IoT (Internet of Things) has captured the the imagination of many with visions of smart wearables continuously streaming data, city-wide deployments of surveillance cameras, smart refrigerators and massive sensor networks, but media coverage on these billions of IoT devices often neglects the underlying supporting infrastructure that needs to be built out to securely connect, manage and process the data coming from these devices.
This report, which launched today, takes a software-defined infrastructure viewpoint and examines the different opportunities and challenges confronting businesses looking to successfully deploy IoT. The report looks at the enabling technologies necessary for scalable IoT infrastructure, including IoT transport, cloud software platforms, hardware platforms, analytics, security and management solutions.
The report also delves into the key business drivers for both enterprises and communications providers and also provides readers with insights into the top use cases for IoT today. It covers the latest in IoT trends including edge computing (mobile edge computing, fog computing), IoT PaaS and SaaS platforms and open-source solutions ensure that report readers will have their fingertips on the cutting-edge developments in the IoT market.
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Organizations covered include: Aeris Communications, Aerohive Networks, Amazon Web Services, Argus Cyber Security, Automatski, Ayla Networks, Bastille Networks, Bayshore Networks, Bosch, Carriots, Cisco Systems, CyberVision, CyberX, Device Authority, Ericsson, EVRYTHNG, Gainspan, General Electric, Google, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), Hologram, IBM, Indegy, Intel, IOBridge, Kore, Link Labs, Linux Foundation, Microsoft Corporation, Mocana, NexDefense, Nokia, Oracle, Particle, Qualcomm, Inc., Rubicon Labs, Salesforce.com, Samsung, SAP Software Solutions, Sigfox,ThetaRay, TheThings.io, ThingWorx, VMware, Inc., Xively
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