Retailers looking to capitalise on the Internet of Things (IoT) will spend an estimated $2.5 billion on hardware and installation costs over the next five years, according to newly published research.
With US $125 billion in mobile and online transactions by 2018 coming, and China top of eRetail Sales, global eRetail’s boom will continue.
A new report forecasts ‘a health adoption for 5G’ with widespread adoption achieved from 2025 after a 2020 start, representing 7% of operator-billed service revenue.
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