On the Brink of Something Big: sizing the M2M market

March 1, 2016

To turn these forecasts into reality, the M2M industry will need to consolidate offerings, standardise technologies, convince consumers of the benefits.

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Cumulocity

It all began in Mountain View, Silicon Valley, CA in 2010.At this time Nokia Siemens Networks started to innovate software solutions based on cloud technology for the IoT (Internet of Things) market. An experienced team of senior managers and engineers created award winning software products which were named Cumulocity.Cumulocity takes these software products to the next level. We are based in Düsseldorf, Germany, with engineering facilities in Germany, Poland and Portugal. Our origins as part of Nokia Siemens Networks, the world's mobile broadband specialist, gives us the experience of managing networks of millions of devices in a reliable, rapidly scalable and flexible manner. Cumulocity Software-as-a-Service offerings fundamentally reduces complexity and makes Internet-of-Things technology affordable to everyone.

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The Real Value The Internet of Things Has to Offer

Infographic | January 8, 2020

The Internet of Things is one of the most talked about trends in the tech industry today. It’s massive size and scope is estimated by some to grow to over 50 billion connected devices by 2020, (although others have that number closer to around 30.7 billion devices), which in real-world economic terms is equivalent to $14.4 trillion in potential business opportunities. It’s so big that it seems almost too overwhelming to fully contemplate.

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How connected devices are reshaping consumer behavior

Infographic | December 30, 2019

There's no doubt that the IoT will fundamentally change e-commerce, but it might take some time to get to a point where it's completely streamlined. Consumers simply won't use platforms that aren't functional, secure, and easy to navigate, so it's up to businesses to lay the groundwork for an always-online, interconnected marketplace.

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The 3 phases of an effective IoT strategy

Infographic | June 1, 2021

IoT is quickly becoming the most important business revolution of the digital age, with its implications being felt across all industries worldwide. However, unlocking the true potential of IoT requires not only a clear roadmap with specific objectives, but also a solid front-end and back-end infrastructure that's capable of making sense of the data obtained. It's for this reason that both public and private organizations sometimes struggle when implementing a successful IoT strategy and fail to reach the desired return-on-investment (ROI). To address the risks you may encounter with IoT, we've created this short, insightful infographic. After reading it, you'll have a better idea of the tools and actions you should be executing during each of the three stages of IoT implementation to overcome challenges and maximize effectiveness. You'll also obtain a straightforward checklist that your teams can refer to when establishing or optimizing their strategies.

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Digital Industrial Transformation with Internet of Things (IoT)

Infographic | December 10, 2019

At the heart of the digital transformation of asset-intensive industries, such as manufacturing, is the leveraging of emerging technology to streamline decade-old processes and operations, improve existing products and launch new ones, create new channels to the customers and develop new business models.

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THE POWER OF IoT FOR COMMERCIAL WASHING MACHINES

Infographic | March 2, 2020

The Industrial Internet of Things (IoT) has made equipment more efficient while improving customer experiences. For the first time, it enables manufacturers to gather and analyze sensor-based data to enhance operations. One industry that is experiencing the benefits of IoT is commercial and industrial washing machine manufacturers.

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IOT SECURITY: A COMING CRISIS?

Infographic | December 25, 2019

The proliferation of Internet of Things (IoT) devices in 2017 has been staggering, with 8.4 billion devices currently in use, and a total of 25 billion devices projected by 2020. As the use of these devices continues to increase, so do the associated risks. By 2020, it is estimated that 25% of cyber attacks will target IoT devices. We surveyed IoT users from around the world to better understand their behaviors and concerns.

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Spotlight

Cumulocity

It all began in Mountain View, Silicon Valley, CA in 2010.At this time Nokia Siemens Networks started to innovate software solutions based on cloud technology for the IoT (Internet of Things) market. An experienced team of senior managers and engineers created award winning software products which were named Cumulocity.Cumulocity takes these software products to the next level. We are based in Düsseldorf, Germany, with engineering facilities in Germany, Poland and Portugal. Our origins as part of Nokia Siemens Networks, the world's mobile broadband specialist, gives us the experience of managing networks of millions of devices in a reliable, rapidly scalable and flexible manner. Cumulocity Software-as-a-Service offerings fundamentally reduces complexity and makes Internet-of-Things technology affordable to everyone.

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