Internet of Things (IoT) Leaders: ARM, Broadcom, Cisco, Freescale, Google, Intel, McAfee, Oracle, PTC, Qualcomm, Samsung

Internet of Things (IoT) Leaders: ARM, Broadcom, Cisco, Freescale, Google, Intel, McAfee, Oracle, PTC, Qualcomm, Samsung

Mind Commerce, Date of Publication: Sep 8, 2014, 399 Pages
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The telecommunications industry is rapidly evolving to a world in which objects (devices, equipment, and other assets) are autonomously communicating, transacting, signaling, etc. Arguably this so-called Internet of Things (IoT) market will overtake human communications rapidly as there are vastly more objects in the world than humans, they can communicate much faster, much more frequently, and for many more reasons than humans.

This report provides an evaluation of leading companies and associated solutions within IoT marketplace. Companies included in this study include ARM, Broadcom, Cisco, Freescale, Google, Intel, McAfee, Oracle, PTC, Qualcomm, Samsung, SAP, TE Connectivity, and Texas Instruments. The report also analyzes the IoT ecosystem including critical functions and potential company M&A targets.

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Target Audience: 

  • Semiconductor companies
  • Embedded systems companies
  • Application developers and aggregators
  • Managed service and middleware companies
  • Wireless network operators and service providers
  • Data management and predictive analysis companies
  • Sensor, presence, location, and detection solution providers
  • Internet identity management, privacy, and security companies
  • M2M, Internet of Things (IoT), and general telecommunications companies
  • Wireless infrastructure (cellular, WiMAX, WiFi, RFID/NFC, and Beacon) providers
  • Investors in IoT and/or M2M technologies, infrastructure, solutions, apps and services

Companies in Report: 

  • ARM
  • Broadcom
  • Cisco
  • Freescale
  • Google
  • Intel
  • McAfee
  • Oracle
  • PTC
  • Qualcomm
  • Samsung
  • SAP
  • TE Connectivity
  • Texas Instruments

Key Findings: 

  • Companies providing the fundamental building blocks and support infrastructure for IoT are positioned to capitalize the most in the early days of IoT. This group of companies consists of component (hardware, software, and middleware) as well as support solutions (security, privacy, interoperability, and controls).
  • There will be many companies/solutions that will emerge in the years 2014 – 2020, which are prior to a large inflection point for IoT, and also represent the formative years for the IoT ecosystem to develop functionality necessary to sustain itself and for sufficient market verticals to adopt automated business practices and related service offerings.
  • We see consolidation occurring, both early and late, within the IoT lifecycle and ecosystem. Some of the early players fulfilling critical roles such as Identity Management, will be acquired by much bigger companies very early in the introduction stage.
  • The IoT mediation capability is key to the sustainable growth of IoT services as it provides critical functions such as privacy, security, access control, preference control, and more.

Report Benefits: 

  • Identify leading IoT companies and their strategies
  • Identify critical needs and solutions such as IoT mediation
  • Learn why the companies/solutions evaluated are IoT leaders
  • Understand why other companies are not included and their future
  • Identify potential acquisition targets such as IoT identity management companies
  • See how leading companies are positioning themselves within the IoT ecosystem


TABLE OF CONTENTS

1.0 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 

2.0 INTRODUCTION 

2.1 DEFINING THE INTERNET OF THINGS 17
2.2 IOT TECHNOLOGIES AND SOLUTIONS 17
2.2.1 KEYTECHNOLOGIES SUPPORTING IOT 17
2.2.2 LEADING IOT SOLUTION AREAS 19
2.3 KEY IOT ISSUES AND CHALLENGES 21
2.3.1 STANDARDS 21
2.3.2 DEVICE AND INTERFACE INTEROPERABILITY 22
2.3.1 OPENNESS: INTERFACES, STANDARDS, AND MORE 22
2.3.1 EASE OF CONFIGURATION AND ADMINISTRATION 22
2.3.2 SECURITY 22
2.3.1 MEDIATION 24
2.4 ABOUT THE IOT LEADERS 26
2.4.1 REPORT METHODOLOGY 26
2.4.2 WHY THESE IOT INDUSTRY LEADERS? 27
2.4.3 WHO IS NOT ON THE LIST AND WHY? 28
2.4.4 IDENTIFYING KEY IOT COMPANIES AND SOLUTIONS 29

