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AEP & PES vendor characteristics: a new vendor classification scheme

Based on MachNation’s IoT Application Enablement ScoreCard 2015 , MachNation has found there are now two types of IoT data and application enablement vendors in the ecosystem — Application Enablement Platform (AEP) vendors and Platform-Enabled Solution (PES) vendors. Due to the lack of maturity of IoT markets and the varied IoT priorities and deployment requirements of public and private sector organizations, both types of vendor can be credible and successful in the market. This research […]

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MachNation rates 23 IoT application enablement vendors (AEPs) in new scorecard

Update: MachNation has published the updated 2018 IoT Application Enablement Scorecard with 35 vendors.     Today, MachNation published its 2015 IoT Application Enablement ScoreCard – a rating of 23 Internet of Things (IoT) platform companies. The ScoreCard rates the following vendors (listed alphabetically): Aeris, Amazon, ARM, Autodesk, Ayla Networks, Bug Labs, Carriots, Cumulocity, Davra Networks, Electric Imp, EVRYTHNG, Exosite, IBM, MachineShop, PLAT.ONE, PTC, SAP, Sierra Wireless, Telit, Waylay, Xively, Yaler and Zebra Technologies. This is MachNation’s second year of providing […]

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See you at IoT Evolution Expo in Ft. Lauderdale Jan 25-28

It’s an exciting time to be working in technology, isn’t it? Systems are getting ever closer together, and working ever faster. These improvements come thanks to improved cloud infrastructure, computing at the edge of the networks, real-time predictive analytics and the entire M2M infrastructure that makes up the Internet of Things (IoT). Which is great. But it does beg the question: What’s next? The IoT needs to grow, not just in size, but in sophistication. […]

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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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