Connected Home and the Internet of Things: Consumers Leading the Charge to Hyper-Connectedness

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This report will illustrate why the internet of things and the connected home are virtually synonymous, why consumers are adopting IoT technology, and what they think of that process. It will conclude with some examples of the connected home vision, and an exploration of opportunities in the connected home IoT space.

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Connected Home and the Internet of Things: Consumers Leading the Charge to Hyper-ConnectednessCH 6-4Executive SummaryIntroductionThe Connected Home MarketInternet of Things and the Connected HomeAn Important Role for Network OperatorsConsumer IoT: The VisionOpportunities in SimplificationStratecast - The Last WordAbout StratecastAbout Frost & Sullivan




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