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Matt Sullivan (centre) with chief operating officer Chris McLaughlin (left) and newly recruited Cirrus WA state manager Glenn McAtee in their newly upgraded national operations centre. Photo: Attila Csaszar

Tech firms tap into data trends

When the phrase ‘internet of things’ entered the business lexicon just a few years ago, it seemed a relatively arcane concept in a rapidly developing market sector.

But a couple of numbers illustrate what this concept means in practice.

There are an estimated 8.5 billion connected devices across the world, and it is widely expected that number will jump to more than 20 billion by 2020.

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