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

Update: MachNation has published the updated 2016 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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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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Cumulocity — global IoT AEP — scores two more customer wins

Cumulocity, a leading IoT Application Enablement Platform (AEP), has scored two more customer wins with top-tier service providers. Etisalat – On 22 July 2015 Etisalat, a tier-1 global communications carrier headquartered in Dubai, awarded Oberthur Technologies a contract to provide it an IoT AEP powered by the Cumulocity platform. Oberthur will leverage its existing relationship with Etisalat in providing deep telecoms integration and development services to offer new IoT solutions to a variety of new customer […]

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IoT Academy and innovation initiated by KPN and RDM Makerspace

Years ago someone told me that all information technology (IT) is local. Vendors can strive to provide global technology products to mass markets, but to really offer support vendors need a local presence, local resources and local commitment. Local support is also critical in the IoT world. MachNation partners can read more about an independent IoT foundation open for all partners called IoT Academy initiated by KPN and RDM Makerspace. MachNation partners can read more about this innovative service.

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