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Top 29 IoT companies in 2019 by Frost & Sullivan

By Nick Flaherty

With over 60 billion connected devices expected globally by 2024, the Internet of Things (IoT) is a complex ecosystem that integrates Information technology (IT) with operations technology (OT) to generate data that can be analyzed to increase revenues and improve business productivity.

IoT platforms are the building blocks of IoT solutions, offering multiple services such as application enablement, device management, and connectivity management, and we have covered a wide range of thises as a key element in embedded designs.

Market researchers Frost & Sullivan looked at 1,000 platforms around the world, chose 400 that true platform capabilities across multiple vertical markets and consumer segments. It then selected 29 that are at the cutting edge of innovation and growth in this highly fragmented market.

These are: 

AWS, ARM, AT&T, Ayla Networks, Bosch, C3IoT, Carriots, Cisco Jasper, Dell/EMC, Eurotech, GE, Google, HPE, Hitachi, Huawei, IBM, Intel, Losant, Microsoft, Oracle, Salesforce, Samsung, SAP, Siemens, Software AG, ThingWorx, Verizon, Vodafone, and Telit.

The figure shows the positioning of each platform, with AWS and Microsoft seeing the highest growth.

“Companies will gain an objective, independent perspective of their innovation and growth strategies, including their robustness, effectiveness, and relative competitive strength, as well as implications on their long-term success,” said Dilip Sarangan, IoT Global Program Manager at Frost & Sullivan.

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