On January 26, IDC, a market research firm, announced the top 10 forecasts for China's Internet of Things market in 2013. According to IDC data, in 2013, the number of Internet users in China will reach 611 million; the number of mobile Internet users will reach 461 million, which indicates that mobile terminals will exceed PCs to become the most frequently used terminals for users to access the Internet.

Forecast 1: China's economic transformation and transformation drive the transformation of ICT market, China's ICT market will continue to grow steadily

2013 will be the year of transformation and transformation in China. The current global economic environment requires China to change its structure of export-driven economic growth. The Chinese government will use a number of measures to stimulate consumption and expand the share of consumption in GDP.

After taking office, the new leader of China will introduce new reform measures. The key reform measures will include land reform, state-owned enterprise reform, fiscal and taxation reform, financial reform and the reform of the distribution system, all of which will have a far-reaching impact on the future of various industries Impact.

After nearly two years of implementation, 2013 will be the adjustment and adjustment year of the 12th Five-Year Plan. These amendments and adjustments have a significant impact on the amount and direction of investment in various regions and industries, and the ICT market is also among them.

Despite many challenges, China's economy will continue to grow steadily in 2013. IDC predicts China's GDP growth will reach 8.3% in 2013 and expects the total size of China's ICT market to reach 360.46 billion U.S. dollars in 2013, up 8.9% over 2012, of which the IT market is 187.93 billion U.S. dollars, up 10.2% from 2012 %, The scale of telecommunication service market is 172.53 billion U.S. dollars, up 7.6% over 2012. The growth of IT platform related to the third platform will be much higher than the average market growth, accounting for 21.6% of the IT market by 2013, an increase of 19.7%.

Forecast 2: The in-depth application of Internet of Things and the third platform technology will make China's smart city construction enter the 3.0 era

The construction of smart city in China started 15 years ago. At that time, the construction of digital city with GIS as the core could be called 1.0 era: digital city. Its main feature is the digitization of geographic information, the scope of application is limited to a number of specialized agencies, limited service objects. With the development of Internet, broadband and wireless technology, the construction of smart city has entered the 2.0 era since 2005: interconnected cities or wireless cities. Its main features are all-round informatization and interconnection. Its application extends to almost all industries. Its service targets cover various aspects such as government, enterprises and residents. However, all kinds of applications are relatively scarce and there are still many isolated data islands.

With the introduction of concepts such as the Smart Earth, Perceived China and the Third Platform from 2009 to 2011, the construction of China's smart city has begun to enter the era of 3.0: the smart city of perception. Its main feature is that Internet of Things technologies are beginning to be widely applied to front-end perception and data Acquisition, 3G or WiFi technology for data transmission, cloud computing and big data technology for backend data storage, processing and mining, application areas and clients more than the 2.0 era more extensive and in-depth.

Forecast 3: Enterprise cloud integration and deepen, personal cloud will grow rapidly in the Chinese market

As IDC mentioned in last year's 10 major projections, China's cloud computing market in 2012 has been growing rapidly: Although most local governments no longer blindly massively build cloud computing data centers, the government's investment in the cloud computing industry chain Cultivation is still playing a huge role at the same time, telecom operators and Internet companies have also increased investment in cloud computing services market; financial, manufacturing, energy and other traditional enterprises have begun to build private cloud computing applications.

IDC believes that the cloud computing service market in China will further develop in 2013, and cloud computing has become one of the mainstream business models and has continuously merged with the concepts of big data, mobile and socialization. Meanwhile, the construction of enterprise-class cloud platform reflects the trend of further integration and deepening, and users are concerned about the technical details of building and applying cloud computing. IDC forecasts that China's cloud computing service market will reach $ 1.83 billion in 2013, an increase of 52.2% over the same period of last year.

Forecast 4: Big Data Applications Entering the Traditional Industry, Risk Management Becomes a New Point of Growth for Business Analysis Market

In 2012, big data became the hottest topic in the IT industry, bringing unprecedented challenges to IT executives. Mobile Internet, networking, e- commerce applications have led to sustained and rapid data source type and amount of data increases, and the traditional database and infrastructure simply can not timely processing, management and analysis of such a large data set.

IDC observes that big data is not the dominant type of product at this moment and that it will drive changes across the entire industry chain, including infrastructure hardware, software and related services. From an industry perspective, the big data applications are at the forefront of the Internet industry. Users in telecom, financial and government sectors are beginning to focus on big data and have success stories.

In 2013, there will be more and more industry users trying out large data platforms and applications. In addition to deep customer relationship management, real-time risk management and control will become a new growth point for business analytics applications in 2013, depending on the major application types, as the development of big data drives the rapid growth of the business analytics application market.

Forecast # 5: Mobile apps and social networking will be deeply integrated into enterprise solutions

As two key elements of the third platform defined by IDC, both mobile and social media will be more integrated with enterprise software in 2013, with mobile and social media becoming the new entry for enterprise-class applications. In addition to the traditional enterprise application software companies, Internet service providers will also work in these two directions.

According to IDC, in 2013, the number of Internet users in China will reach 611 million while the number of mobile Internet users will reach 461 million. This indicates that mobile terminals will exceed PCs to become the most frequently used terminals for users to access the Internet. The demand for mobile Internet for enterprise-class users has moved from sending and receiving email and office automation to expanding the reach of business-class applications. Social media has gradually entered the enterprise from the individual-oriented consumer and merged with the traditional enterprise-class applications, providing an important platform for enterprises to improve the efficiency of collaborative work and realize social commerce. The integration of mobile social networking and enterprise-level applications has also become the focus of future development.

Prediction # 6: Low-level intelligence development has become a success factor in the development of intelligent terminals

In 2012, the changes in the smart terminal industry have become more and more complex. As a result, Chinese customers are experiencing a rising demand for advanced experience. How to stimulate further market development so that customers can purchase second and third terminal products has become a concern of manufacturers.

The traditional application model has been unable to meet customer needs, the market's hot spots from the traditional configuration and application store competition, to further upgrade to the development of deep intelligence platform. Such as folding screen, voice input, multi-touch and other development.

IDC believes that the future of China's deep competition in intelligent terminals mainly exist in three areas: intelligent transmission and power management, smart form factor, smart input.

Forecast 7: LTE and broadband affect the new pattern of telecom market, the license has not been issued, and the investment is prior

The sluggish growth of traditional voice services has enabled data services based on mobile broadband and fixed broadband networks to become the prime mover for business operator growth. In September 2012, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology announced that the issuance of the 4G license will be substantially advanced and will be released as early as the end of 2013.

With the support of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, preparatory work for China Mobile 4G has been conducted in an orderly manner. Under the competitive pressure, China Telecom and China Unicom also had to speed up the pace of putting 4G on the agenda. In the fixed network market, China Mobile access to fixed-line license few suspense.

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