A great many people see the IoT as a buyer driven wonder, yet there's significantly more to it than basically controlling your carport entryway or home lighting with a cell phone.

"While wearable gadgets are the customer face of the Internet of Things (however) the genuine open door stays in the undertaking and open part advertises," said Vernon Turner, IDC senior VP and research individual (IoT), endeavor frameworks.

Japanese telecom giant SoftBank recently purchased the British chipmaker ARM Holdings for nearly $32 billion, mostly based on ARM's position in the IoT. SoftBank's billionaire CEO, Masayoshi Son, had this to say about the importance of IoT in the acquisition:

"First there was the internet, then the mobile internet and next there will be the internet of things, which is going to be the biggest paradigm shift in human history. I'm making this investment at the very beginning of this shift."

The Internet of Things (IoT) revolution, set to facilitate communication between billions of connected devices, has inspired tech companies from new startups to old-guard IT providers to move quickly in order to carve out a piece of the emerging market.
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