DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "IoT Forecast: Worldwide Technology Trends 2017-2026" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
Although 4G represents a viable option for automotive applications, it does not address the low-cost, low-power requirements of the majority of IoT applications. These will be addressed by LPWA, which will support the majority of all wireless IoT connections by 2026.
IoT devices have traditionally been supported by 2G networks in most markets. 4G will accommodate more sophisticated applications such as connected vehicles, but the rise of LPWA technologies will provide viable substitutes to 2G for the mass market of IoT devices. Migration to new networks will, however, be a long term process.
This report provides:
- Anformation about IoT connections worldwide, in eight regions and for several selected countries in 2017, plus forecasts for an additional 9 years
- Analysis of key trends as well as drivers and barriers of IoT networks
- Analysis of the emerging LPWA market including an overview of network announcements, launches and connections (split by NB-IoT, LTE-M and other LPWA (Sigfox, LoRa and so on))
- Analysis of the existing cellular IoT market and connections split by 2G, 3G/4G and 5G.
IoT connections worldwide and by region by technology type:
- Other LPWA
Who Should Read This Report
This report addresses the requirements of executives and analysts assessing the demand for IoT by network type.
- Senior executives of IoT business units
- Senior executives responsible for R&D and network innovation
- Market analysts responsible for M2M market sizing.
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