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Digitization, ADAMOS and Cumulocity

ADAMOS puts Cumulocity at the heart of its industrial manufacturing IoT platform. ADAMOS, which describes itself as “the strategic alliance for machine and plant engineering,” has picked Cumulocity’s IoT platform to power its digitization business. The Cumulocity Application Enablement Platform (AEP) will act as the middleware allowing ADAMOS to share apps and technology tools as it aims to improve digitization in engineering. MachNation has written about the Cumulocity platform in its 2016 IoT Application Enablement […]

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MachNation rates 18 IoT Device Management vendors in 2017 ScoreCard

Update: MachNation has published the updated 2018 IoT Device Management Scorecard with 17 vendors. MachNation announces availability of the industry’s first, global IoT Device Management ScoreCard, an in-depth evaluation and rating of 18 Internet of Things device management vendors. Executive summary (Publicly available): Full report (Client-only access): According to survey data collected from participating vendors in the scorecard, IoT device management revenue will grow at a blazing 107% in 2017 with only 33% of the revenue coming […]

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Eliminating the Confusion: MachNation Defines the Five Types of IoT Platforms

The IoT platform space has continued to grow into one of the most critical technology sectors of the Internet of Things (IoT). According to MachNation forecasts, the combined worldwide revenues of IoT platforms that are described in this blog will be USD 9.3 billion in 2016, growing to USD 214.0 billion by 2025 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 42% over the period. MachNation has written extensively about the importance of selecting proper […]

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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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