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The Global Wireless M2M Market – 7th Edition

  • ID: 3618298
  • December 2015
  • Region: Global
  • 314 pages
  • Berg Insight AB
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The Global Number of Cellular M2M Subscribers Reached 265 Million at the End of 2015

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A complete set of two unique reports - offering in-depth analysis and unique insights into the global wireless M2M/IoT market on 310 pages. This package comprises the following titles in the M2M/IoT Research Series: The Global M2M/IoT Communications Market and Wireless IoT Connectivity Technologies and Markets.

The Global Wireless M2M Market – 7th Edition analyses the latest trends and developments in cellular M2M and low power wireless networking and summarizes the main trends in the Internet of Things covering embedded technology, networking and applications.

This strategic research report provides you with 300 pages of unique business intelligence including 5-year industry forecasts and expert commentary on which to base your business decisions.

Highlights from the seventh edition of the report:

- 360-degree overview of the M2M/IoT communication ecosystem
- Update on new industry standards for M2M/IoT networking.
- Reviews of the M2M/IoT strategies of leading mobile operators.
- Summary of industry trends in all world regions.
- Statistical data on cellular M2M subscribers in Europe, the Americas and Asia-Pacific.
- Extensive READ MORE >

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The Global M2m/IoT Communications Market

Executive summary

1  M2M/IoT networking and technologies
1.1  Cellular M2M/IoT from 2G to 4G and beyond
1.1.1  2G/3G mobile networks
1.1.2  4G mobile networks
1.1.3  LTE-M and NB-IOT
1.1.4  LPWA and satellite networks
1.1.5  Cellular and LPWA technologies and the IoT market
1.2  IoT devices in cellular networks
1.2.1  Cellular IoT modules and hardware
1.2.2  SIM solutions and embedded UICC
1.2.3  IoT connectivity management platforms
1.2.4  IoT application enablement platforms
1.3  International coverage and alliances
1.3.1  Roaming and international coverage
1.3.2  Mobile operator alliances

2  Europe
2.1  Regional market trends
2.1.1  Western Europe
2.1.2  Regional market trends in Western Europe
2.1.3  Central Eastern Europe and Russia & CIS
2.2  Mobile operators
2.2.1  Vodafone
2.2.2  Deutsche Telekom
2.2.3  Telefónica
2.2.4  Orange
2.2.5  Telenor
2.2.6  3 Group Europe
2.2.7  Belgacom
2.2.8  EE
2.2.9  KPN
2.2.10  MTS
2.2.11  SFR
2.2.12  Telecom Italia
2.2.13  Swisscom
2.2.14  Telekom Austria
2.2.15  TeliaSonera
2.2.16  Tele2
2.2.17  CDMA/LTE networks for the 450 MHz band
2.3  M2M managed service providers
2.3.1  Wireless Logic
2.3.2  Sierra Wireless – Wireless Maingate and MobiquiThings
2.3.3  Telit
2.3.4  Cubic Telecom
2.3.5  Stream Technologies
2.4  LPWA networks
2.4.1  Sigfox and network partners
2.4.2  LoRa networks

3  The Americas
3.1  Regional market trends
3.1.1  United States and Canada
3.1.2  Brazil
3.1.3  Rest of Latin America
3.2  Mobile operators
3.2.1  AT&T
3.2.2  Verizon
3.2.3  Sprint
3.2.4  T-Mobile USA
3.2.5  Rogers Communications
3.2.6  Bell Canada
3.2.7  América Móvil
3.2.8  Vivo and Telefónica Latin America
3.2.9  Other mobile operators in Latin America
3.3  M2M managed service providers
3.3.1  Aeris Communications
3.3.2  KORE Telematics
3.3.3  Numerex
3.3.4  Wyless
3.4  LPWA networks
3.5  Satellite networks
3.5.1  Orbcomm
3.5.2  Iridium
3.5.3  Inmarsat
3.5.4  Globalstar

4  Asia-Pacific
4.1  Regional market trends
4.1.1  China
4.1.2  Japan and South Korea
4.1.3  Australia and New Zealand
4.1.4  Southeast Asia
4.1.5  India and South Asia
4.2  Mobile operators
4.2.1  China Mobile
4.2.2  China Unicom
4.2.3  China Telecom
4.2.4  Softbank
4.2.5  NTT Docomo
4.2.6  KDDI
4.2.7  SK Telecom
4.2.8  SingTel
4.2.9 Axiata
4.2.10  Telstra

5  Middle East & Africa
5.1  Regional market trends
5.1.1  Middle East
5.1.2  Africa
5.2  Mobile operators
5.2.1  Etisalat
5.2.2  FastNet
5.2.3  Ooredoo
5.2.4  MTN
5.2.5  Turkcell
5.2.6  Vodacom

