Tag archive: IoT

In the news, Insights

European Communications Magazine – IoT business models continue to challenge industry thinking

Bengt Nordström, CEO at consultancy Northstream, chimes with Mackenzie on revenue share from connectivity – setting it at 10-15 percent of the total – but suggests the opportunity for operators, in general, may have been over-stated, or misread. Even the largest and most advanced can look forward to taking only five percent of their revenues, […]
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In the news, Insights

Computer Sweden – Operatörerna jagar nya intäkter när gamla affären tryter

– Den övergripande trenden är att man går från en tal- och meddelandecentrisk marknad till en datacentrisk marknad. Under de senaste åtta åren har det varit fallande i Europa, med minskade intäkter för operatörerna. Nu börjar det finnas tecken på att det stabiliserats. Det kanske inte ökar, men ligger i alla fall ganska platt intäktsmässigt, […]
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Published April 28, 2017 in , .


In the news, Insights

Elektroniktidningen – Ögonöppnare för IoT-sugna

Digitalisering är likt IoT ett modeord. Samtidigt gör tekniken skillnad, men för att nå ett lukrativt resultat kan det vara på sin plats att tänka igenom sin affärsmodell ett varv extra innan strategin omsätts i verklig handling. Det menar teknikkonsulten Northstream i en dagsfärsk IoT-guide. – De ursprungliga affärsmässiga anledningarna till att koppla upp produkter […]
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Published April 4, 2017 in , , , .


Blog, Insights

Operators: green lights for the connected car

As it stands today, six car brands (namely Ford, GM, Peugeot Citroën, BMW, Renault Nissan and Volkswagen) make up 70% of the connected car market (Analysis Mason). They’ve struck connectivity deals with leading operators to make sure their cars stay connected on the road. AT&T has taken the lion’s share of car contracts in the […]
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Published March 7, 2017 in , .


In the news, Insights

Telecoms Tech – Opinion: IoT as a share of operator revenues will increase three-fold, at least for some

In essence, the Internet of Things (IoT) is an extension of the digitalisation trend that has been going on for years. In addition to regular digitalization procedures, such as automating processes or creating web-enabled platforms for services, companies are also equipping their machines, products, and factories with sensors and connectivity modules. We’ve seen similar trends […]
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Published February 17, 2017 in , , , .


Insights, White papers

Connectivity Technologies for IoT

Selecting the most suitable connectivity technology is one of the critical decisions that a company needs to make in its Internet of Things launch strategy. But making the choice is challenging with a wide range of technologies available for IoT, such as traditional cellular 2G/3G/4G, Low Power Wide Area, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and more. To guide companies towards […]
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Published January 31, 2017 in , , .


In the news, Insights

Light Reading – DT, EE, Orange, Vodafone Open Up on 5G

By contrast, IoT presents a “greenfield” market for most operators and one in which 5G could evidently play a key role. In that respect, it seems far likelier to fuel sales growth. The question is: How much? Swedish consulting company Northstream predicts that most operators will in future generate no more than 1% of their […]
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Published January 31, 2017 in , , , .


In the news, Insights

European Communications – The IoT will contribute max 5% to operator revenues, say market watchers

Bengt Nordstrom, CEO at Northstream, told the European Communications/Mobile Europe IoT Conference 2016 in London last week that the best telecoms practitioners were making, perhaps, one percent of their total revenue from IoT services currently, and that such gains have comes after years of careful strategy and execution in the space. “The telco industry acts […]
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Published December 8, 2016 in , , .


Insights, Predictions

#2 – Speech Recognition goes mainstream, but Europe is left in the dark

In 2017, Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR) will approach maturity and go from hype to everyday life, from a niche market technology to mainstream adoption. It will have broad applications and a huge impact on both smartphone and IOT devices. However, in stark contrast to historical trends, Europe will trail behind the US and China in […]
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Published December 2, 2016 in , , , .