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Internet of Things (IoT) Market to Witness 26.4% CAGR from 2022 to 2029; Oracle Corporation Launched Portable Server for Edge Computing to Expand Footfall

March 31, 2022 | Information & Technology

The global Internet of Things (IoT) market size is projected to rise from USD 478.36 billion in 2022 to USD 2,465.26 billion by 2029. Expanding penetration of IoT solutions and services will prompt investments across the developing and developed economies. Moreover, the trend for smart cities and advanced vehicle solutions will augur well for the business outlook.

According to the latest research report by Fortune Business Insights™ titled, Internet of Things (IoT) Market Size, Share & COVID-19 Impact Analysis, By Component (Platform, Solution & Services), By End-use (BFSI, Retail, Government, Healthcare, Manufacturing, Agriculture, Sustainable Energy, Transportation, IT & Telecom, and Others), and Regional Forecast, 2022-2029,” the market garnered USD 384.70 billion in 2021. It is expected to witness a 26.4% CAGR during the assessment period.

Bullish Trend for IoT amid COVID-19 Pandemic to Augur Well  

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a compelling impact on the global market, with the healthcare sector witnessing massive disruptions. State-of-the-art solutions and services have gained considerable traction as end-users continue to invest in artificial intelligence and cloud computing. To illustrate, in April 2020, GE Healthcare teamed up with Microsoft Corporation to roll out cloud-based patient monitoring software for COVID-19 wards. With bullish investments in the healthcare sector, stakeholders are likely to inject funds into IoT solutions and services.

Siemens Prioritizes NX Software with Investments in AI and Advanced Simulation Technologies

Well-established and emerging players have upped focus on cloud computing, AI and big data to tap markets. Given the shift in advanced technologies, leading companies are likely to gain prominence from the retail, manufacturing and healthcare sectors. For instance, in February 2022, Siemens announced the addition of intelligence-based design to the Xcelerator portfolio with the release of NX software. The company will cash in on simulation technologies and AI while investing in capability and productivity enhancements. With the trend for new tools and technologies, stakeholders expect the Internet of Things (IoT) market share to gain a notable uptick during the forecast period.

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Expansion of Smart City Projects to Usher in Innovations

Burgeoning urbanization and soaring population have compelled stakeholders to focus on smart city projects. So much so that connected devices, such as smart meters, smart light and sensors have set the trend globally. Millennials have exhibited a profound inclination for smart infrastructure and smart homes and buildings. According to July 2021 White & Case LLP report, Saudi Arabia is contemplating the construction of four big smart cities, the Red Sea Project, NEOM, Qiddiya, and Amaala. The penetration of Industry 4.0 across industry verticals will bode well for leading companies boosting Internet of Things (IoT) market growth. However, concerns regarding the privacy and security of data across connected devices may not augur well for the global outlook.

Major Players Invest in Product Launches to Expand Footfall

Industry participants are likely to infuse funds into mergers & acquisitions, geographical expansion, product launches and technological advancements. Moreover, stakeholders could prioritize R&D activities during the forecast period.

Industry Development

  • February 2021: Oracle Corporation rolled out a portable server for edge computing Oracle RED to help users build and run edge data centers in remote or rugged locations.

List of the Companies Profiled in the Global Market

  • Amazon Web Services, Inc. (Washington, U.S.)

  • Intel Corporation (California, U.S.)

  • Microsoft Corporation (Washington, U.S.)

  • PTC Inc. (Massachusetts, U.S.)

  • Robert Bosch GmbH (Gerlingen, Germany)

  • Cisco Systems, Inc. (California, U.S.)

  • IBM Corporation (New York, U.S.)

  • Oracle Corporation (Texas, U.S.)

  • SAP SE (Walldorf, Germany)

  • Siemens AG (Munich, Germany)

Further Report Findings

  • Based on component, solution and services segment will account for a notable share of the global market due to increased deployment of connected devices across the healthcare sector.

  • North America market size stood at USD 126.03 billion in 2021 and will rise with growing investments in IoT-enabled devices.

  • Europe market forecast will be strong on the back of strong investments from the healthcare sector.

Table of Segmentation



Study Period


Base Year


Estimated Year


Forecast Period


Historical Period



Value (USD billion)


Component; End-use Industry; and Region

By Component

  • Platform

    • Device Management 

    • Cloud Platform

    • Network Management

  • Solution & Services

    • Solution

      • Real-Time Streaming Analytics

      • Security

      • Data Management

      • Remote Monitoring

      • Network Band Management

    • Services 

By End-use Industry

  • Banking, Financial Services and Insurance (BFSI)

  • Retail

  • Government

  • Healthcare

  • Manufacturing

  • Agriculture

  • Sustainable Energy

  • Transportation

  • IT & Telecom

  • Others

By Region

  • North America (By Component; End-use Industry; and Country)

    • U.S. (By End Use Industry)

    • Canada (By End Use Industry)

    • Mexico (By End Use Industry)

  • Europe (By Component; End-use Industry; and Country)

    • Germany (By End Use Industry)

    • France (By End Use Industry)

    • U.K. (By End Use Industry)

    • Italy (By End Use Industry)

    • Spain (By End Use Industry)

    • Russia (By End Use Industry)

    • Benelux (By End Use Industry)

    • Nordics (By End Use Industry)

    • Rest of Europe

  • Asia Pacific (By Component; End-use Industry; and Country)

    • China (By End Use Industry)

    • Japan (By End Use Industry)

    • India (By End Use Industry)

    • South Korea (By End Use Industry)

    • ASEAN (By End Use Industry)

    • Oceania (By End Use Industry)

    • Rest of Asia Pacific

  • The Middle East & Africa (By Component; End-use Industry; and Country)

    • Turkey (By End Use Industry)

    • Israel (By End Use Industry)

    • GCC (By End Use Industry)

    • North Africa (By End Use Industry)

    • South Africa (By End Use Industry)

    • Rest of the Middle East & Africa

  • South America (By Component; End-use Industry; and Country)

    • Brazil (By End Use Industry)

    • Argentina (By End Use Industry)

    • Rest of South America

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