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For an "Executive Decision" segment, Cramer sat down with Jason Cohenour, president and CEO of Sierra Wireless (SWIR) , the chipmaker that posted a two-cents-a-share earnings beat on an 11.1% rise in revenues when it last reported.

Cohenour explained that Sierra Wireless helps companies connect their devices to the Internet and helps manage those devices in the cloud. His company has quite a few deals for automakers, where only 13% of cars are currently able to connect to the Internet. Cohenour said that number will expand to 100% in the future.

Sierra Wireless also has products for smart power meters to help bolster America's electric grid. Cohenour said there is a lot of work to be done in modernizing our power system.

Altogether, Cohenour said Sierra values the market size of the Internet of things at over $30 billion.

Cramer said he simply doesn't get why shares of Sierra fell after the company posted their results.

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