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IoT Platforms Vendor Comparison 2018

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IoT Platforms Vendor Comparison 2018
Published: June 30, 2018
IoT Analytics GmbH
Delivery time: 1-2 business days
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Description

450-page industry report detailing the comparative analysis of leading IoT Platforms vendors including:

  • IoT platform building blocks of each vendor's offering
  • Pricing models and market channels for each vendor
  • Key Business KPIs for each vendor
  • Industry-verticals for each vendor
  • Customer opinion on strengths & weaknesses/challenges
  • Vendor positioning on key customer purchasing criteria
  • List of case studies enabled by leading IoT platforms
  • And More

IoT (software) platforms have emerged as a crucial enabling element for the Internet of Things. For many companies deploying connected solutions or building connected operations, choosing a platform that is fit-for-purpose, easy-to-use, comes with the right features and provides end-2-end security has become a topic of major strategic importance. With nearly 500 different IoT Platforms to chose from, this 450-page Comparative Analysis of IoT Platforms provides an in-depth comparison of 21 of the most popular IoT Platforms.

FIND OUT:

  • How the leading IoT platform vendors compare
  • Which building blocks are included in the different IoT Platforms offering
  • Which market segments do they cater to
  • In which regions are the vendors mainly active
  • How are the partner ecosystems structured
  • Which pricing options do the platform vendors offer
  • Who are the main customers of the platforms
  • What are some customers' opinions on strengths and weaknesses of the vendors platforms

PREVIEW:

Overview of Analyzed Platforms

Market Segmentation

COMPANIES IN THE IOT PLATFORMS VENDOR COMPARISON:

Accenture, ADAMOS, Amazon Web Services, Bosch, C3 IoT, Device Insight, GE, Hitachi, Huawei, IBM, Kaa IoT, Microsoft, Mnubo, PTC, SAP, Schneider Electric, Seluxit, Siemens, Sierra Wireless, Software AG, Telit.

Table of Contents

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Introduction

  • 1.1. Report Overview
  • 1.2. The 6 major Dimensions of the Analysis
  • 1.3. Definition: IoT Platform Building Blocks
  • 1.4. IoT Analytics IoT Platform Publications
  • 1.5. Methodology

Chapter 2: Overview of platforms and dimensions

  • 2.1. Overview of analyzed platforms
  • 2.2. Not included: Further notable IoT Platforms
  • 2.3. Not included: Notable IoT Platform StartUps
  • 2.4. Dimensions used for vendor analysis

Chapter 3: Comparison of Vendors

  • 3.1. Executive Summary of Vendor Comparison
  • 3.2. Coverage of Building Blocks by Vendor
    • 3.2.1. Device Management Capabilities by vendor
    • 3.2.2. Cloud backend / IaaS Capabilities by Vendor
    • 3.2.3. Application Enablement Capabilities by Vendor
    • 3.2.4. Advanced Analytics Capabilities by Vendor
    • 3.2.5. General & Selected Security Capabilities by Vendor
    • 3.2.6. IoT Application Marketplace Comparison
  • 3.3. IoT Platforms Revenue by Vendor
    • 3.3.1. Percentage of Revenue by Hosting Type
  • 3.4. Business KPIs by Vendor
    • 3.4.1. Publicly available Case Studies by Vendor and Industry
  • 3.5. Pricing Model by Vendor
  • 3.6. Market Channels by Vendor
  • 3.7. Served Segments by Vendor
  • 3.8. Membership Programs and Consortia by Vendor
  • 3.9. Supported Standards by Vendor
  • 3.10. Partner Ecosystem Size by Vendor
  • 3.11. Partner Ecosystem Split by Vendor
  • 3.12. Top Partners by Category
  • 3.13. Connectivity Partnerships by Vendor
  • 3.14. Hardware Partnerships by Vendor
  • 3.15. System Integration Partnerships by Vendor
  • 3.16. Cloud & Data Analytics Partnerships by Vendor
  • 3.17. Security Partners by Vendor
  • 3.18. Key Customers by Vendor
  • 3.19. Marketing Message by Vendor
  • 3.20. Vendor Opinion - Strengths & Weaknesses/Challenges
  • 3.21. Customer Opinion - Strengths & Weaknesses/Challenges
  • 3.22. Positioning on Security - by Vendor
  • 3.23. Positioning on Scalability - by Vendor
  • 3.24. Positioning on Usability - by Vendor
  • 3.25. Positioning on Interoperability - by Vendor
  • 3.26. Positioning on Modularity - by Vendor
  • 3.27. Positioning on Open Source - by Vendor
  • 3.28. Positioning on Edge Capabilities - by Vendor
  • 3.29. Positioning on Multi-Cloud by Vendor
    • 3.29.1. Positioning on Data Migration to other Platforms - by Vendor
  • 3.30. Positioning on Preconfigured Solutions by Vendor

Chapter 4: Vendor Profiles

  • 4.1. Accenture
  • 4.2. ADAMOS
  • 4.3. Amazon Web Services
  • 4.4. Bosch
  • 4.5. C3 IoT
  • 4.6. Device Insight
  • 4.7. General Electric
  • 4.8. Hitachi
  • 4.9. Huawei
  • 4.10. IBM
  • 4.11. Kaa IoT
  • 4.12. Microsoft
  • 4.13. Mnubo
  • 4.14. PTC
  • 4.15. SAP
  • 4.16. Schneider Electric
  • 4.17. Seluxit
  • 4.18. Siemens
  • 4.19. Sierra Wireless
  • 4.20. Software AG
  • 4.21. Telit

Chapter 5: Appendix

  • 5.1. Definitions: IoT Platform Building Blocks
  • 5.2. Definitions: Market Segments