories: News · Tags: , , , ,

A wealth of examples are now emerging across industry sectors of successful implementations of Internet of Things (IoT) technologies. These projects are creating new efficiencies, competitive edge, cost savings and revenues, and demonstrating that the Internet of Things is here to stay.IDG in partnership with Intel recently surveyed 200 IT leaders on the subject of IoT. The survey suggested that IoT is beginning to catch the interest of IT leaders, with the majority of respondents defining it as ‘the biggest revolution in business computing for decades’.

Source: How different industry sectors are innovating the Internet of Things | Apps | Techworld