3.0 ARM

3.1 INTRODUCTION 31
3.1.1 ARM’S UNIQUE BUSINESS MODEL 32
3.1.2 CORE PRODUCTS 32
3.1.3 PRODUCTS & USERS 33
3.1.4 ARM’S STRATEGY FOR LONG TERM GROWTH 36
3.1.5 MISSION 37
3.1.6 VISION 37
3.1.7 VALUES 37
3.1.8 KEY BUSINESS SEGMENTS 37
3.1.9 KEY COMPETITORS 38
3.2 LEADERSHIP 39
3.2.1 KEY PEOPLE 39
3.2.2 EXECUTIVE TEAM PROFILE 40
3.3 FINANCIALS 40
3.3.1 VALUATION RATIOS 40
3.3.2 PROFITABILITY (%) 41
3.3.3 CAPITAL STRUCTURE RATIOS 41
3.3.4 EFFICIENCY 41
3.3.5 LIQUIDITY RATIOS 42
3.4 INTERNET OF THINGS (IOT) 42
3.4.1 ARM’S COMMITMENT TO IOT 43
3.4.2 KEY EXECUTIVES & PROFILE 45
3.4.3 MAPPING OF ARM’S PROCESSORS & THEIR APPLICATIONS 46
3.4.4 IOT SOLUTIONS 48
3.4.5 SENSINODE’S IOT SOLUTIONS 50
3.4.6 HOW ARM IS BEST POSITIONED FOR THE IOT WAVE 53
3.5 NEWS & EVENTS 55

4.0 BROADCOM 
4.1 INTRODUCTION 57
4.1.1 GLOBAL RANKING 59
4.1.2 KEY AREAS OF R&D INVESTMENTS 59
4.1.3 PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 60
4.1.4 KEY CUSTOMERS 60
4.1.5 KEY MANUFACTURING PARTNERS 61
4.1.6 SEGMENT WISE KEY COMPETITORS 61
4.1.7 MISSION 62
4.2 LEADERSHIP 62
4.2.1 KEY PEOPLE & MANAGEMENT STRUCTURE 62
4.2.2 EXECUTIVE TEAM PROFILE 63
4.3 FINANCIALS 65
4.4 VALUATION RATIOS 66
4.4.1 PROFITABILITY (%) 66
4.4.2 CAPITAL STRUCTURE RATIOS 66
4.4.3 EFFICIENCY 67
4.4.4 LIQUIDITY RATIOS 67
4.5 INTERNET OF THINGS (IOT) 67
4.5.1 BROADCOM SMARTENS UP "INTERNET OF THINGS" WITH WICED™ DEVELOPMENT KIT 68
4.5.2 KEY EXECUTIVES & PROFILE RELATED TO IOT 69
4.5.3 REAL LIFE IOT SOLUTIONS USING BROADCOM PRODUCTS & WICED PLATFORM 71
4.6 NEWS RELATED TO BROADCOM’S IOT INITIATIVES 76

