Enabling 20 Billion Devices Through The Internet Of Things

by on ‎03-07-2018 01:32 PM

It’s no secret that our world is becoming increasingly connected. People, cars, robots, and various other machines responsible for connected devices are expected to reach the billions within the next few years. No surprise, then, that Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity implementation and adaptation is top of mind for both enterprises and operators.


According to forecasts from the Ericsson Mobility Report, the number of connected devices will be nearly quadruple the world’s current population by 2023. Of the 30 billion connected devices that will be circulating from North America to the Far East, around two-thirds will be powered by IoT. While those figures may sound astounding, the technological innovation and disruption that we have been witnessing over the past decade has created even more opportunity for evolution within our industry – especially as it relates to global connectivity and management of people, devices, and things.


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About the Author
Rohit Tripathi is Global Vice President and General Manger, SAP Digital Interconnect, and brings with him over 20 years of experience in software and business operations. In his current role, Rohit focuses on bringing to market value added solutions that help SAP Mobile Services customers get more engaged, secure and gather actionable insights in the Digital World. Rohit also serves on the North American Board of Directors for Mobile Marketers Association. Previously, Rohit held various leadership positions at SAP in the area of technology and products. Prior to joining SAP, Rohit was with The Boston Consulting Group where he advised senior executives of Fortune 500 companies on business strategy and operations.