6  Market forecasts and trends
6.1  Geographic markets
6.1.1  Global market summary
6.1.2  Europe
6.1.3  North America
6.1.4  Latin America
6.1.5  Asia-Pacific
6.1.6  Middle East & Africa
6.2  Vertical markets
6.2.1  Connected cars is becoming a global phenomenon
6.2.2  International consolidation and growth in the fleet management industry
6.2.3  Insurance and finance drive demand for consumer aftermarket telematics
6.2.4  Nationwide smart metering rollouts behind growth in the utilities sector
6.2.5  POS-terminals is a key application category in emerging markets
6.3  Technology trends
6.3.1  LTE set to become the future network platform for cellular M2M
6.3.2  Massive interest in emerging LPWA technologies…
6.3.3  …but will NB-IOT kill the market?
6.4  Industry trends
6.4.1  M2M/IoT finally becomes a substantial business for mobile operators
6.4.2  M2M managed service providers continue to grow and consolidate
6.4.3  Operators in search for an optimal business model for M2M/IoT
6.4.4  Market co-opetition requires carefully balanced strategies
6.4.5  International cellular M2M connectivity remains a challenge

Glossary

Index

List of Figures
Figure 1.1: Comparison of LTE-family cellular technologies
Figure 1.2: Comparison of LPWA and satellite technologies
Figure 1.3: Cost comparison for IoT technologies (2015)
Figure 1.4: Examples of cellular IoT modules
Figure 1.5: Top wireless module vendors, by revenues and shipments (World 2014)
Figure 1.6: Comparison of SIM form factors
Figure 1.7: Mobile operators supporting GSMA Embedded SIM, by region (Q3-2015)
Figure 1.8: IoT connectivity platform selection by mobile operator (Q3-2015)
Figure 1.9: Application platform and mobile operator partnerships (Q3-2015)
Figure 1.10: Mobile operator M2M alliances (Q3-2015)
Figure 2.1: Mobile operators in Western Europe by M2M subscriber base (Q4-2014)
Figure 2.2: Europe M2M connectivity market data (Q4-2014)
Figure 2.3: France cellular M2M market connectivity data (2013–2015)
Figure 2.4: UK cellular M2M market connectivity data (2013–2014)
Figure 2.5: Germany cellular M2M market connectivity data (2014–2015)
Figure 2.6: Spain & Portugal cellular M2M market connectivity data (2013–2015)
Figure 2.7: Benelux cellular M2M market connectivity data (2013–2015)
Figure 2.8: Nordics cellular M2M market connectivity data (2013–2015)
Figure 2.9: Telefónica M2M subscribers by country (2014–2015)
Figure 2.10: Financial data for Telenor Connexion (2010–2014)
Figure 2.11: Sigfox network partners in Europe (Q3-2015)
Figure 2.12: Planned LoRa network rollouts in Europe (Q3-2015)
Figure 3.1: The Americas M2M connectivity market data (Q3-2015)
Figure 3.2: US cellular M2M market connectivity data (2012–2015)
Figure 3.3: Brazil cellular M2M market connectivity data (2013–2015)
Figure 3.4: Estimated number of M2M subscribers in Latin America ex. Brazil (H1-2015)
Figure 3.5: Telefónica M2M subscribers in Latin America by country (2013–2015)
Figure 3.6: Satellite network operators by M2M subscriber base (Q3-2015)
Figure 4.1: Asia-Pacific M2M connectivity market data (2014/2015)
Figure 4.2: Japan cellular M2M market connectivity data (2012–2015)
Figure 4.3: M2M subscribers by application category (South Korea, August 2015)
Figure 5.1: Turkey cellular M2M market connectivity data (2013–2015)
Figure 6.1: Key regional markets for cellular M2M (Q1-2015)
Figure 6.2: Cellular M2M subscriber forecast, by region (World 2014–2020)
Figure 6.3: Cellular M2M network revenue forecast, by region (World 2014–2020)
Figure 6.4: Cellular M2M communication market forecast (Europe 2014–2020)
Figure 6.5: Cellular M2M communication market forecast (North America 2014–2020)
Figure 6.6: Cellular M2M communication market forecast (Latin America 2014–2020)
Figure 6.7: Cellular M2M communication market forecast (Asia-Pacific 2014–2020)
Figure 6.8: Cellular M2M communication market forecast (MEA 2014–2020)
Figure 6.9: Cellular M2M communication market forecast, by vertical (World 2014–2020)
Figure 6.10: OEM telematics attach rates in new vehicles, by region (2015/2020)
Figure 6.11: Top 25 international providers of fleet management solutions (2015)
Figure 6.12: POS-terminal installed base in key emerging markets (World 2014)
Figure 6.13: Cellular IoT device shipments, by network technology (World 2014–2020)
Figure 6.14: Top 10 mobile operators by M2M subscriber base (World Q1-2015)
Figure 6.15: Quarterly M2M/IoT revenue estimates for major operators (Q3-2015)
Figure 6.16: Top 5 M2M managed service providers by subscriber base (Q4-2015)