5.0 CISCO


5.1 INTRODUCTION 78
5.1.1 HISTORY 79
5.1.2 MISSION 80
5.1.3 VALUES 80
5.1.4 CISCO’S CUSTOMER BASE 80
5.1.5 CISCO’S PRODUCT OFFERINGS 81
5.2 CISCO’S SERVICE OFFERINGS 82
5.2.1 KEY COMPETITORS 82
5.3 LEADERSHIP 83
5.3.1 THE LEADERSHIP TEAM 83
5.3.2 EXECUTIVE TEAM PROFILE 84
5.4 FINANCIALS 88
5.4.1 VALUATION RATIOS 89
5.4.2 PROFITABILITY (%) 89
5.4.3 CAPITAL STRUCTURE RATIOS 89
5.4.4 EFFICIENCY RATIOS 90
5.4.5 LIQUIDITY RATIOS 90
5.5 INTERNET OF EVERYTHING (IOE) 90
5.5.1 CISCO'S VISION FOR INTERNET OF EVERYTHING 91
5.5.2 TOP FIVE PREDICTIONS FOR INTERNET OF EVERYTHING 92
5.5.3 FIVE TRUTHS ABOUT THE INTERNET OF EVERYTHING 93
5.5.4 CISCO ONE ENTERPRISE NETWORKS ARCHITECTURE SUPPORTING IOE 95
5.5.5 IOE APPLICATIONS 97
5.5.6 IOE SOLUTIONS 101
5.6 INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENTS 104

6.0 FREESCALE

6.1 INTRODUCTION 108
6.1.1 PRINCIPLE PRODUCTS 109
6.1.2 KEY COMPETITORS 109
6.1.3 MISSION 110
6.1.4 BOARD MEMBERS 110
6.1.5 EXECUTIVE TEAM PROFILE 111
6.2 FINANCIALS 113
6.2.1 VALUATION RATIOS 113
6.2.2 PROFITABILITY (%) 113
6.2.3 CAPITAL STRUCTURE RATIOS 113
6.2.4 EFFICIENCY 114
6.2.5 LIQUIDITY RATIOS 114
6.3 INTERNET OF THINGS (IOT) 114
6.3.1 FREESCALE’S COMMITMENT TO IOT 115
6.3.2 HOME HEALTH HUB REFERENCE PLATFORM FOR PATIENT MONITORING 116
6.3.3 FREESCALE’S ‘ONE BOX’ SERVICE DELIVERY PLATFORM 117
6.3.4 REAL LIFE IOT SOLUTIONS USING FREESCALE PRODUCTS 119
6.4 NEWS RELATED TO FREESCALE’S IOT INITIATIVES 123

7.0 GOOGLE

7.1 INTRODUCTION 127
7.1.1 HISTORY 127
7.1.2 MAJOR PRODUCTS 128
7.1.3 MISSION 130
7.1.4 BELIEFS 130
7.1.5 GOAL 130
7.1.6 KEY COMPETITORS 131
7.2 LEADERSHIP 131
7.2.1 KEY PEOPLE 131
7.2.2 EXECUTIVE TEAM PROFILE 132
7.3 FINANCIALS 134
7.3.1 VALUATION RATIOS 134
7.3.2 PROFITABILITY (%) 134
7.3.3 CAPITAL STRUCTURE RATIOS 135
7.3.4 LIQUIDITY RATIOS 135
7.4 INTERNET OF THINGS (IOT) 135
7.4.1 GOOGLE’S COMMITMENT TO IOT 136
7.4.2 KEY EXECUTIVES & PROFILE 136
7.5 GOOGLE’S ASPIRATIONS & AMBITIONS IN IOT 139
7.5.1 SCHAFT INC 139
7.5.2 INDUSTRIAL PERCEPTION INC 140
7.5.3 REDWOOD ROBOTICS 140
7.5.4 MEKA ROBOTICS 141
7.5.5 HOLOMNI 141
7.5.6 BOT & DOLLY 141
7.5.7 BOSTON DYNAMICS 141
7.5.8 NEST 142
7.5.9 DEEP MIND 142
7.5.10 DROPCAM 142
7.6 PHILOSOPHY BEHIND GOOGLE’S ACQUISITIONS 143
7.6.1 WHAT NEXT FOR NEST 144
7.7 GOOGLE’S PROJECT X AND IOT 144
7.7.1 GOOGLE MOON SHOT 145
7.7.2 GOOGLE FIBER 145
7.7.3 GOOGLE GLASS 146
7.7.4 GOOGLE DRIVERLESS CARS 147
7.7.5 GOOGLE NEARBY 149
7.8 NEWS AND DEVELOPMENTS 150

