Internet of Things (IoT)—Top Trends and Recommendations, H2 2015

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Research OverviewThe Frost & Sullivan study examines the key technology and market trends in the realm of Internet of Things (IoT). Based on expansion capabilities and ability to accelerate the market demand, Frost & Sullivan positions Cisco, IBM, PTC, and Legrand as the market movers and influencers of IoT developments. The study examines development in IoT technologies and machine-to-machine (M2M) modules in H2 2015 and explores the future direction of market growth.

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Executive SummaryKey FindingsIoT Executive Brief H2 2015—4 Market MoversIoT Executive Brief H2 2015—4 Market Movers (continued)IoT Executive Brief H2 2015—Market TrendsIoT Executive Briefing ObjectivesFrost & Sullivan’s IoT Programme—Connecting the DotsIoT Executive Briefing—ObjectivesMarket TrendsMarket Trends in H2 2015—Product/Service Launch and Updates Market Trends in H2 2015—Customer SalesMarket Trends in H2 2015—PartnershipsMarket Trends in H2 2015—Mergers & AcquisitionsMarket Trends in H2 2015—Other InvestmentsMarket Trends in H2 2015—Progress on LPWAN StandardsMarket Trends in H2 2015—Cyber SecurityMarket Trends in H2 2015—Vertical Industry Adoption Market Trends in H2 2015—Vertical Industry Adoption (continued)Market Trends in H2 2015—Vertical Industry Adoption (continued)Market Trends in H2 2015—Vertical Industry Adoption (continued)Market MoversMarket Mover—CiscoMarket Mover—IBMMarket Mover—PTCMarket Mover—LegrandThe Last WordLooking forward to 2016AppendixList of AcronymsLegal DisclaimerThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition—Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy

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