Qowisio: the only IoT company with the capacity to target the low-cost connected objects market.

| January 19, 2017

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As we explained in a previous article, the IoT (Internet of Things) consists of connecting objects to the Internet. Having been coined as the 3rd Internet revolution, the IoT will be used for more than 20 billion connected objects by 2020.

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