IoT is Strategic to Organizations
IDC defines the Internet of Things (IoT) as a network of uniquely identifiable end points (or things) that communicate bi-directionally without human interaction using IP connectivity.
Key IoT coverage from IDC includes:
- Worldwide, regional and ecosystem technology breakout forecasts including units installed and spend
- Analysis of technology components
- Annual worldwide business decision maker survey on IoT adoption, preferences, and deployments
- IoT purpose-built platforms
Core Worldwide Products and Services
Internet of Things
- Connected Car Solutions
- Internet of Things: Analytics and Information Management
- Internet of Things: Consumer
- Internet of Things Ecosystem and Trends
- Internet of Things: Infrastructure
- Internet of Things: Security Practices
- Internet of Things: Services
- Worldwide Quarterly Wearable Device Tracker
- Worldwide Semiannual Internet of Things Gateway Tracker
- Worldwide Semiannual Internet of Things Spending Guide
By 2021, expanding mobile IoT use cases – particularly 5G – will drive 70% of G2000 companies to spend $1.2B on connectivity management solutions.
By 2022, 75% of new IoT applications deployed will be packaged applications, compared to 25% today.
By 2027, Quantum, Accelerated, and Heterogeneous Computing for “IoT-related use cases” could take up 30% of the overall computing and market.