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Cellular IOT module market declined eight per cent due to COVID

A cellular IOT module or a cellular chipset embedded directly into the printed circuit board of a device or a piece of equipment is used by every connected device that makes use of a cellular connection (2G, 3G, 4G, or 5G)

The cellular IOT module market, after being hit hard by the COVID pandemic has declined eight per cent (on-year) to $3.1 billion in 2020. A global chip shortage is now affecting 2021 shipment volumes and profit margins, a new report has said.

According to data provided by (Internet of Things) IoT Analytics, a leading provider of market insights and competitive intelligence for IOT and Industry 4.0, the global semiconductor shortage had already affected some cellular module companies in Q4 2020. “Most cellular module companies have a large backlog of orders in hand, and chip shortages have led to higher chip price volatility. Hence, in H1 2021, we expect a global decline in shipment volume for the overall cellular IOT module market and a decrease in profit margins for module makers”, said the report that was released late on Thursday. The chip shortage is, therefore, hampering the Covid-19 cellular IOT recovery in Europe and North America and markets there are not expected to grow as much as they could, the findings showed.

“The promise of pre-configured IOT modules has become increasingly attractive in recent years, as customers are looking to decrease time-to-market for IOT solutions and multi-connectivity setups have made it more complicated for companies to develop their own solutions”, said Knud Lasse Lueth, CEO at IoT Analytics.

China is the only big country that showed growth in 2020.

In China the cellular IOT module shipment grew 14 per cent (YoY) in 2020, while cellular IOT module shipment in the rest of the world declined.

The findings showed that the IOT initiatives in China were much less affected and continued as planned after a short COVID-19 lockdown.

A cellular IOT module or a cellular chipset embedded directly into the printed circuit board of a device or a piece of equipment is used by every connected device that makes use of a cellular connection (2G, 3G, 4G, or 5G).

With 4.5 billion cellular IOT connections expected by 2025, the market for cellular IOT module is in a long-term cyclical uptrend, the report noted.

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