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Bill Morelli

Research Vice President, Enterprise

Country USA

Experience 22+ years

Bill Morelli

As head of the Enterprise research sector, Bill Morelli manages core strategy, personnel, analysis, and commercial planning for the practice, whose focus areas include artificial intelligence, cloud and data centers, cybersecurity, enterprise IT, and the Internet of Things (IoT). He specializes in IoT use cases and the convergence of technology trends. 

In his previous roles at IHS Markit and IMS Research, Bill provided authoritative coverage on fast-growing and evolving markets. Over the past 15 years, he has also launched research on a range of emerging technologies, such as cellular machine-to-machine (M2M) communication and IoT. He has published numerous reports on a wide array of subjects, including global IoT, 5G, connected devices, mobile handsets, smartphones and converged devices, and I/O technologies.

Drawing from a deep well of knowledge and expertise backed by years of experience in the field, Bill has provided strategic market analysis and valuable guidance for end-equipment manufacturers and component suppliers alike. 

A regular speaker at industry events, Bill and his research have been featured in publications such as The Washington Post, Bloomberg Businessweek, and The New York Times.

Events Bill is speaking at

30 Sep 2020 , 12:00


The Virtual AI Summit Silicon Valley

  • Adam Davidson
  • Roy Illsley
  • Bill Morelli

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    Internet of Things

    5G can be an industrial IoT accelerator

    With its potential to accelerate and augment the industrial internet of things (IIoT), 5G technology is poised for major growth in industrial sector, with 5G IIoT connections forecasted to rise to nearly 140,000 units in 2023, up from only about 1,000 in 2021, according to an optimistic scenario forecast from Omdia.    

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    Service Providers

    Edge computing – will it get real at MWC20?

    Edge computing remains as crucial as ever not only for communication service provider plans for 5G but for the complex and diverse ecosystem on which 5G’s success depends.