Huawei and Nokia are leaders in IoT device management

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Recently, the ABI Research cooperation released a report on the leading technology manufacturers in the field of global IoT technology. A total of nine companies have reached the position in this list. However, the surprising point is that Huawei and Nokia have made their mark as market leaders in IoT device management.

According to the information, Huawei and Nokia have been working on supporting advanced technologies in key areas of IoT device management. Both companies have evolutionary developments and have added a new definition to IoT automation.

ABI Research analyst Abdullah Haider said in his report the following words about the two market leaders:

“Beyond scalable deployments, these disruptive platform providers add value by bundling their device management services with data storage, connectivity management and application enablement. Additionally, the leaders also provide device management services with greater granularity and visibility by offering a unified platform, providing metrics and alerts for physical device and network connectivity.

Apart from Huawei and Nokia, companies like AVSystem, Verizon, IoTerop, Deutsche Telekom, Pelion, EdgeIQ, and Ince also earned reputable rankings in the report.

Ten points of IoT device management

Apart from the efforts and hard work of the companies, the ranking of the position is based on ten points of device management services. These criteria are the pillar of innovation and implementation. You can check the following vital points, below.

  • Communication protocol scope
  • Group Policies
  • Diagnostics and business rules
  • Remote configurability
  • Device Agents
  • Ease of device integration
  • Secure integration
  • Boarding capacities
  • Interoperability
  • Partnership/Collaboration, ability to offer business flexibility

So far, Huawei and Nokia have held firm on all these aspects and become the top ranked IoT device management. Along with this, the report also covered some basic points regarding the global adoption of LwM2M (Lightweight Machine-to-Machine). Somehow, this term has constantly created obstacles for sellers.

Since the standard method is not universally applicable, it becomes difficult for the manufacturer to implement and support its qualities in their devices. Still, Huawei and Nokia survived all the threatening factors and took a good position in the market.

Speaking only of Huawei, the company is taking effective steps to make its automation the best product. We have always heard the company at the forefront of merchandise. Whether it is the home region or the global area, the company is constantly rising in the field of technology day by day.

Therefore, there is much more to come in the growth and evolution of Huawei. So let’s see what other awards await the Chinese manufacturer in the coming times.

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