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IIoT Infrastructure

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What is IIoT Infrastructure?

Industrial internet of things (IIoT) infrastructure is the physical hardware, networking, and software enabling sensor usage in a manufacturing setting. Edge computing and local networking technologies are increasingly important due to the implementation of 5G, which promises faster data upload times.

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Leaders

Leaders are the most established service providers in the market and possess the breadth to address various customer needs.

See why these companies made it as leaders for IIoT Infrastructure. These companies include OSIsoft and Actility.

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OSIsoft

United States

OSIsoft delivers the PI System, an enterprise infrastructure for management of real-time data and events. The OSIsoft PI System is used in manufacturing, energy, utilities, life sciences, data centers, facilities, and the process industries. This global installed base relies upon the OSIsoft PI System to safeguard data and deliver enterprise-wide visibility into operational, manufacturing and business data. The PI System enables users to manage assets, mitigate risks, comply with regulations, improve processes, drive innovation, make business decisions in real-time, and to identify competitive business and market opportunities.On August 25th, 2020, OSIsoft was acquired by Aveva Group at a valuation of $5B.

Key People

Patrick Kennedy, Jenny Linton, Bob Guilbault, and 2 more

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Actility

France

Actility provides ThingPark, an integrated platform designed to enable IoT services for any market sector, offering connectivity plus a full set of applications. It includes: ThingPark Wireless LoRa service, which supports both monitoring and remote management of connected devices and Gateways (Base Station and Pico Cell), providing long-range coverage for low-power sensors used in SmartCity, SmartBuilding and SmartFactory applications. ThingPark Cloud, a cloud-based platform with a RESTful API for Apps and ThingPark Store, an IoT Marketplace.

Known Partners

penguinin, Helium, Nova Labs, and 2 more

Key People

Olivier Hersent, Frank Koopman

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Ayla Networks

United States / Founded Year: 2010

Ayla Networks empowers manufacturers, service providers, and others to deliver great products for the Internet of Things. Headquartered in Sunnyvale, California, the company has developed the technology enabling Agile IoT for device makers to quickly and economically develop, support, and enhance smart connected solutions, end-to-end. Collaborating with leaders in electronics, embedded systems, industrial equipment, networking, and consumer devices, Ayla is bringing the Internet of Things to the mainstream.

Known Partners

IAR Systems, SharkNinja, Firedome, and 2 more

Key People

David Friedman, Thomas Lee, Adrian Caceres, and 2 more

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Cubic Telecom

Ireland / Founded Year: 2005

Cubic Telecom is a cloud-based M2M connectivity platform provider, focused on enabling seamless global connectivity solutions for the IoT and enterprise customers. The company's applications and technologies are embedded into the device at the manufacturing stage, enabling always-on connectivity anywhere in the world.

Known Customers

Qualcomm, Manna, Charge Automotive, and 2 more

Key People

Patrick Phelan, Barry Napier, Barry Higginbotham, and 2 more

Highfliers

Highfliers are the most innovative service providers in the market and possess the resources to address evolving customer needs.

See why these companies made it as highfliers for IIoT Infrastructure. These companies include Everactive and Menlo Microsystems.

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Everactive

United States / Founded Year: 2012

Everactive produces data intelligence for the physical world. Operating without batteries, the company's wireless sensor networks deliver continuous cloud-based analytics at a scale not possible with battery-powered devices. Everactive's end-to-end solutions are built upon advances in ultra-low-power circuit design and wireless communication that allow the company to power its Eversensors exclusively from harvested energy.

Key People

Bob Nunn, David Wentzloff, Benton Calhoun

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Menlo Microsystems

United States / Founded Year: 2016

Menlo Micro develops the Digital-Micro-Switch platform which is a design electronic systems, serving multiple industries including 5G mobile networks, industrial IoT markets, battery management, home-automation, electronic vehicles and medical instrumentation.

Known Partners

Corning

Key People

Risa Stack, Rob Reagan, Chris Keimel, and 2 more

Outperformers

Outperformers are the most specialized service providers in the market and possess the expertise to address unique customer needs.

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Challengers

Challengers are the most promising service providers in the market and possess the agility to address emerging customer needs.

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What is IIoT Infrastructure?

Industrial internet of things (IIoT) infrastructure is the physical hardware, networking, and software enabling sensor usage in a manufacturing setting. Edge computing and local networking technologies are increasingly important due to the implementation of 5G, which promises faster data upload times.

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