Internet of everything

Aoife Valentine looks at how the data produced by connected devices can be put to use

4th October, 2015
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Lauren Morris, M2M country sales manager, Vodafone Global Enterprise

The ‘Internet of Things’ (IoT) has been around a lot longer than the buzz around the phrase has been. In 2008, according to Cisco, there were already more ‘things’ connected to the internet than people. By 2020, Cisco estimates the number of internet-connected things will reach 50 billion.

Cisco estimates a market with $19 trillion in profits and savings off the back of the internet of things by 2020, and that won’t come from...

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