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MachNation recommends 5 IoT cyber and physical security vendors in new publication

Security concerns — cyber/data and physical — are the top inhibitors of growth of the Internet of Things (IoT). Businesses and governments invest tremendous time and money securing their traditional IT assets – PCs, desktops, servers, routers and switches. It is not surprising that these same organizations are reluctant to implement new IoT solutions unless they are comfortable with the high levels of security they can provide. Today MachNation published IoT Security Landscape and Vendor Recommendations 2015. […]

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Whitepaper: Davra Networks’ IoT application, network & device management platform

MachNation has published a new IoT whitepaper about Davra Networks’ RuBAN solution, an integrated application, network and device management platform for the Internet of Things (IoT). The complete IoT whitepaper is currently available to the public. Whitepaper (Publicly available): Private and public sector organizations need a rapid and safe way to prototype, design, test, implement and manage their Internet of Things (IoT) solutions. As the IoT market grows to USD4 trillion with over 24 billion devices by the year […]

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Cumulocity wins tier-one carrier customer

Cumulocity, one of MachNation’s recommended IoT application enablement platform (AEP) vendors, has announced another customer win with Deutsche Telekom (DT). The Cumulocity IoT platform will power DT’s Cloud of Things solution, a platform to help businesses connect devices to applications. Why is this win important? 1. DT choosing Cumulocity is further validation of the quality solution available from Cumulocity. MachNation cited Cumulocity as a top recommendation in its recently published IoT Application Platform Scorecard. DT, a tier-one […]

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Unpacking the Amazon acquisition of 2lemetry

On 12 March 2015, IoT application enablement platform (AEP) vendor 2lemetry quietly announced it was acquired by Amazon. MachNation estimates Amazon bought 2lemetry for USD90 million to USD110 million. This very discreet acquisition could be one of the biggest deals for IoT enablement in 2015. MachNation has created a short research document for our clients about this acquisition.

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