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451 Research: ERM Advanced Telematics betting on IoT opportunity beyond traditional telematics

InsightaaS perspective: One of the more intriguing aspects of IoT is the concept’s service as a springboard for conjuring new technology use cases. In a recent report, 451 Researchers Brian Partridge, David Immerman and Christian Renaud have considered the opportunities this kind of visioning offers to existing tech firms – in this case, to ERM […]

Christian Renaud, research director, Internet of Things, 451 Research

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Hydro delivers a DC power boost

La belle province is the new darling of the Canadian data centre industry. Driven by growing appetite for data centre services associated with the digitization of business and daily life, and fueled by demand for local delivery, global operators are setting up shop in Quebec at an impressive rate. While AWS announced this past January […]


451 Cloud Price Index finds big saving in multi-vendor sourcing

An abundance of assumptions have appeared in the discourse around public cloud procurement – that public cloud is always cheaper than private deployments, that cloud services are essentially an undifferentiated commodity purchase, that migration to public cloud is a simple process, or that the best deal can be found by sourcing from the market leading, […]

Owen Rogers, research director, 451 Research Digital Economics Unit

Rhonda Ascierto, research director, datacenter technologies & eco-efficient IT, 451 Research

451 Research: Schneider Electric dances on its toes in response to changing datacenter demand 2

While the single cloud is no longer on the futurists’ radar, in their research into Schneider Electric’s evolving data centre strategy presented below, 451 Research analysts Rhonda Ascierto and Andy Lawrence explore some of the market response to a particular form of consolidation – the rise of the hyperscale facility, and the decline of the on-premise enterprise […]


451 Research: View Technologies launches real-time, location-based RFID service for IoT item visibility

A convention has built around the Internet of Things which measures IoT market potential in terms of the number of devices that will be connected by a certain date. While this guestimation may offer some rough parameters for overall market size – give or take a billion or two devices – a more interesting view […]

Ryan Martin, associate analyst, IoT and Wearables Technologies