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Xiaomi, a five-year strategy to double binary: smartphone and AIoT (+ IoT)

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Published on Jan 11, 2019

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Xiaomi has a strategy clear for the next five years: to continue to enhance its presence in the smartphone market, increasing investments in the field of IoT. A trade policy, dual-track confirmed today by Lei Jun, Chairman and CEO of Xiaomi, on the occasion of the party the company held in Beijing. The number one chinese company has made reference to an investment of 10 billion yuan (about 1.2 billion eur at the exchange rate) in the next five years exclusively devoted to the AIoT.

The term "AIoT" is not the result of an error of battittura but, precise, Xiaomi, is used to indicate the union of the technology related to artificial intelligence and internet of things (AI + IoT). There is also another sense of the term, highlighted by the company, that is "All in the IoT", all in the IoT, where all can be attributed also to the complex network of partners that the chinese house has managed to build over the course of time and that has allowed us to be present in sectors different from the smartphone market.

In the coming years the picture will be more clear to the world: Xiaomi reasons not limited to what has been since its inception, the core business - smartphones - but in terms of platform for IoT that will continue to connect the devices. The company defines it already today as the largest platform for IoT consumer, as evidenced by the 132 million smart devices that access it (smartphones and laptops not included in the calculation) and 20 million active users that use it on a daily basis.Today one of the best buys in the mid-range? Huawei Mate 10 Pro, on offer today from the Tiger Shop is 368 euro or from ePrice to 428 euro. CLICK HERE TO CONTINUE READING

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