Published: 03 November 2015
Analyst(s): Michele Reitz, Jim Walker, Nolan Reilly , John Barber, James F. Hines, Gerald Van Hoy, Klaus Rinnen, Nathan Nuttall, Ben Lee , Masatsune Yamaji , Masao Kuniba, Peter Middleton , Jon Erensen , Adriana Blanco, Ganesh Ramamoorthy, Hiroyuki Shimizu, Paul O'Donovan, Amy Teng , Dean Freeman, Steve Ohr
Semiconductor consumption for the IoT in 2015 will be $11.5 billion and will grow to $35.2 billion by 2020 for a 24.2% compound annual growth rate from 2013 through 2020. We analyzed the intelligence, sensing and communications capabilities that characterize the different types of IoT hardware.
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