8.0 INTEL

8.1 INTRODUCTION 152
8.1.1 HISTORY 153
8.1.2 MISSION 154
8.1.3 VALUES 154
8.1.4 OBJECTIVES 154
8.1.5 KEY CUSTOMER GROUPS 154
8.1.6 KEY COMPETITORS 155
8.2 LEADERSHIP 155
8.2.1 KEY PEOPLE 155
8.2.2 EXECUTIVE TEAM PROFILE 156
8.3 FINANCIALS 159
8.3.1 VALUATION RATIOS 159
8.3.2 PROFITABILITY (%) 159
8.3.3 CAPITAL STRUCTURE RATIOS 160
8.3.4 EFFICIENCY 160
8.3.5 LIQUIDITY RATIOS 160
8.4 INTERNET OF THINGS (IOT) 160
8.4.1 INTEL’S COMMITMENT TO IOT 161
8.4.2 INTELLIGENT DEVICES 161
8.4.3 INTELLIGENT SYSTEM OF SYSTEMS 161
8.4.4 GATEWAYS 162
8.4.5 INTELLIGENT ANALYTICS 162
8.5 KEY EXECUTIVES & PROFILE 162
8.6 INTEL’S VISION FOR INTERNET OF THINGS 164
8.6.1 THREE PILLARS 164
8.6.2 REAL-WORLD APPLICATION 164
8.7 IOT PRODUCT FACTSHEET 165
8.8 IOT APPLICATIONS 165
8.8.1 ADDING INTELLIGENCE TO INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION 166
8.8.2 SMARTER RETAIL 167
8.9 IOT SOLUTIONS 167
8.9.1 INTELLIGENT COFFEE STATION SOLUTION: COSTA COFFEE 167
8.9.2 THE HVAC SOLUTION: DAIKIN APPLIED 168
8.9.3 CONNECTED CARS: BMW 168
8.10 NEWS AND DEVELOPMENTS 168

9.0 MCAFEE

9.1 INTRODUCTION 171
9.2 HISTORY AND EVOLUTION 172
9.2.1 NETWORK OF OPERATIONS 172
9.2.2 THE GROWTH OF COMPUTER VIRUSES AND MALICIOUS CODE 172
9.2.3 INTRUVERT ACQUISTION 172
9.2.4 CHANNEL STUFFING 172
9.2.5 MCAFEE TODAY 173
9.3 MCAFEE PRODUCTS 173
9.4 MISSION 174
9.5 VALUES 174
9.6 KEY CUSTOMER GROUPS 175
9.6.1 FINANCIAL SERVICES 175
9.6.2 HEALTHCARE 175
9.6.3 PUBLIC SECTOR 175
9.6.4 RETAIL 176
9.6.5 TELECOMMUNICATIONS 176
9.7 KEY COMPETITORS 176
9.8 LEADERSHIP 176
9.9 KEY PEOPLE 176
9.9.1 EXECUTIVE TEAM PROFILE 177
9.10 THE INTERNET OF THINGS (IOT) 179
9.10.1 THE EVOLVING IOT ENVIRONMENT 181
9.10.2 EXISTING PRODUCTS VS. MCAFEE REAL TIME PRODUCTS 183
9.10.3 NEW SECURITY ARCHITECTURE FOR IOT 183
9.10.4 DESIGNED TO MEET THE INDUSTRIES NEEDS FOR IOT 184
9.10.5 KEY EXECUTIVES & PROFILE (IOT) 185
9.11 MCAFEE’S STRATEGY FOR SECURING IOT 187
9.12 SECURITY PORTFOLIO BY MCAFEE FOR IOT 188
9.12.1 FOR DEVICES 188
9.12.2 FOR CONNECTIONS 189
9.12.3 FOR THE CLOUD 190
9.12.1 THE AGE OF THE AIR-GAP IS COMING TO AN END 190
9.12.2 TOMORROW’S IT THREATS WILL SHAPE ENTERPRISE SECURITY 191
9.13 INTERNATIONAL SECURITY STANDARDS AND IOT 192
9.14 CONCLUSIONS 192
9.15 LATEST NEWS & EVENTS 193

