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The Internet of Things (IoT) is fundamentally challenging and changing product development and deployment. Enterprise and engineering organizations are embracing new connectivity-driven services and functionality as the foundation of their next-generation systems’ value-add. However, with that connectivity comes a range of both technical and business challenges for deploying OEMs and enterprises as well as their software and hardware solution providers.
The IoT & Embedded Technologies practice provides insightful analysis of the IoT ecosystem and other enabling technologies. The practice surveys and interacts with thousands of software engineers and product managers at OEMs across all major vertical markets to gain insight into their project requirements, solution selection criteria, preferences, and spending.
VDC’s IoT & embedded technology coverage includes the following:
IoT Platforms & Services
IoT & Embedded Software
Software and System Lifecycle Management Tools
Embedded Hardware and Platforms
IoT Security Solutions
The IoT gateways market has quickly developed into a major opportunity for a broad spectrum of organizations to chase new revenue streams and align with emerging connected solution architectures. This program examines the growing market for M2M and intelligent gateways, or IoT gateways...
Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks have existed since the late 1990s, but the category of cyberattacks came to the forefront of the computing industry, and even to the attention of the public at large, due to high-profile attacks in late 2016. In a DDoS attack, numerous computing devices...
Vendors in this market can be categorized into five main archetypes: Pure Play, IaaS, Cellular Network Operator, Industrial Conglomerate, and Enterprise SaaS. The Industrial Conglomerate archetype currently makes up almost half of market revenues due to the semi-captive...
Low-power wide-area networks (LPWANs) provide wireless communications for IoT devices, occupying a distinct market niche between the shorter range of local area wireless networks (e.g. Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, ZigBee, etc.) and the...
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