A chart of the unknown and the resources to monetize it - avnet-cnx-iot

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A chart of the unknown and the resources to monetize it - avnet-cnx-iot
A chart of the unknown and the resources to monetize it
pg. 1 - Past, Present, and Future IOT
pg. 2 - Percentage of IOT Units, and Barriers to Market
pg. 3 - CNX-IOT, Avnet, and Windows Embedded
N A V I G A T E
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G A L A X Y
A chart of the unknown and the resources to monetize it
The IOT is like a black hole. Here’s what’s on the other side.
The digital shift instigated by the Nexus of Forces (cloud, mobile,
social and information), and boosted by IOT, threatens many
existing businesses. They have no choice but to pursue IOT, like
they’ve done with the consumerization of IT.
As the third phase of the internet, the IOT opens up a new dimension
in business. Like the black hole, it has mesmerized us for years. Here’s
a look at this powerful, massive entity and what is on the other side...
- Jim Tully, vice president and Gartner analyst.
Past
Think:
automated teller machines
airline check-in machines
It’s not that new or unknown.
Present - 2015
Future - By 2020
Gartner reports that built-in
connectivity will soon be standard.
25 billion number
of connected things.
96%
The automotive
sector growth rate
Automotive
4.9 billion
Number of
connected things
2.9 billion
Highest growth sector
$69.5 billion
Total dollars in
services spending
Number of consumer
sector connected things
CIOs must understand that the most disruptive impact and competitive
threats — and, equally, the greatest competitive opportunities — arise
not from simply digitalizing a product or service, but from creating a new
business model and value proposition.
Top 3 IOT verticals
1. Manufacturing
2. Utilities
3. Transportation
736 million
Units of connected things
installed by top 3 IOT verticals
in 2015
$263 billion
Total dollars in services spending
13 billion
Number of consumer sector
connected things
Market drivers
Consumer applications
will drive the most connected things
Enterprise applications
Will account for most of the revenue
- Steve Prentice, vice president and Gartner Fellow.
p. 1
Barriers
to market
Percentage of Internet
of Things Units Installed
Base by Category
Top 3 IOT verticals
1. Utilities
2. Manufacturing
3. Government
Capitol
Scalability
Inventory
Global distribution
1.7 billion
Units of connected things
installed by top 3 IOT verticals
52%
Consumer
21%
Generic
business
14%
Automotive
13%
Vertical
Business
Monetizing disruptive impact
Organizations must straddle the tension of all the information
available from smart things by balancing their desire to
collect and analyze it with the risk of its loss or misuse.
- Steve Prentice, vice president and Gartner Fellow.
p. 2
Top partners in IOT
Avnet and Windows Embedded
is an embedded solutions team for
product ideation through global
distribution, development of Intelligent
Systems, and connectivity to the
IOT, delivering best use of capital,
cost control, speed to market, and
optimum margin.
With 90+ years of blazing trails
across the IT universe Avnet leads
the battle in streamlined, software
-to-server expertise globally.
- 292,000,000
Number of devices
programmed annually
Windows Embedded is light years
ahead, making the IOT real through
its intelligent systems. From devices
on the edge of your network, to
back-end systems and services, the
data that flows through your enterprise,
Microsoft will drive a new level of
business intelligence.
- 5,000,000
Number of orders
processed annually
- 81,000,000,000
Number of units
shipped annually
- 389,000
Number of systems
integrated annually
p. 3

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