Update: MachNation has published the updated 2020 IoT Device Management Scorecard.
MachNation announces the availability of its 2019 IoT Device Management (DM) ScoreCard, an in-depth rating of 15 Internet of Things (IoT) device management platform vendors.
In order to capture the key trends in the ecosystem, we completed an in-depth analysis of the following vendors: Amplia, AVSystem, Amazon, Ayla Networks, Blynk IoT, Bosch, Harman, Microsoft, Nokia, Particle, PTC, Software AG, Telit, VMWare and Zededa.
This is MachNation’s third year producing its highly demanded IoT Device Management ScoreCard.
Executive summary (Publicly available):
Full report (Client-only access): 2019 IoT Device Management ScoreCard
According to MachNation forecasts, worldwide IoT application enablement and device management revenue was USD 3.3 billion in 2018 and will grow to USD 64.6 billion by 2026 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 45%.
“As more industries look to incorporate IoT into their business models, the ecosystem will continue to increase in complexity and diversity,” said Josh Taubenheim, IT analyst with MachNation. “Taking a deep look at device management capabilities within IoT platforms is an excellent way to gain insight into how platform vendors are reacting to developing trends in the IoT world.”
MachNation, the industry’s only independent, hands-on testing and benchmarking company for IoT platforms, recognizes the value of relevant, high-quality, time-saving IoT platform research.
MachNation’s IoT Device Management ScoreCard is the industry’s most comprehensive technical review of relevant vendors. The research provides a detailed review of product capabilities, SDKs, APIs, and documentation to help businesses and service providers manage IoT sensors, devices, and gateways at scale.
“For the third year, MachNation has focused on the nuances of IoT device management to help enterprises, service providers, systems integrators, and distributors understand the strengths and weaknesses of platform microservices,” said Sam Hale, analyst and IoT implementation specialist, MachNation. “Our recommendations are based on technical reference materials, extensive developer documentation review, and countless live demos.”