The firm's analysts evaluated over 1,000 platforms globally and then determined 400 companies to have true platform capabilities across multiple vertical markets and consumer segments. Finally, says the firm, the 29 companies selected for the Frost Radar represent the leaders in the industry that provide a wide range of services and solutions that are at the cutting edge of innovation and growth in this highly fragmented market.
Offered as a practical, high-impact, scalable tracking solution, the Internet of Things (IoT) Platforms Frost Radar provides the following:
- Helps identify the most cutting-edge innovative platforms, including those most poised for growth and ripe for investment.
- Understand how companies benchmark against each other in their ability to expand against a backdrop of industry transformation and evolution.
- Help all end users and industry leaders responsible for making technology solution decisions and selecting providers to build long-term relationships.
"Companies will gain an objective, independent perspective of their innovation and growth strategies," says Dilip Sarangan, IoT Global Program Manager at Frost & Sullivan, "including their robustness, effectiveness, and relative competitive strength, as well as implications on their long-term success."
Featured organizations include 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.
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