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John Canali

Principal Senior Analyst, IoT

Country Boston, USA

Experience 11+ years

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John Canali is a principal senior analyst within Omdia's Internet of Things practice and is based in Boston. His specialist areas of coverage include service provider IoT strategies, IoT product and go-to-market approaches, and key IoT vertical markets including connected cars.
Prior to joining Omdia, formerly Ovum, IoT team in 2019, John spent over five years working in product management and product development with AT&T's IoT organization, providing commercial and market support in areas including connected cars, fleet solutions, smart cities, and smart homes. Before joining AT&T, John was an analyst with Strategy Analytics, focusing on connected car markets, technologies, and opportunities.

John holds a BA in economics from Trinity College, Hartford, CT, and an MSc with distinction in international strategy and economics from St. Andrews University in Scotland.

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  • IoT impact of COVID-19 - An early view

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    IoT impact of COVID-19 - An early view

    This report offers an early view of how COVID-19 is likely to affect the IoT market and, more specifically, IoT demand in various industry verticals.

  • IoT impact of COVID-19: An early view

    Internet of Things

    IoT impact of COVID-19: An early view

    This research note offers an early view of how COVID-19 is likely to affect the IoT market, and more specifically, IoT demand in various industry verticals.

  • Europe selects CV2X for autonomous driving, tipping the scale globally

    Internet of Things

    Europe selects CV2X for autonomous driving, tipping the scale globally

    There has been much debate in Europe (and elsewhere) about which technology standard should be selected for connected and autonomous cars. The two major standards proposed were one based on Wi-Fi technology and another based on cellular LTE and 5G technology.