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Connected Living - Implications of a $730 Billion Connected Life Market by 2020

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Connected Living - Implications of a $730Connected Living - Implications of a $730 Billion Connected Life Market by 2020 PR Newswire LONDON, March 26, 2014 -- Frost & Sullivan's online conference will explore opportunities and strategies Consumer preferences are evolving toward virtual and immersive environments merging the physical and digital worlds thus creating a connected life. Access to the internet of things is becoming more seamless and ubiquitous through a range connected life solutions delivering real-time and proactive services to the users. The development, trends and future growth of such 'connected life' applications and services will be the theme of the online presentation scheduled for Tuesday, 1 April, at 3 pm BST. Frost & Sullivan's Visionary Innovation Research Group - led by Programme Manager Archana Amarnath, Senior Consultant Olivia Price- Walker and Senior Research Analyst Archana Vidyasekar - has completed an extensive analysis on the Connected Living Market. The experts will lead a teleconference joined by guest speaker Holger Knopke, Vice President, Connected Home at Deutsche Telekom AG. They will discuss new trends and developments shaping the market, followed by a live question-and- answer session. The online conference will also identify future opportunities in the market and key implications and strategies for creating connected living solutions and services.
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Connected Living - Implications of a $730 Billion Connected Life Market by 2020

PR Newswire

-- Frost & Sullivan's online conference will explore opportunities and strategies

Consumer preferences are evolving toward virtual and immersive environments merging the physical and digital worlds thus creating a connected life. Access to the internet of things is becoming more seamless and ubiquitous through a range connected life solutions delivering real-time and proactive services to the users. The development, trends and future growth of such 'connected life' applications and services will be the theme of the online presentation scheduled for Tuesday, 1 April, at 3 pm BST.