10.0 ORACLE

10.1 INTRODUCTION 195
10.1.1 HISTORY 196
10.1.2 MISSION 200
10.1.3 VALUES 200
10.2 KEY BUSINESS GROUPS 200
10.2.1 ORACLE CLOUD SOLUTIONS 200
10.2.2 ORACLE DATABASE 201
10.2.3 ORACLE FUSION MIDDLEWARE 201
10.2.4 ORACLE APPLICATIONS 201
10.2.5 ORACLE ENGINEERED SYSTEMS 201
10.2.6 ORACLE SERVERS 201
10.2.7 ORACLE STORAGE 202
10.2.8 ORACLE SERVICES 202
10.2.9 ORACLE CLOUD SERVICES 202
10.2.10 ORACLE CONSULTING 202
10.2.11 ORACLE FINANCING 202
10.2.12 ORACLE UNIVERSITY 202
10.3 KEY COMPETITORS 203
10.4 LEADERSHIP 203
10.4.1 KEY PEOPLE 203
10.4.2 EXECUTIVE TEAM PROFILE 205
10.5 FINANCIALS 207
10.5.1 VALUATION RATIOS 207
10.5.2 PROFITABILITY (%) 207
10.5.3 CAPITAL STRUCTURE RATIOS 208
10.5.4 EFFICIENCY 208
10.5.5 LIQUIDITY RATIOS 208
10.6 INTERNET OF THINGS 209
10.6.1 ORACLE’S COMMITMENT TO IOT 209
10.7 KEY EXECUTIVES & PROFILE 211
10.8 ORACLE’S VISION FOR INTERNET OF THINGS 213
10.8.1 SIX COGS OF THE INTERNET OF THINGS WHEELS OF ORACLE 213
10.9 IOT APPLICATIONS 213
10.9.1 SMART CITY 213
10.9.2 REMOTE MONITORING SERVICE 215
10.10 IOT TECHNOLOGY FACTSHEET 218
10.10.1 EMBEDDED JAVA TECHNOLOGY 218
10.10.2 ORACLE SOA SUITE 218
10.10.3 ORACLE BUSINESS PROCESS MANAGEMENT SUITE 218
10.10.4 ORACLE IDENTITY MANAGEMENT 219
10.10.5 ORACLE DATABASE SECURITY 220
10.10.6 ORACLE MANAGED CLOUD SERVICES 221
10.10.7 ORACLE MOBILE PLATFORM 222
10.11 IOT SOLUTIONS 222
10.11.1 CELLULAR MACHINE TO MACHINE COMMUNICATION: CINTERION 222
10.11.2 SMART GRID: ELECTRO 224
10.11.3 MACHINE TO MACHINE SERVICE: HUGHES TELEMATICS 224
10.12 NEWS AND DEVELOPMENTS 226

