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MarketResearch.com: New SNS Research Report Forecasts LTE Powered M2M Connections to Surpass 200 million

WASHINGTON, NEW YORK, and LONDON, Aug. 12, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- As a leading provider of market research, MarketResearch.com is pleased to announce the distribution of a new Signals and Systems Telecom report forecasting LTE powered connections to surpass 200 million.

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SNS Telecom's new report, Wireless M2M & IoT Bible: 2014 – 2020 - Opportunities, Challenges, Strategies, Industry Verticals and Forecasts Q2 2014, predicts a bright future for the Machine to Machine (M2M) market, as many mobile network operators are beginning to make it their key focus. Government and regulatory initiatives, as well as safety regulations, are driving wireless M2M connections and revenue, with penetration level expecting to reach 80% by 2020. The M2M market is also expected to account for nearly $196 Billion in revenue by the end of 2020, following a CAGR of 21% during the six year period between 2014 and 2020.

To learn more about the global wireless Machine to Machine market: http://www.marketresearch.com/land/product.asp?productid=8216344&progid=86514

M2M is promoting the vision of the Internet of Things (IoT) by enabling the ability of network connectivity among physical objects. This will lay the path for a global network of sensors, equipment, appliances, computing devices, and other objects that can communicate in real time. Because of the usability of these applications, the M2M and IoT markets have attracted attention from many other industries.

This report includes the network connectivity and application service revenue forecasts in the following 9 vertical market segments:

  • Utilities & Smart Grid
  • Automotive & Transportation
  • Logistics
  • Public Safety
  • Security & Surveillance
  • Retail & Vending
  • Healthcare
  • Intelligent Buildings & Smart Cities
  • Consumer Electronics

Through continuous opportunity in this industry, vendors and service providers are becoming more innovative in their strategies and technology offerings, which have created many submarkets, including: M2M network security, Connected Device Platforms (CDP), and M2M application platforms. 

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Signals and Systems Telecom provides market intelligence and turnkey outsourcing services covering the telecommunications industry sector. Developed by leading industry analysts our market forecast reports provide unique insights to the global telecommunication industry with information ranging from niche details of handset models to tracking of large network infrastructure contracts and cellular network operator metrics. Whether your focus is strategic planning, development, or marketing our reports allow you to make better decisions with self-assurance. 

Table of Contents  

Chapter

1: Introduction

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2: An Overview of the M2M Market

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3: Vertical Markets - M2M Opportunities, Use Cases, Applications and Case Studies

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4: Wireless M2M Industry Roadmap, Value Chain and Key Trends

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5: Embedded Wireless M2M Module Vendors

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6: M2M Hardware and Bundled Solution Providers

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7: Vertical Market Specialists

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8: M2M MVNOs and Platform Specialists

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9: M2M Integration Specialists

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10: Wireless Industry Incumbents in the M2M Market

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11: M2M Network Operators

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12: Market Analysis and Forecasts

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13: Country Level Segmentation

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14: The Satellite M2M Market

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15: The Wi-Fi & Short Range Wireless M2M Market


15.1 Global Short Range Wireless M2M Connections: 2014 - 2020


15.2 Global Short Range Wireless M2M Service Revenue: 2014 - 2020


15.3 Key Vertical Markets


15.3.1 Consumer Electronics


15.3.2 Intelligent Buildings & Smart Cities


15.4 North America Short Range Wireless M2M Market: 2014 – 2020


15.5 Asia Pacific Short Range Wireless M2M Market: 2014 – 2020


15.6 Western Europe Short Range Wireless M2M Market: 2014 – 2020


15.7 Eastern Europe Short Range Wireless M2M Market: 2014 – 2020


15.8 Middle East & Africa Short Range Wireless M2M Market: 2014 – 2020


15.9 Latin & Central America Short Range Wireless M2M Market: 2014 – 2020

Chapter

16: The Wireline M2M Market

Chapter

17: Conclusion and Strategic Recommendations

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