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IoNT Market (Internet of Nano Things) Growing at 22.81% CAGR to 2020 Says a New Research Report Available at adds "Internet of Nano Things Market by Communication Type (Short & Long Distance Communication), by Nano Components & Devices (Cameras, Phones, Scalar Sensors, Processors, Memory Cards, Power Systems, Antennas & Transceivers) - Worldw

DALLAS, Sept. 3, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The factors which are driving the IoNT market rely on government support and the need for enhancing connectivity and are proving to be beneficial for the market leaders and the industry. The objects can interact anywhere, anytime, can interoperate and collaborate heterogeneous range of entities dynamically. As a result, every element in the value chain needs to undergo a revolutionary change and optimize its operations. The number of connected devices is expected to increase at a rapid pace in the coming years. This is expected to drive further growth in the network size and complexity for real-time traffic handling, as most of these are smart devices having multiple features. To enable interaction among these devices, communication is required between real world physical elements; adopting the Internet of Nano things (IoNT) will facilitate communication over Internet for these devices. The IoNT market report profiles leading companies such as Alcatel-Lucent S.A. (France), IBM Corporation (U.S.), Cisco Systems, Inc. (U.S.), Intel Corporation (U.S.), Qualcomm Incorporated (U.S.), Schneider Electric (France), Siemens AG (Germany), Juniper Networks (U.S.), SAP S.E. (Germany), and Gemalto (Netherlands). It is further segmented into communication types, devices components, and verticals and forecasts the revenue for the various submarkets. Complete report is available at .

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The interconnectivity of nanoscale devices with deployed Internet networks has become the centre of all business activities; this is described as Internet of Nano Things (IoNT). It is the essence of smart connectivity of devices implemented for communication. It will help in seamless transfer of data among the devices with the help of a given spectrum. The internetwork of devices will change over time, depending upon the technological penetration and acceptance among the end users. This vision and model has been evolving greatly with regard to the number and types of things being connected and the technologies for collecting, processing, and sharing. This research report available for purchase at .

Table of Contents for Internet of Nano Things Market by Communication Type (Short & Long Distance Communication), by Nano Components & Devices (Cameras, Phones, Scalar Sensors, Processors, Memory Cards, Power Systems, Antennas & Transceivers) – Worldwide Forecast & Analysis (2016 - 2020) research report cover:

1 Introduction

1.1 Objectives of the Study

1.2 Report Description

1.3 Markets Covered

1.4 Stakeholders

2 Research Methodology

2.1 Description of the IONT Demand Model

2.2 Market Size Estimation

2.3 Market Crackdown & Data Triangulation

2.4 Market Share Estimation

3 Executive Summary

3.1 Abstract

3.2 Overall Market Size

4 Premium Insights

4.1 Attractive Market Opportunities in IONT

4.2 IONT Market: Top Three Communication Types

4.3 IONT Market

4.4 Global IONT Market By Component & Device

4.5 Life Cycle Analysis By Region

5 Market Overview

5.1 Introduction

5.2 IONT: Evolution

5.3 Market Segmentation

5.4 IONT: Eco-System

5.5 Market Dynamics

6 Industry Trends

6.1 Porter's Five Forces Analysis

6.1.1 Threat From New Entrants

6.1.2 Threat From Substitutes

6.1.3 Bargining Power of Suppliers

6.1.4 Bargaining Power of Buyers

6.1.5 Intensity of Competitive Rivalry

7 IONT Market, By Communication Type

7.1 Introduction

7.2 Short-Distance Communication

7.3 Long-Distance Communication

8 IONT Market, By Device & Component

8.1 Introduction

8.1.1 Nano Cameras

8.1.2 Nano Phones

8.1.3 Scalar Nano Sensors

8.1.4 Nano Processors

8.1.5 Nano Memory Cards

8.1.6 Nano Power Systems

8.1.7 Nano Antennas & Transceivers

8.1.8 Others

9 IONT:Markets Size, By Vertical Application

9.1 Introduction

9.1.1 Biomedical & Healthcare

9.1.2 Transportation & Logistics

9.1.3 Media & Entertainment

9.1.4 Defense & Aerospace

9.1.5 Manufacturing

9.1.6 Energy & Utilities

9.1.7 Retail

9.1.8 Others

10 Regional Analysis

10.1 Introduction

10.2 North America (NA)

10.3 Europe

10.4 Asia-Pacific (APAC)

10.5 Latin America (LA)

10.6 Middle East and Africa (MEA)

11 Competitive Landscape

11.1 Overview

11.2 Market Share Analysis, IONT Market

11.3 Competitive Situation & Trends

11.4 New Product Launches

11.5 Agreements, Partnerships, Collaborations, & Joint Ventures

11.6 Merger & Acquisitions (M&A)

12 Company Profiles

12.1 Introduction

12.2 Alcatel-Lucent Sa

12.3 CISCO Systems, Inc.

12.4 Gemalto N.V.

12.5 Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd.

12.6 International Business Machines Corporation

12.7 Intel Corporation

12.8 Juniper Networks, Inc.

12.9 SAP SE

12.10 Siemens AG

12.11 Qualcomm Incorporated

13 Appendix

13.1 Insights of Industry Experts

13.2 Discussion Guide

13.3 Introducing RT: Real-Time Market Intelligence

13.4 Available Customizations

13.5 Related Reports

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