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Functional architecture for IoT platforms

Today, MachNation has created the industry’s first vendor-agnostic, functional architecture for IoT platforms. While much literature exists on the types of enterprise IoT platforms available, until now there was no independent source that described the detailed functional components that enterprises demand in an IoT platform. This publicly available document defines the 24 micro-services required by enterprises in their IoT platforms. IoT platform architecture (Publicly available): Enterprises are using this functional architecture to ensure IoT platform […]

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SiteWhere announces availability of SiteWhere Enterprise Edition (EE) beta

SiteWhere, an open-source IoT application enablement platform (AEP) vendor, has just announced the launch of SiteWhere Enterprise Edition (EE) Beta. Based on the SiteWhere open-source development project, SiteWhere EE is a platform built for enterprise customers. SiteWhere EE has already garnered global interest from companies in a variety of industry sectors. There are many features of SiteWhere EE, but MachNation wanted to highlight 4 areas of additional functionality that will make it easier for enterprises […]

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Cumulocity momentum builds with NTT Communications deal

Less than a month after the sale to SoftwareAG, Cumulocity announced a new partnership with NTT Communications in Japan. Cumulocity’s technology will allow NTT to offer customers a range of new services, such as rapid machine, sensor and device integration and data collection and real-time analytics for condition monitoring, predictive maintenance and supply chain automation. In addition, said Cumulocity in a press statement, “both companies will consider further development towards NTT Com’s 140 global data […]

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IoT Application Enablement ScoreCard: MachNation rates 35 AEPs to watch in 2017

Update: MachNation has published the updated 2018 IoT Application Enablement Scorecard with 21 vendors. Today, MachNation published its 2016 IoT Application Enablement Platform (AEP) ScoreCard – a rating of 35 Internet of Things (IoT) platform companies. Executive summary (Publicly available): Full report (Client-only access): The ScoreCard rates the following vendors (listed alphabetically): Aeris, Afero, Altizon, Amazon, Amplia, AT&T, Ayla Networks, Bosch, C3 IoT, Carriots, ClearBlade, Connio, Cumulocity, Davra Networks, DevicePilot, Electric Imp, Ericsson, Exosite, Gemalto, HPE, IBM, Kaa, MachineShop, Microsoft, MODE, […]

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