11.0 PTC

11.1 INTRODUCTION 229

11.1.1 CUSTOMER LANDSCAPE 230
11.1.2 INDUSTRIES SERVED 230
11.1.3 MARKET SEGMENTS 230
11.1.4 GLOBAL PRESENCE 230
11.1.5 CELEBRATED MILESTONES 232
11.1.6 MISSION 232
11.1.7 KEY COMPETITORS 232
11.2 LEADERSHIP 232
11.2.1 EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP 233
11.2.2 EXECUTIVE TEAM PROFILE 234
11.3 FINANCIALS 236
11.3.1 FINANCIAL DATA 237
11.3.2 KEY FUNDAMENTALS 237
11.3.3 KEY RATIOS 238
11.4 INTERNET OF THINGS (IOT) 238
11.4.1 PTC'S VISION FOR SMART, CONNECTED PRODUCTS 239
11.4.2 RATIONALE BEHIND ACQUISITION OF THINGWORX 239
11.4.3 7 FORCES OF TRANSFORMATION 240
11.4.4 RESPONDING TO THE 7 FORCES 242
11.4.5 IOT ACCORDING TO PTC 242
11.5 CAPABILITIES OF SMART, CONNECTED PRODUCTS 243
11.5.1 PERSONALIZE/CUSTOMIZE 243
11.5.2 MONITOR CONDITION/OPERATION 243
11.5.3 MONITOR ENVIRONMENT 244
11.5.4 REMOTE CONTROL 244
11.5.5 SERVICE/UPGRADE 244
11.5.6 AUTONOMOUS 244
11.6 IMPACT OF IOT ON MANUFACTURERS 244
11.6.1 VALUE IS SHIFTING FROM HARDWARE TO SOFTWARE 244
11.6.2 VALUE IS SHIFTING FROM PRODUCT TO CLOUD 245
11.6.3 VALUE IS SHIFTING FROM PRODUCT TO SERVICE 245
11.7 THE ROAD AHEAD: CAPITALIZE ON THE GREATER IOT MARKET 245
11.8 NEWS AND DEVELOPMENTS 246

12.0 QUALCOMM 

12.1 INTRODUCTION 250
12.1.1 HISTORY AND BACKGROUND 250
12.1.2 PRODUCTS 250
12.1.3 MISSION 252
12.1.4 VALUES 252
12.1.5 OBJECTIVES 252
12.1.6 KEY CUSTOMER GROUPS 252
12.2 KEY COMPETITORS 254
12.3 LEADERSHIP 254
12.4 KEY EXECUTIVES 254
12.5 EXECUTIVE TEAM PROFILE 255
12.6 FINANCIALS 256
12.6.1 VALUATION RATIOS 256
12.6.2 PROFITABILITY (%) 257
12.6.3 CAPITAL STRUCTURE RATIOS 257
12.6.4 EFFICIENCY 257
12.6.5 LIQUIDITY RATIOS 258
12.7 INTERNET OF EVERYTHING (IOE) 258
12.7.1 QUALCOMM’S COMMITMENT TO IOE 258
12.7.2 ALLJOYN SOFTWARE CONNECTIVITY & SERVICES FRAMEWORK 258
12.7.3 IOE DEVELOPMENT PLATFORM 260
12.7.4 WIRELESS AND WIRED CONNECTIVITY 261
12.7.5 KEY EXECUTIVES & PROFILE 261
12.8 QUALCOMM’S VISION FOR INTERNET OF EVERYTHING 262
12.8.1 KEY ELEMENTS THAT MAKE IT REAL FOR QUALCOMM 263
12.9 APPLICATION & SOLUTIONS 263
12.9.1 AUTOMOTIVE, TRANSPORTATION AND LOGISTICS 263
12.9.2 SMART ENERGY AND SECURITY 264
12.9.3 CONSUMER AND OTHER M2M 264
12.10 IOT PRODUCTS 265
12.10.1 QUALCOMM 1X ADVANCED (CDMA) 265
12.10.2 PROCESSORS 265
12.10.3 LTE CELLULAR CHIPSET 266
12.10.4 EV-DO 267
12.10.5 HSPA+ ADVANCED 268
12.11 QUALCOMM’S PARTNERSHIPS TO BOOST IOE 268
12.12 NEWS AND DEVELOPMENTS 270

