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Growth of Connected Devices from 1950 to 2050 [8]

Growth of Connected Devices from 1950 to 2050 [8]

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Internet of Things has gained the attention of almost everybody due to its capability of monitoring and controlling the environment. IoT helps making decisions supported by real data collected using large number of ordinary day-to-day devices that have been augmented with intelligence through the installation of sensing, processing and communicatio...

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... was forecasted that the number of devices connected to the Internet would reach 25 billion in 2020 from 10 billion in 2014 and surpass 100 billion by 2050 [9]. Figure 1 shows the growth of connected devices on the Internet starting from 1950s to 2050 by forecaseted IBM in 2015. ...
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... was forecasted that the number of devices connected to the Internet would reach 25 billion in 2020 from 10 billion in 2014 and surpass 100 billion by 2050 [9]. Figure 1 shows the growth of connected devices on the Internet starting from 1950s to 2050 by forecaseted IBM in 2015. ...

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