IoT in India is all about hype and confusion: Ganesh Ramamoorthy, Gartner

Many say that the Internet of Things is the big thing now, but some believe it's just a hype, and Gartner's Research VP Ganesh Ramamoorthy also thinks IoT at this stage is nothing more than a hype.

Arti Singh November 17, 2015 10:24:52 IST

Many say that the Internet of Things is the big thing now, but some believe it's just a hype, and Gartner's Research VP Ganesh Ramamoorthy also thinks IoT at this stage is nothing more than a hype. In an interview, Ramamoorthy talks about the IoT adoption in India and the trends and challenges associated with IoT. He also believes there's lot of confusion between vendors and end users in the market.

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