Internet of Things market tripled to 15 bln devices in 2012

Thursday 5 September 2013 | 16:42 CET | News
The Internet of Things (IoT) market more than tripled to 15 billion machines, connected devices and objects in 2012, from 4 billion in 2010, according to a study by IDATE. In 2020, 80 billion things will be connected to the internet, with the Internet of Objects (IoO) representing 85 percent of the total, ahead of communicating devices with 11 percent and M2M with 4 percent.

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