The Global Market for IoT & Intelligent Gateways: Enabling Connected Solutions at the Edge
|出版商||VDC Research Group, Inc.||商品編碼||345445|
|出版日期||內容資訊||英文 30 Pages/14 Exhibits with study + 161 Exhibits with End-User Survey
|IoT及智慧型閘道器的全球市場：終端的連網型解決方案的實現 The Global Market for IoT & Intelligent Gateways: Enabling Connected Solutions at the Edge|
|出版日期: 2015年11月17日||內容資訊: 英文 30 Pages/14 Exhibits with study + 161 Exhibits with End-User Survey||
閘道器市場急速發展，目前各供應商由於IoT價值鏈整體支援的擴充，積極地摸索著新的收購處，夥伴關係，及合作關係。閘道器確實逐漸成為企業應用橋接各設備及感測器網路的標準解決方案，oT解決方案、服務供應商發現了這件事。為了支持產業間的IoT應用，再加上許多無線技術及倒數幾名等級的 隨著 ， 著的正在為了架I在前層級通訊協定出現，減輕多數的標準支援困難上閘道器的依賴度日益高漲。
The edge of embedded device networks is rapidly evolving with the Internet of Things (IoT) to enable a sweeping variety of new applications and services across industries. Gateways have emerged as a powerful and cost-effective conduit between device or sensor networks and new cloud-based or native application software, analytics, and services. This research program examines the growing markets for commercial IoT and intelligent gateway devices as well as embedded hardware sold to manufacturers and integrators for developing product gateway systems. (Please note that this report does not include gateways sold to the Home Automation Network (HAN) space and we have updated our terminology from M2M gateways in 2014 to IoT gateways.)
This research program is written for those making critical decisions regarding product, market, channel, and competitive strategy and tactics. This report is intended for senior decision-makers who are developing embedded technology, including those in the following roles:
The gateway market is rapidly evolving with current suppliers aggressively pursuing new acquisitions, partnerships, and collaborations to extend support further throughout the IoT value chain. Gateways are steadily becoming a standard solution to bridging device and sensor networks with enterprise applications, and IoT solutions and service providers have taken notice. As more and more wireless technologies and lower-level protocols emerge to support IoT applications across industries, gateways will be increasingly relied upon to mitigate the difficulties of supporting multiple standards. Further, gateways enable brownfield and greenfield networks alike for supporting new connected applications and services through enterprise access to historically disconnected endpoint data or embedded analytics and control.
The gateway space is bifurcating into two distinct device classes: IoT gateways and intelligent gateways. IoT gateways are typically optimized for specific industry applications and deployments with limited functionality or use otherwise. On the other hand, intelligent gateways feature a flexible software platform enabling support for creating or tying in a variety of custom/third-party applications and platforms. Both types of gateway devices will continue to be a critical element of end-to-end IoT solutions through the next five years and beyond.
Daniel Mandell supports a variety of syndicated market research programs and custom engagements in the IoT and Embedded Technology practices. He leads the research services for IoT gateways, embedded processors, and other computing hardware in addition to supporting programs such as embedded/real-time operating systems. Daniel also develops, programs, and manages end-user surveys to embedded engineers and uncovers useful and interesting insights regarding buyer behaviors, technology adoption, and device/application requirements. His working relationship with VDC dates back to 2005 and includes stints with Business Development as well as the AutoID practice. Daniel holds a B.S. in Information Systems Management from Bridgewater State University.
Chris Rommel is responsible for syndicated research and consulting engagements focused on development and deployment solutions for intelligent systems. He has helped a wide variety of clients respond to and capitalize on the leading trends impacting next-generation device markets, such as security, the Internet of Things, and M2M connectivity, as well as the growing need for system-level lifecycle management solutions. Chris has also led a range of proprietary consulting projects, including competitive analyses, strategic marketing initiative support, ecosystem development strategies, and vertical market opportunity assessments. Chris holds a B.A. in Business Economics and a B.A. in Public and Private Sector Organization from Brown University.