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【分析レポート:アプリケーション】モノのインターネット(IoT)の市場:IoTサプライヤ交替の分析

IoT Marketplaces: An Analysis of IoT Supplier Exchanges

1Q 2017 | Application Analysis Report | AN-2412 | 23 pages | 10 tables | 2 figures | PDF |

 

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ABI Research
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2017年3月お問い合わせください 23 12

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Developing IoT solutions is a complex undertaking requiring enterprise developers to navigate an ever-increasing field of supplier and solution offerings. As more players continue to emerge in the IoT market and announce solutions ranging from connected devices to connectivity services and development platforms, the market risks becoming more fragmented. Growth in IoT and a surge in players have resulted in countless sensors, devices, interfaces, application, platforms, and analytics solutions, and the data generated must be able to be securely integrated. For an enterprise to develop an IoT solution, the company has to work with several companies operating at multiple points along to value chain. This scattered marketplace makes it difficult for enterprises to coordinate these projects between multiple suppliers.

Recognizing that no one company is able to deliver a truly end-to-end IoT solution, software and hardware companies began to focus their attention on simplifying the IoT project implementation process for enterprises by taking the friction out of the development process and partnering with other companies to create cohesive ecosystem offerings. Suppliers have recognized that they can leverage these ecosystems with their solutions in order to defragment the market and make it easier for both enterprises and developer to access end-to-end IoT solutions.

IoT Marketplaces have evolved from these partnerships, simplifying not only the process of building IoT applications for enterprises and developers, but also for these parties to connect with suppliers who can support the entire IoT solution lifecycle. IoT Marketplaces are driving the pace of IoT solution adoption by allowing buyers and sellers of IoT solutions and solution components to converge and collaborate. These open networks encourage and drive both implementation and innovation for the IoT market.       

This analysis examines the issues and challenges affecting enterprises and developers in their IoT solution deployment, the benefits that IoT Marketplaces provide, and a competitive SWOT analysis of the top 10 IoT Marketplaces on the market today.      



目次

  • 1. THE RISE OF IOT MARKETPLACES
    • 1.1. A Look at the IoT Value Chain
    • 1.2. IoT Marketplace Components
  • 2. SWOT ANALYSIS OF THE TOP 10 IOT MARKETPLACE SUPPLIER EXCHANGES
    • 2.1. Aeris
    • 2.2. Amazon Web Services
    • 2.3. Dell
    • 2.4. IBM
    • 2.5. Intel
    • 2.6. Libelium
    • 2.7. Microsoft
    • 2.8. PTC/ThingWorx
    • 2.9. TELUS
    • 2.10. Sierra Wireless

 

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IoT Marketplace Offerings Rise as Suppliers Attempt to Defragment a Diverse IoT Landscape

 

Oyster Bay, New York - 03 Apr 2017

As companies seek to transform themselves with IoT technologies, they are confronted by an incredibly complex and diverse supplier market from which to build IoT solutions. To address this challenge, suppliers are leveraging ecosystem partnerships to provide end-users with a one-stop-shop portfolio of hardware, software, and services. These emerging IoT Marketplaces not only simplify IoT solution creation and adoption, but they also facilitate supplier and buyer interactions ultimately creating open networks that encourage innovation.

“The IoT supplier landscape is scattered right now with a diverse array of companies offering a myriad of complex components and solutions,” says Ryan Harbison, Research Analyst at ABI Research. “IoT Marketplaces, are a response to this complexity designed to reduce the friction buyers face when adopting and implementing IoT solutions.”

ABI Research finds that to reduce the friction that enterprise developers encounter when developing IoT solutions, IoT Marketplaces need to effectively address all components of the IoT value chain. While some IoT Marketplaces currently offer all solution components, many do not have comprehensive offerings. Suppliers are currently working to formalize and expand marketplace offerings and in some cases, integrate them with resources and programs already in place to fully leverage existing relationships. 

“IoT Marketplaces allow suppliers to build an IoT offering centered around their core offerings,” continues Harbison. “These marketplaces are particularly effective when they are built around a single connection point, such as a platform or gateway, because that simplifies the work enterprise developers need to do on both the front and back end.”

ThingWorx successfully leveraged its platform alongside its partners’ expertise to offer a comprehensive supplier exchange. Aeris’ Neo Marketplace provides enterprises not only end-to-end IoT solutions, but also access to support services, APIs, and network services tools. Dell, likewise, worked with its partner program to center its end-to-end marketplace offerings on its IoT edge gateways. Companies like Libelium, Sierra Wireless, and Telus offer solutions in the form of vertical-specific application development and solution kits aimed at enterprise developers. Other companies like Amazon Web Services and Microsoft currently limit their IoT Marketplace offerings to software solutions, but both are looking to integrate their existing program into a cohesive end-to-end IoT offering.

“Today’s IoT supplier base is vast, and finding a singular entity to navigate the technology and supplier choices is a challenge for both enterprises and end-users,” concludes Dan Shey, Vice President and Managing Director at ABI Research. “These marketplaces are relatively new, with only a select few offering a full set of products and services to build fully integrated, end-to-end IoT solutions. But this channel will only continue to grow as suppliers seek to ‘take the complexity out of the possible.’”

These findings are from ABI Research’s IoT Marketplaces: An Analysis of IoT Supplier Exchanges report.

 

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