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European Internet of Things Forecast, 2021-2025

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European Internet of Things Forecast, 2021-2025
Published: September 16, 2021
Content info: 17 Pages
Delivery time: 1-2 business days
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This Market Forecast study presents IDC's expectations for the IoT market in Europe (Western Europe and Central and Eastern Europe). It leverages the IDC Worldwide Semiannual Internet of Things Spending Guide published in May 2021. The forecast is broken down by technology, industry, and geography and presents key drivers and market dynamics in each segment. The study replaces IDC's European Internet of Things Forecast, 2020-2024 (IDC #EUR145935020, June 2020)."IoT is proving to be a critical part of European digitalization strategies in the COVID-19 era. Organizations have realized they can withstand rapid change and even thrive during disruption. They understand that technology and automation will become more important, and they have identified IoT as a key part of their transformation strategies." - Research Director John Gole, IDC European IoT Practice

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Product Code: EUR146481321

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Executive Summary

Advice for Technology Suppliers

Market Forecast

  • Geography View
    • Western Europe
    • Central and Eastern Europe
  • Technology View
    • Connectivity
    • Hardware
    • Services
    • Software
  • Industry View
    • Distribution and Services
    • Manufacturing and Resources
    • Consumer
    • Public Sector
    • Infrastructure
    • Finance

Market Context

  • Drivers and Inhibitors
    • Drivers
      • Improving Productivity and Reducing Costs
      • Enhancing Customer Experience
      • Improving Product Quality
    • Inhibitors
      • Lack of Budget
      • Existing Infrastructure Limits
  • Significant Market Developments
    • Vendor Announcements
  • Changes from Prior Forecast

Market Definition


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