Skip to content

IoT Anywhere: Wireless Data Wherever You Need It

The need for loT connectivity to operate effectively and securely anywhere on the planet is increasing – on land, sea and air. With loT becoming an increasingly important part of

business and commercial operations, annual growth rates in fast developing countries and regions are now much higher than in developed regions

IoT regional growth rates 2022-28
  • So which connectivity types are best suited to different applications?
  • Who needs 5G RedCap? How does it fit versus LTE Cat versions?
  • What benefits do eSIM and iSIM offer for different IoT use cases?
  • What part does mesh networking have to play in IoT?
  • Why combine long range and short range wireless technologies?
  • What are the key issues in IoT antenna design?
  • What is the roaming potential of LoRaWAN?
  • What are the key issues for IoT security moving forward?
  • What is the opportunity for GEO and LEO satellites integrated with cellular and LoRaWAN®?

As the significance of IoT accelerates, so does the range of connectivity types and the network services needed to address the opportunities. ‘IoT anywhere’ is the promise, but it cannot be achieved with one connectivity type alone. A variety of different types is now vital

IoT revenue is expected to grow at nearly 15%
per annum to 2030

These and many other key issues on IoT and connectivity choices are explored in this report.
Gain unique insights from

  • Industry expert interviews
  • Exclusive survey findings
  • New market analysis
  • Application heat maps
  • Connectivity profiling

. . . and much more

While we’ve seen newer technologies emerge, they have also served to increase the complexity confronting developers rather than make it simpler to build and deploy solutions.

COO, Blues

Satellites are already becoming a new type of cellular tower in space. This moves applications, especially those in loT, a step closer to fully resilient, ubiquitous service coverage.

SVP, Kore

5G Fixed Wireless Access is an enormous market. And mainly hybrid solutions, which mean this is a hybrid of a DSL modem, which can be copper to wire cable or fibre. Those operators then have a 5G option inside.

SVP, Quectel

This 120+ page report features:

  • 20+ interviews with solution providers & integrators at the forefront of the market
  • Exclusive survey of senior business leaders driving IoT deployment
  • Unique sponsor insights offering real-world views from those actively in the market
  • Case studies that highlight diverse applications for IoT anywhere

Get your copy of this free report now

Please respond to all questions. A download link will be sent to the email address provided.

"*" indicates required fields

About You
About Your Company
Which IoT products/services are of interest in the next 12 months? (Please select all that apply)*

Proud to sponsor this important report that seeks to improve the success rate of IoT deployments

About Beecham Research

Beecham Research is a leading technology market research, analysis and consulting firm established in 1991. We have specialized in the development of the rapidly-growing Connected Devices market, often referred to as M2M and IoT, worldwide since 2001.

We are internationally recognised as thought leaders in this market and have deep knowledge of the market dynamics at every level in the value chain.

Our clients include component and hardware vendors, major network/connectivity suppliers, system integrators, application developers, distributors and enterprise users in both B2B and B2C markets. We are experts in M2M/IoT services and platforms and also in lot solution security, where we have extensive technical knowledge.