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Dec 2018 - Market Forecast - Doc # CEMA42694518

Central and Eastern Europe, the Middle East, and Africa Internet of Things Market 2018–2022 Forecast

By: Milan KalalProgram Manager, European Customer Insights & Analysis Group

Abstract

This IDC Market Forecast document is based on IDC's Worldwide Semiannual Internet of Things Spending Guide, which was updated in November 2018. It includes IoT spending breakdowns by country, technology, and industry. The report highlights growth drivers and inhibitors and presents key points for technology suppliers to consider in a rapidly evolving and complex market. More than 80 use cases were identified and sized across the technology stack (with up-front and recurring spending considered).

"The real value of IoT lies in the data it generates. The main reason IoT devices get connected is to generate data that can be analyzed and acted upon by other devices, applications, machines, and/or people. Across Central and Eastern Europe, the Middle East, and Africa, IoT spending is moving beyond the connections to the software to manage, maintain, monitor, and analyze the collected data. Organizations are increasingly allocating funds to ensure they have the necessary tools to make the most of their IoT investment." — IoT Program Manager Milan Kalal, IDC CEMA


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Subscriptions Covered

Central and Eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa Internet of Things Ecosystem and Trends , European Internet of Things Ecosystem and Trends


Regions Covered

Central and Eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa


Topics Covered

Analytic applications, Internet of things


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