The IoT is the focus of European Communications’ latest quarterly survey, as we look to take the temperature of this key industry trend.

In our last poll on the topic, in Q4 2015, a majority of operators said M&A was on the agenda as the investment dedicated to the IoT in their companies was insufficient.

Today, telcos continue to refine their strategies amid increasing competition and as forecasts about the number of connected devices and the revenues they will generate continue to grab headlines.

Is the hype matching the reality?

The survey looks into the evolution of the IoT market, the opportunities and the challenges that the telecoms industry is facing.

The results will be published in the Q2 issue of European Communications magazine, which is out in May.

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