There are plenty of technology companies adding the Internet of Things (IoT) to their repertoire of devices and services, or betting everything they have on the segment. That leaves investors with a wide-range of options for Internet of Things investing, but it also adds to the complexity of picking companies with the biggest advantages.
To help with that process, we've put together a slideshow of a few companies that are making IoT a big priority. Intel (NASDAQ:INTC), Broadcom (UNKNOWN:BRCM.DL), Freescale Semiconductor (UNKNOWN:FSL.DL), Invensense (NYSE:INVN), and Ambarella (NASDAQ:AMBA) are all making unique plays in the Internet of Things, each with their own strengths.
Not every one will be a guaranteed IoT winner, and admittedly at least one of these companies (sorry, Invensense) have been a major disappointment to investors as of late. But each one has significant potential in the Internet of Things space, and it's still too early in the game to count any of them out.
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