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MachNation creates IoT OSS/BSS thought-leadership for NetCracker

MachNation and our partner NetCracker are creating a set of IoT thought-leadership blogs. In the blogs, MachNation defines a new IoT OSS/BSS typology called the IoT Platform Framework. The framework consists of Network management Connectivity management Device management Data management Analytics In this series of blogs, you can read more about our IoT Platform Framework. See the first two blogs on the overall framework and IoT network management with SDN/NFV.

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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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Wipro and Cumulocity partnership: enterprises deploying IoT benefit from combined IT services and platform technologies

Wipro, a leading global technology services company, continues to bring highly demanded IoT applications to public and private sector organizations. On 9 November 2015, Wipro announced a partnership with Cumulocity, a market leading Internet of Things (IoT) application enablement platform vendor. Wipro will bring a series of services to make it easier for enterprises to build and offer end-to-end IoT solutions. And Wipro will use the Cumulocity application enablement platform (AEP) to power its IoT […]

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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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MachNation publishes financial comparison of IoT acquisitions

In a recent publication, MachNation presents a high-level financial comparison of 8 IoT acquisitions over the last 18 months. The comparison shows the acquistion targets’: Annual revenue at acquisition (estimated or actual) Revenue multiple (purchase price to annual revenue) Purchase price (estimated or actual) MachNation partners have access to this research in a recent research report about ARM’s acquisition of Sansa Security. For more information on IoT insights, please contact us.

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