MachNation announces availability of its IoT Edge ScoreCard for 2021, an in-depth rating and evaluation of 12 Internet of Things (IoT) edge platform vendors.
Executive summary (Publicly available):
Full report (Client-only access): 2021 IoT Edge ScoreCard
Edge platforms continue to play a vital role in the IoT ecosystem. Businesses deploying IoT or Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) edge solutions recognize that many optimally designed IoT solutions, especially those in the industrial vertical, take advantage of one or multiple edge components. In fact, MachNation research suggests that most IoT solutions in verticals such as manufacturing, commercial transportation, building automation, and logistics will be required to leverage edge computing in order to meet business and operational requirements.
For the fourth year, MachNation has published its IoT Edge ScoreCard to aid enterprise, system integrator (SI), and service provider (SP) buyers in their research processes and to provide guidelines for the most important edge characteristics. We have conducted these analyses due to the great diversity in the quality of edge platforms and the technological heritage of the various platform vendors.
MachNation’s 2021 IoT Edge ScoreCard includes the following vendors (listed alphabetically): ADLINK, Amazon, Crosser, Eurotech, Foundries.io, HPE, L&T Technology Services, Litmus Automation, Microsoft, Pelion, Siemens, and Software AG.
MachNation will continue helping our clients test and compare:
- IoT reliability, performance, and scalability of platforms and end-to-end solutions using
MIT-E Pf, a state-of-the-art, serverless IoT performance testing and simulation tool designed, built, and managed by MachNation
- IoT user experience (UX) by scoring the experience of building IoT POCs in two or more comparable platforms and creating related marketing materials for our customers’ lead
- Detailed technical features, architectures, and usability based on hands-on benchmarks of 110 common tasks—developer workflows—on IoT platforms in MachNation’s IoT platform testing and benchmarking lab