European IoT Operator Profiles—Part 1

Development of Ecosystem Around Telco's Proprietary Offering Infuses Hope for Growth

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Telecom operators are one of the most important participants in the Internet of Things (IoT) value chain, as they are evolving themselves to become 'key enablers' by acting as an interface between enterprise customers and IoT hardware, software, and platform vendors. As connectivity remains a low-value component of the IoT value chain, telecom operators’ profitability depends on their ability to deliver innovative and vertical-specific end-to-end solutions. In that regard, IoT represents a significant opportunity for these operators in partnership with the value chain providers. This research service is a compilation of the critical developments in the IoT landscape, key European telecom operators’ product

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary
Key Findings
2. Market Overview
Definitions—M2M versus IoT
Vertical Demand Segments by Industry
IoT Ecosystem Continues to Evolve
3. Key Developments in IoT Landscape
Key Developments in the IoT Market
4. Telecom Operator’s IoT Profiles
Importance of Telcos’ Role in IoT
Analysis of KPN’s IoT Strategy
Analysis of Tele2’s IoT Strategy
Analysis of Telefonica’s IoT Strategy
Telenor Connexion—Profiling
Analysis of Telenor’s IoT Strategy
Analysis of Telia’s IoT Strategy
Analysis of Vodafone’s IoT Strategy
Comparison of Telcos’ Focus on IoT
The Last Word—Predictions
Legal Disclaimer
5. Appendix
Research Background
6. The Frost & Sullivan Story

List of Figures & Charts

1. IoT Market: IoT Ecosystem Participants, Europe, 2016
2. Snapshot of KPN’s Core IoT Offering, Global, 2016
3. Snapshot of Telefonica’s Core IoT Offering, Global, 2016
4. Snapshot of Telenor’s Core IoT Offering, Global, 2016
5. Snapshot of Vodafone’s Core IoT Offering, Global, 2016
6. IoT Market: Comparison of Telcos’ Focus on IoT, Europe, 2016

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