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IoT Quarterly Executive Brief, Q1 (January–March) 2016—Top Trends & Strategic Recommendations

IoT Quarterly Executive Brief, Q1 (January–March) 2016—Top Trends & Strategic Recommendations

AT&T, Bosch, and Visa are Frost & Sullivan’s Market Movers for the first quarter of 2016. These companies displayed great progress regarding customer wins and they have expanded their capabilities in ways that will accelerate adoption in the Internet of Things (IoT) market overall. New product or service launch news made up 35.4% of all market announcements in Q1 2016. Additionally, the amount of investment news increased during this period. This is an attribute that reflects a more active market. Venture capital funds for IoT in Europe in Q1 2016 exceeded the value and volume of capital funds in Q1 2015.


  • Executive Summary
    • IoT Executive Brief Q1 2016-Executive Summary
    • IoT Executive Brief Q1 2016-Looking 12 Months Ahead
    • IoT Executive Brief Q1 2016-Market News Announcements
    • IoT Executive Brief Q1 2016-IoT Funding & Investments in Europe
    • Summary of Major Developments in 1Q 2016
  • IoT Executive Briefing Objectives
    • Frost & Sullivan's IoT Programme-Connecting the Dots
    • IoT Executive Briefing-Objectives
  • Market Trends
    • Market Trends in Q1 2016-Product/Service Launches and Pre-launch Announcements
    • Market Trends in Q1 2016-Customer Sales
    • Market Trends in Q1 2016-Partnerships
    • Market Trends in Q1 2016-Mergers & Acquisitions
    • Market Trends in Q1 2016-Progress on LPWA Standards
    • Market Trends in Q1 2016-Vertical Industry Adoption
    • Market Trends in Q1 2016-Cyber Security
  • Market Movers
    • Market Mover-AT&T
    • Market Mover-Bosch
    • Market Mover-Visa
    • Market Mover Runner-up-Cisco
  • The Last Word
    • Recommendations

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