People. Processes. Data. Things. Previously, they functioned independently. Today, the Internet of Things (IoT)/Internet of Everything (IoE) brings them all together by combining machine-to-machine (M2M), person-to-machine (P2M), and person-to-person (P2P) connections. Cisco predicts that between 2013 and 2022, IoT will represent a $19 trillion opportunity. According to a recent report from CompTIA, “Sizing up the Internet of Things,” the ecosystem for IoT is complicated, which is always a positive for channel firms that can help end users with selecting and implementing devices, performing data analyses, and integrating IoT hardware, software and services.

Why You Need an IoT-Ready Data Center Partner

IoT represents a $19 trillion opportunity. Learn how to address some of the biggest challenges IT solution providers face and best practices to implement.
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The IoT (Internet of Things) continues to be one of the hottest trends happening in IT, and IT vendors and solution providers are eager to find ways to leverage their products, services and expertise to claim their share of this burgeoning opportunity. In March, Cisco announced the acquisition of IoT service platform provider Jasper, causing a lot of buzz among industry experts, including analyst group IDC.

Cisco + Jasper: Unlocking the IoT

The IoT (Internet of Things) continues to be one of the hottest trends in IT. See how Cisco + Jasper are coming together to enable digital transformation.
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IoT to Open World of New Opportunities, CompTIA Finds

There will be an estimated 50.1 billion connected devices by the year 2020, compared with about 14.4 billion currently. Today’s IoT devices primarily comprise computers, mobile phones, and tablets whereas over the next five years we’ll see more “nontraditional” devices, such as automobiles, thermostats, appliances, and shipping containers automatically sending and receiving data via the Internet.
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