Tuesday, June 04, 2013

Parks Associates Releases New Research for the Connected Home as North American Home Network Penetration Approaches 60% in 2013

Parks Associates announced today the release of four new reports focused on emerging trends in the connected home, including app development, digital health, mobile services, and connected appliances. Industry reports from the international research firm include competitive profiles, industry forecasts, strategic recommendations, consumer trends, and new business models and strategies for the mobile and connected home markets.

"By the end of 2013, 60% of all U.S. and Canadian households will have a home data network, which is a broad foundation for new opportunities in digital health, digital-content discovery, and connected appliances," said Stuart Sikes, President, Parks Associates. "As the Internet of Things starts to take shape, the way consumers and devices interact is shifting toward greater automation and personalization. Our new industry reports clarify the current and future opportunities as technologies in the connected home take on new roles, from connected cars to home-based healthcare."

New research reports from Parks Associates:

Successful App Business Models: Trends and Case Studies

This report analyzes the mobile app market, highlights consumer usage trends, and uses case studies of six mobile apps to showcase how app developers build and grow their businesses.

Disease Management and Health Monitoring for ACOs

This report examines new care delivery models and implications for home management services and home health monitoring technologies, including revenues generated and growth potential.

M2M: The Next Billion Mobile Connections

This report examines the consumer side of the growing cellular-enabled machine-to-machine (M2M) industry and highlights opportunities for U.S. and global mobile service providers.

Connected Appliances: Evolution and Uses

This report examines the technologies, standards, and business cases for connected appliances, including implications for home energy management, home controls, and smart grid applications.

From the article, "Parks Associates Releases New Research for the Connected Home as North American Home Network Penetration Approaches 60% in 2013."

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