Infographic – The Internet Of Things In The 2020’s

The Internet Of Things In 2020’s

The growing interest in the Internet of Things is amongst us and there is much discussion. Attached is an archived but still relevant infographic by Intel which has produced a memorizing snapshot at how the number of connected devices have exploded since the birth of the Internet and PC. What can we expect in 2020?

IoT security

“According to a new market research report titled, “IoT Security Market by Component (Solutions, Services), Type (Network Security, Cloud Security), Deployment Mode, Organization Size, Application (Smart Manufacturing, Smart Retail), End-use Industry (Manufacturing, Retail, and Others) — Global Forecasts to 2029”, published by Meticulous Research®, the IoT security market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 21.2% from 2022–2029 to reach $59.16 billion by 2029.”

CloudTweaks has been covering IoT for many many years and one thing you can’t help but notice is the exponential growth of the industry. The number of companies coming to the

forefront to garner some of the market-share is no surprise.

As you can see there are hundreds of companies in this field.

iot-analytics.com/iot-startup-landscape/

 

IoT Landscape 2020's

Take a closer look at the PDF version.

internet-things

My Rich Mainhout

Gary Bernstein
Test Data Management How do you test your data management systems? With Delphix, you can automate your tests by running your data against a virtual copy of your production environment. Today, the amount of data ...
Tiago Ramalho
More equitable future for food distribution with AI At best, only 70% of food gets used in the United States. The rest goes to waste. Although devastating, the good news is this massive waste of ...
Jen Klostermann
The Fintech Landscape The Nitty Gritty Although the COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted its existence, most of us have been using fintech in some form or another for quite some time. It’s a big part of ...
Louis
Why Services CPQ Is Too Slow Today When PS organizations compete in sales cycles, the first competitor to have a complete quote with accurate pricing, schedules, and an engagement plan will often win. However, getting ...
Stacey Farrar
Document Migrations Require More Diligence Data creation has risen dramatically in recent years and shows no signs of slowing. According to analyst firm IDC, widespread remote work led to a spike of new data in ...
  • Plural Site

    Pluralsite

    Pluralsight provides online courses on popular programming languages and developer tools. Other courses cover fields such as IT security best practices, server infrastructure, and virtualization.

  • Isc2

    ISC2

    (ISC)² provides IT training, certifications, and exams that run online, on your premises, or in classrooms. Self-study resources are available. You can also train groups of 10 or more of your employees. If you want a job in cybersecurity, this is the route to take.

  • App Academy

    App Academy

    Immersive software engineering programs. No experience required. Pay $0 until you're hired. Join an online info session to learn more

  • Cybrary

    Cybrary

    CYBRARY Open source Cyber Security learning. Free for everyone, forever. The world's largest cyber security community. Cybrary provides free IT training and paid IT certificates. Courses for beginners, intermediates, and advanced users are available.