Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) November 14, 2014
With the evolution of cellular networks to the fourth generation (4G) communications via LTE, the prospect for advancements in connectivity and associated applications that rely upon increased bandwidth represents a substantial opportunity for the entire ecosystem. The introduction of LTE Advanced (LTE-A) represents an especially important landmark for the industry as data speeds will increase dramatically.
This report evaluates the market opportunities and outlook across several industry verticals for connected devices in an LTE and beyond 4G (B4G) environment.
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Understand the market potential for LTE connected devices
Identify specific applications, content, and commerce scenarios
Learn how manufacturers and OEMs are positioning themselves for success
Understand how carriers must transition business models with the evolving marketplace
Report Audience: Mobile Cellular Carriers, Cloud Services Companies, Wireless Device Manufacturers, Wireless Infrastructure Providers Commerce, Content and Application Providers
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Table of Contents
1. Executive Summary
2.1. Overview of Connected Devices
2.2. The Internet of Things (IoT)
3. Connection Categories and Scenarios
3.1. Ad Hoc Connections
3.2. Permanent and Semi-permanent Connections
4. Connected Devices
4.1. Consumer Electronics
4.2. Industrial Devices
5. Machine-to-Machine (M2M)
5.2. Ecosystem and Players
5.3. The Impact of LTE on M2M
6. Connected Devices Market Segments
6.1. Personal Networks
6.2. Connected Homes
6.3.2. Shipping and Storage
6.4. Smart Utilities
6.5. Public Safety and Homeland Security
6.6. Intelligent Transportation
7. Connected Device Standardization
8. Vendor Market Positioning and Solutions
9. Market Forecasts
10. Future of Connected Devices
10.1. LTE Impact and Opportunities
10.2. Beyond LTE and Other Technologies
11. Conclusions and Recommendations
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