Telit White Paper - IoT Connectivity

May 16, 2018

LTE, and more recently LTE-A (Advanced), are driving the wireless technologies for the near future becoming, with no doubt, the basis to build up the 5G ecosystem that will enable data transfer at speed above 1Gbps. LTE commercial networks have moved in only few years from initial Category (Cat.) 3 running at download speed of 100 Mbps, to Cat. 4 up to 150Mbps in a 20MHz spectrum. 3GPP Release 10 has then introduced the Carrier Aggregation (CA) technology bringing benefits not only for higher data rate but also for reducing traffic load. CA was first defined for Cat.

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“Smart” Products Demand a Smart Strategy Using M&A for a Competitive Edge

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This report examines the Internet of Things (“IoT”) from three distinct vantage points. First, we examine the strategic, corporate M&A perspective, analyzing transactions completed for clues to where additional activity can be expected. We segment the market for IoT into several different components which we believe broadly correspond to the core elements of the “IoT Value Chain,” and which we believe will have quite different strategies and M&A outcomes. Then we take a look at the issue of standards and regulations and some of the implications for the development and adoption of IoT technology going forward. From there, we take a step back to examine potential market size estimates for various end markets, considering these markets from the standpoint of both information technology vendors (broadly speaking, “suppliers” – including everything from silicon to software) and end customers, be they consumer or industrial end markets.

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