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October 2016 | By Ejaz - Muhammad Sial @ T-Mobile
IoT - The internet of things (or of Everything) - Connected Cars
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IoT - The internet of things (or of Everything) - Connected Cars
 

IoT - A dynamic echo system focusing on the verticals with massive numbers of connected devices, services and applications. The Projections on the size of the market by 2020 vary significantly, but most of the projections agree to a minimum of a $1 trillion increase in economic activity due to IoT. These potential prospects are driving almost every company even remotely related to IoT to cash-in on the IoT space.

 

 

Ejaz - Muhammad Sial

Technology Strategist at T-Mobile

 

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September 2016 | By Ejaz - Muhammad Sial @ T-Mobile
The IoT - WAN
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The IoT - WAN
 

The Internet of things can potentially offer 50 Billion connected devices by 2020. Let’s break down some of the numbers for Communication Service Providers and other industries driving the CONNECTED EVERYTHING vision. Some recent studies indicate that the major players in the connectivity fabric will be fixed & short range technologies.

 

 

Ejaz - Muhammad Sial

Technology Strategist at T-Mobile

 

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