Wireless IoT Connectivity Technologies and Markets

Executive summary

1  Embedded systems and the Internet of Things
1.1  Introduction to embedded systems
1.1.1  Market figures and key segments
1.1.2  Technology trends
1.1.3  Business and adoption trends
1.2  Embedded application environments
1.2.1  Embedded hardware and chipsets
1.2.2  Embedded software and applications
1.2.3  End-to-end application platforms and solutions
1.3  Embedded connectivity and the Internet of Things

2  Wireless IoT connectivity technologies
2.1  Wireless technologies and standards
2.1.1  International standard organisations
2.1.2  Network architectures
2.1.3  Unlicensed and licensed frequency bands
2.2  Cellular technologies
2.2.1  2G/3G networks
2.2.2  4G networks
2.2.3  LTE-M and NB-IOT
2.3  LPWA and satellite technologies
2.3.1  Proprietary and semi-proprietary LPWA technologies
2.3.2  LoRa
2.3.3  Sigfox
2.3.4  Ingenu
2.3.5  Wi-SUN
2.3.6  Weightless
2.3.7  Satellite technologies
2.4  WLAN/WPAN technologies
2.4.1  Wi-Fi
2.4.2  Bluetooth
2.4.3  ZigBee
2.4.4  WirelessHART
2.4.5  Thread
2.4.6  Z-Wave
2.4.7  ULE
2.4.8  DSRC

3  Semiconductor companies and module vendors
3.1  Semiconductor industry players
3.1.1  ARM Holdings
3.1.2  Intel
3.1.3  Qualcomm
3.1.4  Atmel
3.1.5  Broadcom
3.1.6  Cypress
3.1.7  Dialog Semiconductor
3.1.8  Marvell
3.1.9  Mediatek
3.1.10  Microchip
3.1.11  NXP Semiconductors
3.1.12  Renesas
3.1.13  Samsung Electronics
3.1.14  STMicroelectronics
3.1.15  Texas Instruments
3.1.16  Toshiba Semiconductors
3.1.17  Altair Semiconductors
3.1.18  GreenPeak Technologies
3.1.19  Nordic Semiconductor
3.1.20  SemTech
3.1.21  Sequans Communications
3.1.22  Silicon Labs
3.2  Cellular M2M/IoT module vendors
3.2.1  Sierra Wireless
3.2.2  Gemalto M2M
3.2.3  Telit
3.2.4  u-blox
3.2.5  SIMCom
3.2.6  Quectel
3.2.7  Huawei
3.2.8  ZTE WeLink
3.2.9  Fibocom
3.2.10  Other cellular module vendors
3.3  WLAN/WPAN M2M/IoT module vendors
3.3.1  Adeunis RF
3.3.2  Advantech
3.3.3  Bluegiga
3.3.4  Digi International
3.3.5  GainSpan
3.3.6  Ingenu
3.3.7  Laird Technologies
3.3.8  Lantronix
3.3.9  Linear Technology
3.3.10  Murata
3.3.11  NWave Technologies
3.3.12  Radiocrafts
3.3.13  Sigma Designs
3.3.14  Silex Technology

4  Key vertical markets
4.1  Automotive & Industrial
4.1.1  OEM automotive
4.1.2 Aftermarket automotive
4.1.3  Industrial automation
4.2  Infrastructure
4.2.1  Smart grids
4.2.2  Smart cities
4.2.3  Intelligent traffic systems
4.3  Consumer & Home
4.3.1  IoT platforms for the consumer market
4.3.2  Smart homes and building automation
4.3.3  Consumer electronics, small appliances and toys

5  Market analysis and forecasts
5.1  IoT market analysis
5.1.1  Insights from the US IoT market
5.1.2  Market positioning of major network technologies
5.2  Cellular technologies
5.2.1  Cellular IoT device shipments
5.2.2  Vertical markets
5.2.3  Regional markets
5.2.4  Technology standards
5.3  LPWA technologies
5.4  WLAN/WPAN technologies

