Oct 2017 - Taxonomy - Doc # US43151917
IDC's Worldwide Internet of Things Connectivity Taxonomy, 2017
By: Marcus TorchiaResearch Director, Customer Insights & Analysis, Ashutosh BishtSenior Research Manager, Milan KalalProgram Manager, Internet of Things, Central and Eastern Europe, Monika KumarGroup Vice President, Customer Insights & Analysis, Carrie MacGillivrayGroup Vice President, Internet of Things & Mobility, Roberto MembrilaAnalyst, ROC, Latin America, Andrea SivieroResearch Manager, European Industry Solutions, Customer Insights & Analysis, Yuta TorisuSenior Market Analyst, Communications, IDC Japan, Vernon Turner, Nigel WallisResearch Vice President, IoT and Industries, Bill RojasAdjunct Research Director, IDC Asia/Pacific, John GoleResearch Director, Telecoms & Networking, CEMA, Rosie SecchiResearch Manager, European Wireless and Mobile Communications, Eric OwenVice President, Telecommunications, IDC EMEA, Ina Malatinska
This IDC study provides details of the connectivity services and associated technology subsegments based on IDC's Worldwide Semiannual Internet of Things Spending Guide. This document is to be used as a companion piece for IDC's Worldwide Semiannual Internet of Things Spending Guide. Technology service and solutions providers may utilize this connectivity structure to help them build an industry-focused outlook to pursue Internet of Things (IoT) market opportunities.
"Connectivity services exist in a dynamic marketplace that reflects the diverse business challenges IoT solutions solve," said Marcus Torchia, research director, Customer Insights and Analysis group.
Central and Eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa Internet of Things Ecosystem and Trends , European Internet of Things Ecosystem and Trends , Executive Information , Internet of Things Ecosystem and Trends , Worldwide Semiannual Internet of Things Spending Guide
Air interface, Ethernet switch, Global IT and economic markets, Internet of things, Networking and connectivity devices, Routers, Virtual private network products, WiFi, WAPI, Wireless LAN infrastructure