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IoT Companies You Need to Know Now

HENDERSON, NV / ACCESSWIRE / March 26, 2019 / According to Bain's latest IoT research brief, Unlocking Opportunities in the Internet of Things, the combined markets of the Internet of Things (IoT) will grow to about $520B in 2021, more than double the $235B spent in 2017. Data center and analytics will be the fastest growing IoT segment, reaching a 50% Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) from 2017 to 2021.

For those that don't know, the Internet of Things (IoT) is the growing world of interconnected household and industrial devices. Everyday products and machines can now be embedded with sensor technology to process data or interact with other electronic devices.

An IoT play we discovered with a strong AI component (which is another trend in tech that investors are on) is Gopher Protocol Inc. (GOPH). The company's patented self-learning and adaptive Integrated Circuit (IC), called the GopherInsight™, which is GOPH's suite of mobile applications, and their Avant! Machine learning system (AI component) which connects to several devices on the network (IoT component) are its key offerings. After recently completing initial testing of its Avant! AI mobile application, which is the interface to Gopher's Avant! AI system, GOPH has signaled they are ready for the next phase, meaning this is the right time to research the company.

Today we are highlighting: Gopher Protocol Inc. (GOPH), STMicroelectronics N.V. (STM), Amazon (AMZN), Marvell Technology Group Ltd. (MRVL), and Texas Instruments Incorporated (TXN).

Gopher Protocol Inc. (GOPH) (Market Cap: $91.188M; Share Price: $0.43) has completed several tests recently. One of the recent tests cleared GOPH for field testing outdoors. Other recent research analyses identified successful cognitive robotics features where robots were able to sense their environment by means of integrated sensors, location, and computer vision. The company's AI artificial intelligence engine was successfully integrated into robots resulting in improvements in robots' perception and understanding of human activities and verbal communications.

The company announced it had filed a non-provisional patent application with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) covering Gopher's 3D microchip design and manufacturing technology. The goal of the technology specified in this application is to facilitate the design and manufacturing of superior computing microchips to power AI systems, wireless and IoT/Mobile systems.

In the IoT department, GOPH initiated testing multiple antenna types and configurations as part of the final phase of development for its mesh network gateway device. Antennas are a crucial part of any wireless system, being the central communicator between wireless clients, so this announcement was very promising.

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STMicroelectronics N.V. (STM) (Market Cap: $14.244B; Share Price: $15.75) is a French-Italian semiconductors company. It develops circuits that are used in microelectronic devices. STM specifically markets its tiny, low-power technology for use in a wide range of Internet of Things products.

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Amazon (AMZN) (Market Cap: $871.522B; Share Price: $1774.26) consumer-level IoT products like the Echo “smart speaker,” just received bad news from France and their new 3% digital tax.

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Marvell Technology Group Ltd. (MRVL) (Market Cap: $12.971B; Share Price: $19.73) is a leading designer, developer and supplier of mixed-signal and digital signal processing integrated circuits. The company's “EZ-Connect” platform is used by a variety of global customers in the home automation, wearables, automotive, and industrial industries. Marvell offers direct exposure to several IoT-adjacent markets, is comfortably profitable, and looks to have already turned the corner of the "peak-to-trough" process hitting semi stocks at the end of their growth cycles.

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Texas Instruments Incorporated (TXN) (Market Cap: $100.535B; Share Price: $107.11) is a leading maker of analog chips. That technology converts inputs, such as touch, sound and pressure, into electronic signals that computers can understand.

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Priyanka Goel, CFA

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This article was written by Regal Consulting, LLC (“Regal Consulting”). Regal Consulting has agreed to a two-month term consulting agreement with GOPH dated 12/31/18. The agreement calls for $100,000 in cash per month. All payments were made directly by Gopher Protocol, Inc. to Regal Consulting, LLC. to provide investor relations services, of which this article is a part of. Regal Consulting also paid one thousand dollars cash to microcapspeculators.com to distribute this article. Regal Consulting may have a position in the securities mentioned in this article at the time of publication, and may increase or decrease its position without notice. This article is based on public information and the opinions of Regal Consulting. GOPH was given an opportunity to edit this article. This article contains forward-looking statements that are subject to certain risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ materially from any results predicted herein. Regal Consulting is not registered with any financial or securities regulatory authority, and does not provide or claim to provide investment advice.

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