Glossary

Index

List of Figures
Figure 1.1: Examples of MPU architectures
Figure 1.2: Microcontroller revenues and market share by vendor (World 2013)
Figure 1.3: Examples of embedded operating systems and memory requirements
Figure 2.1: Unlicensed and reserved radio frequencies available for wireless IoT
Figure 2.2: Comparison of LTE-family cellular technologies
Figure 2.3: Comparison of LPWA and satellite technologies
Figure 2.4: Major LPWA technology platforms for smart metering (2014)
Figure 2.5: Overview of the LoRa wide area network architecture
Figure 3.1: Top ten semiconductor vendors by revenue (World 2014)
Figure 3.2: Overview of the mbed ecosystem
Figure 3.3: Overview of the Intel IoT platform
Figure 3.4: Qualcomm IoT/M2M cellular module vendor licensees (June 2015)
Figure 3.5: Top wireless module vendors, by M2M sales and shipments (World 2014)
Figure 3.6: Sierra Wireless embedded modules and terminals (Q2-2015)
Figure 3.7: Gemalto M2M embedded modules and terminals (Q2-2015)
Figure 3.8: Telit embedded wireless modules (Q2-2015)
Figure 3.9: u-blox embedded wireless modules (Q2-2015)
Figure 3.10: SIMCom embedded wireless modules (Q2-2015)
Figure 3.11: Quectel embedded wireless modules (Q2-2015)
Figure 3.12: Huawei embedded wireless modules (Q2-2015)
Figure 4.1: Motor vehicle production, by region and country (World 2014)
Figure 4.2: Motor vehicle sales by market (2014)
Figure 4.3: Estimated number of vehicles in use (World 2013)
Figure 4.4: Smart meter penetration in key markets (2013/2023)
Figure 4.5: Installed base of smart electricity meters by technology (EU/US 2013–2020)
Figure 4.6: HVAC market estimates (World 2014)
Figure 4.7: Installed base of smart thermostats (Europe/North America 2014–2020)
Figure 4.8: Top providers of monitored security alarms (World 2015)
Figure 4.9: Connected wearables shipments by region (World 2013–2019)
Figure 4.10: Global small appliances unit sales (2013)
Figure 5.1: Estimated shipments of microprocessor powered products (World 2014)
Figure 5.2: Primary market segments for consumer-related IoT (US 2014)
Figure 5.3: Cost comparison for IoT technologies (2015)
Figure 5.4: Main wireless technologies for major IoT segments
Figure 5.5: Cellular IoT device shipment forecast, by region (World 2014–2020)
Figure 5.6: Cellular IoT device revenue forecast, by region (World 2014–2020)
Figure 5.7: Cellular IoT device market forecast, by vertical (World 2014–2020)
Figure 5.8: Cellular IoT device market forecast, by vertical (Europe 2014–2020)
Figure 5.9: Cellular IoT device market forecast, by vertical (North America 2014–2020)
Figure 5.10: Cellular IoT device market forecast, by vertical (Latin America 2014–2020)
Figure 5.11: Cellular IoT device market forecast, by vertical (Asia-Pacific 2014–2020)
Figure 5.12: Cellular IoT device market forecast, by vertical (MEA 2014–2020)
Figure 5.13: Cellular IoT device shipments, by network technology (World 2014–2020)
Figure 5.14: LPWA IoT device shipments (World 2014–2020)

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- 3 Group Europe
- ARM Holdings
- AT&T
- Adeunis RF
- Advantech
- Aeris Communications
- Africa
- Altair Semiconductors
- América Móvil
- Atmel
- Axiata
- Belgacom
- Bell Canada
- Bluegiga
- Broadcom
- China Mobile
- China Telecom
- China Unicom
- Cubic Telecom
- Cypress
- Deutsche Telekom
- Dialog Semiconductor
- Digi International
- EE
- Etisalat
- FastNet
- Fibocom
- GainSpan
- Gemalto M2M
- Globalstar
- GreenPeak Technologies
- Huawei
- Ingenu
- Inmarsat
- Intel
- Iridium
- KDDI
- KORE Telematics
- KPN
- Laird Technologies
- Lantronix
- Linear Technology
- MTN
- MTS
- Marvell
- Mediatek
- Microchip
- Middle East
- Mobile operators
- Murata
- NTT Docomo
- NWave Technologies
- NXP Semiconductors
- Nordic Semiconductor
- Numerex
- Ooredoo
- Orange
- Orbcomm
- Qualcomm
- Quectel
- Radiocrafts
- Renesas
- Rogers Communications
- SFR
- SIMCom
- SK Telecom
- STMicroelectronics
- Samsung Electronics
- SemTech
- Sequans Communications
- Sierra Wireless
- Sigma Designs
- Silex Technology
- Silicon Labs
- SingTel
- Softbank
- Sprint
- Stream Technologies
- Swisscom
- T-Mobile USA
- Tele2
- Telecom Italia
- Telefónica
- Telekom Austria
- Telenor
- TeliaSonera
- Telit
- Telstra
- Texas Instruments
- Toshiba Semiconductors
- Turkcell
- u-blox
- Verizon
- Vivo
- Vodacom
- Vodafone
- Wireless Logic
- Wyless
- ZTE WeLink

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