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IP EXPO Europe 2016: IoT Predictions

With a record number of visitors at this year’s IP EXPO Europe, there was quite a hubbub of activity spread across the six IT events at the Excel, London.
EM360° caught up with a few key speakers and analysts from research firms IDC and Quocirca at the event and captured their views on how they see things emerging for the Internet of Things – a hot topic in the room.
Featuring Rob Bamforth, Prinicpal Analyst at Quocirca; Philip Carnelley, Research Director at IDC; and Mark Burgess, founder of CFEngine and independent infrastructure analyst, who closed Day 1 with his keynote ‘Thinking in Promises for an Internet of Things’.
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Philip Carnelley, Research Director at IDC; Rob Bamforth, Principal Analyst at Quocirca; Mark Burgess, Independent Researcher
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