Published: 09 October 2014
Analyst(s): Adriana Blanco, Jim Tully, Peter Middleton , Alfonso Velosa , Klaus Rinnen, John Barber, Hiroyuki Shimizu, Ben Lee , Masao Kuniba, Steve Ohr, Gerald Van Hoy, Dean Freeman, James F. Hines, Masatsune Yamaji , Ganesh Ramamoorthy, Nolan Reilly , Mark Hung, Michele Reitz, Jon Erensen , Amy Teng , Bryan Lewis, Paul O'Donovan
Semiconductor consumption for the IoT will be almost $9.1 billion in 2014 and $43.5 billion by 2020. We analyzed the intelligence, sensing and communications capabilities that characterize the different types of IoT hardware. The forecast highlights the growth of these devices as key IoT components.
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