IoT Spending At $737 Billion, On Way To Pass $1 Trillion

by Net Future Institute on February 10, 2017

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After spending several days with the consumer electronics industry at CES in Last Vegas earlier this year, it was quite obvious that the market now sees the Internet of Things as a very big deal. To help numerically add icing to that electronic cake, IDC recently came out with an updated IoT forecast and it matches the scope seen at CES.

For the last year, worldwide IoT spending is now pegged at $737 billion as organizations invested in hardware, software, services and connectivity.

Annual growth for the next few years is estimated at 16%, reaching $1.29 trillion in 2020.

Consumer IoT purchases will become one of the largest segments by 2020, with the fastest industry growth in insurance, consumer, healthcare and retail, according to the IDC report.

Smart home investments by consumers will more than double over the next three years, reaching more than $63 billion by 2020,

From a technology perspective, hardware will remain the largest spending category through the next three years, approaching $400 billion by 2020.

These are going to be numbers too big to ignore.


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