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MachNation’s 2019 Device Management Scorecard rates 15 vendors

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 […]

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Solutions, collaboration, and product improvements at Bosch Connected World 2019

MachNation was excited to attend Bosch Connected World 2019 in Berlin. At this event, thousands gathered to listen to, discover, and network with a set of industrial IoT (IIoT) enterprises. The event provides a unique opportunity to learn about Bosch’s various products, services, and business units, but also to meet executives and IoT practitioners from a wide variety of Bosch partners, customers, and trade associations. MachNation was delighted to see that the event has grown […]

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AVSystem’s testing program for AT&T shows LwM2M is gaining traction

We’ve spoken before about growing interest in the Open Mobile Alliance’s Lightweight M2M (LWM2M) protocol as a contender for IoT communications. And this month saw further evidence of this trend, as AT&T appointed AVSystem to carry out interoperability testing on the LWM2M device management protocol, which is designed to provide a communications protocol between IoT devices and platforms. According to a press release, AVSystem will be using its Coiote IoT Device Management platform to carry […]

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Mozilla launches open source IoT platform

On April 18th, 2019 Mozilla announced Mozilla WebThings. WebThings is an open source platform aimed at helping consumers connect and monitor IoT devices, presumably in their homes. However, MachNation believes these types of open source platforms have applicability in both enterprise and consumer environments. WebThings was previously called “Project Things,” which is an implementation of the World Wide Web Consortium’s (W3C) Web of Things Standard. MachNation has discussed the value of an open source IoT […]

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IoT Solutions for Small to Medium Businesses

Executive Summary Large enterprises have traditionally been the early adopters of Internet of Things (IoT) solutions in their businesses. From enterprise-scale complexity in Industrial IoT (IIoT) to fleet management, asset tracking, device management, EV enablement and more, the IoT has grown to support countless use cases across a wide range of large industries. However, the explosive growth in IoT applications and connected devices in recent years has also enabled the development of solutions to small […]

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