[P2P-F] Fwd: [Networkedlabour] The 'Internet of Things' Will Be The World's Most Massive Device Market And Save Companies Billions Of Dollars

Michel Bauwens michel at p2pfoundation.net
Mon Jan 12 16:53:41 CET 2015

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From: Orsan Senalp <orsan1234 at gmail.com>
Date: Mon, Jan 12, 2015 at 1:47 PM
Subject: [Networkedlabour] The 'Internet of Things' Will Be The World's
Most Massive Device Market And Save Companies Billions Of Dollars
To: "networkedlabour at lists.contrast.org" <networkedlabour at lists.contrast.org


Also including wishful thinking - marketing elements, sounds like business
bluffs into a IoT bubble:

"Here are a few of the key findings from the BI Intelligence report:

   - *The Internet of Things will be the largest device market in the world
   estimate that by 2019 it will be more than double the size of the
   smartphone, PC, tablet, connected car, and the wearable market
   *combined. *
   - *The IoT will result in $1.7 trillion in value added to the global
   economy in 2019
   includes hardware, software, installation costs, management services, and
   economic value added from realized IoT efficiencies.
   - *Device shipments will reach 6.7 billion in 2019 for a five-year CAGR
   of 61%
   from hardware sales will be only $50 billion or 8% of the total revenue
   from IoT-specific efforts, as software makers and infrastructure companies
   will earn the lion's share.
   - *The enterprise sector will lead the IoT, accounting for 46% of device
   shipments this year
   that share will decline as the government and home sectors gain
   momentum. By 2019, government will be the leading sector for IoT device
   - *The main benefit of growth in the IoT will be increased efficiency
   and lower costs
   IoT promises increased efficiency within the home, city, and workplace by
   giving control to the user. However, many are hesitant to use devices as
   security problems are still an issue...."

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