TOP 20 IoT Device Management COMPANIES – BY 360QUADRANTS
IoT Device Management is the process of authenticating, configuring, and preserving the device firmware and software in order to maintain and boost its functional capabilities. This solution allows users to track, monitor, and manage physical IoT devices remotely. It can track the performance and security of each connected device to ensure that they are operating smoothly and are protected from vulnerabilities. IoT device deployment includes four steps—provisioning & authentication, configuration & control, monitoring & diagnostics, and software updates & maintenance. Effective IoT device management solutions help maintain the health, connectivity, and security of IoT devices.
360Quadrants, the most granular comparison platform, has released a quadrant on IoT Device Management to help businesses make quicker and more informed decisions. The quadrant has Microsoft, Oracle, and IBM sharing space as Visionary Leaders. 360Quadrants are generated post analysis of companies (product portfolios and business strategy). Quadrants will be updated every three months based on market and regional analyses and developments in IoT Device Management. 360Quadrants also lists the 20 best companies in the IoT Device Management space.
Microsoft Azure IoT Hub device management provides highly secure and reliable communication between IoT applications and managed devices. Azure IoT Hub is a cloud-hosted solution that can connect virtually any device. This solution allows operators to reconfigure and update software remotely without the need to access devices physically. It offers different patterns and code libraries for a varied set of devices and end users. IoT Hub works as a central message hub for two-way communication between an IoT application and the devices that it manages.
Oracle IoT Asset Monitoring Cloud is an automated monitoring system that provides real-time visibility into asset health, location, and utilization, alerts users of unexpected changes, and predicts maintenance requirements. It tracks any asset at any time and from anywhere, helping minimize unplanned downtime. Oracle IoT SaaS solutions are used to generate real-time insights for applications in remote asset maintenance, Industry 4.0, smart manufacturing, smart logistics, worker safety monitoring, and connected customer experience. Oracle IoT Cloud Service helps connect devices to the cloud, analyze IoT data, and integrate data with enterprise applications or with Oracle Business Intelligence Cloud Service.
IBM Watson IoT Platform can securely connect and control IoT sensors, appliances, homes, and industries. It is a cloud platform that offers an extensive set of built-in and add-on features. Watson IoT tools process IoT data in order to extract KPIs, boost cloud functionality, and securely connect apps and tools to the Watson IoT infrastructure. This solution also enables real-time analytics. IBM Watson provides many analytical functions that enrich, augment, and extract insights from data in a simple way. The Watson IoT Platform can use add-ons such as Watson IoT Platform on Blockchain and Watson IoT Platform Analytics.
IoT Device Management Quadrant Highlights
360Quadrants covers 57 companies in the IoT Device Management space and places the top 24 of them in a quadrant based on their quality, reliability, and business outcome. These 24 companies are categorized as Visionary Leaders, Innovators, Dynamic Differentiators, and Emerging Companies.
360Quadrants recognizes Microsoft Corporation, Oracle, IBM Corporation, PTC Inc, and Wind River Systems Inc as Visionary Leaders; Cumulocity GmbH, Particle, Proximetry, Xively, and Bsquare Corporation as Innovators; TELIT, ARM Holdings Plc, Amplia Soluciones, Advantech Co Ltd, Aeris, Smith Micro Software, Orbcomm Inc, and Zentri as Dynamic Differentiators; and Tibbo Systems, DevicePilot, WSO2, Allegro Software, Capricode, and Enhanced Telecommunications Corporation as Emerging Companies. The 360Quadrants platform provides the most granular IoT Device Management comparisons between vendors.
The methodology used to rank vendors of IoT Device Management involved the use of extensive secondary research to identify key vendors by referring to annual reports, press releases, investor presentations, white papers, and various related directories and databases. 57 key vendors were shortlisted based on their breadth of product offerings, organization size, and several other criteria. The scores and weights for shortlisted vendors against each parameter were finalized after extensive research. After the finalization of ratings, each vendor was placed in the most relevant quadrant based on its score in the product offering and business strategy parameters.
360Quadrants is the largest marketplace looking to disrupt US $3.7 trillion of technology spend and is the only rating platform for vendors in the technology space that combines data from buyers, vendors, experts, and in-house analysts. The platform provides users access to unbiased information that helps them make qualified business decisions. 360Quadrants enables vendors to influence the business decisions of potential clients. Vendors get to win ideal new customers, customize their quadrants, decide key parameters, and position themselves strategically in a niche space, to be consumed by giants and start-ups alike. 360Quadrants aims to simplify and de-risk complex purchase decisions by providing buyers with real-world insights from their peers, industry experts, analysts, and vendors, helping buyers make more informed decisions and find the best-fit solutions faster. Experts get to grow their brand and increase their thought leadership. The platform targets the building of a social network that links industry experts with companies worldwide.
360Quadrants has also launched quadrants in fields like Application Modernization Services, AI Platform, and AI in Manufacturing.
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