13.0 SAMSUNG

13.1 INTRODUCTION 274
13.1.1 HISTORY 274
13.1.2 LISTED COMPANIES UNDER SAMSUNG BRAND 275
13.1.3 SAMSUNG’S FIVE BUSINESS PRINCIPLES 275
13.1.4 VALUES 276
13.1.5 VISION 2020 276
13.1.6 GLOBAL CORPORATION 277
13.1.7 KEY BUSINESS AREAS 278
13.1.8 KEY COMPETITORS 278
13.2 LEADERSHIP 279
13.2.1 KEY PEOPLE 279
13.2.2 EXECUTIVE TEAM PROFILE 279
13.3 FINANCIALS 280
13.3.1 VALUATION RATIOS 281
13.3.2 PROFITABILITY (%) 281
13.3.3 CAPITAL STRUCTURE RATIOS 281
13.3.4 EFFICIENCY 282
13.3.5 LIQUIDITY RATIOS 282
13.4 INTERNET OF THINGS (IOT) 282
13.4.1 SAMSUNG’S PROGRESS TOWARDS IOT 283
13.4.2 MACHINE TO MACHINE (M2M) COMMUNICATION 284
13.4.3 INTELLIGENCE FOR SMARTER HEALTH 284
13.4.4 KEY EXECUTIVES AND PROFILE 284
13.5 SAMSUNG’S IOT SOLUTIONS & APPLICATIONS 286
13.5.1 SIMBAND 286
13.5.2 CONNECTED CARS 287
13.5.3 SMART CONNECTED WATCH AND ELECTRONIC TATTOOS 288
13.5.4 WI-FI SOLUTION WITH LOW POWER CONSUMPTION FOR IOT APPLICATIONS 289
13.5.5 FITNESS: TREK BICYCLE AND SMART BANGLE 289
13.5.6 SMART HOMES 291
13.5.7 MEDICAL TEST BED 292
13.6 TIZEN 293
13.6.1 SAMSUNG’S APPLICATION ECOSYSTEM ON TIZEN 293
13.6.2 REVOLUTIONIZING CONSUMER TECHNOLOGY 293
13.7 SAMI CLOUD PLATFORM 294
13.8 NEWS AND DEVELOPMENTS 295

14.0 SAP

14.1 INTRODUCTION 299
14.1.1 HISTORY 299
14.1.2 VISION & MISSION 300
14.1.3 GOALS FOR SUSTAINED BUSINESS SUCCESS 300
14.1.4 STRATEGY 301
14.1.5 KEY COMPETITORS 301
14.2 LEADERSHIP 302
14.2.1 SUPERVISORY BOARD 302
14.2.2 SAP GLOBAL MANAGING BOARD 302
14.2.3 EXECUTIVE BOARD 302
14.2.4 KEY LEADERSHIP 302
14.2.5 EXECUTIVE TEAM PROFILE 303
14.3 FINANCIALS 306
14.3.1 FINANCIAL, ENVIRONMENTAL, EMPLOYEES 307
14.4 INTERNET OF THINGS (IOT) 309
14.4.1 BUILDING BLOCKS FOR ENABLING IOT 310
14.4.2 INTERNET OF THINGS SOLUTION ARCHITECTURE FROM SAP 310
14.5 THE SAP IOT SOLUTION 311
14.5.1 SECURE, STREAMLINED DEVICE MANAGEMENT 311
14.5.2 RELIABLE DATA CAPTURE 312
14.5.3 FLEXIBLE ANALYTICS FOUNDATION 312
14.5.4 SCALABILITY FOR MASSIVE DATA 312
14.6 SAP IOT APPLICATIONS 313
14.6.1 SMARTER GREEN ROOFS 313
14.6.2 IMPROVE WORKER SAFETY AND MAKE CONSTRUCTION SMARTER 313
14.6.3 SMART VENDING 313
14.6.4 CONNECTED CARS FOR SIMPLIFIED FUELING 315
14.6.5 REMOTE MAINTENANCE AND SERVICE 315
14.6.6 CONNECTED LOGISTICS 316
14.6.7 CONNECTED RETAIL 316
14.7 NEWS AND DEVELOPMENTS 317

15.0 TE CONNECTIVITY

15.1 INTRODUCTION 319
15.1.1 TRANSPORTATION SOLUTIONS 320
15.1.2 NETWORK SOLUTIONS 320
15.1.3 INDUSTRIAL SOLUTIONS 321
15.1.4 CONSUMER SOLUTIONS 321
15.1.5 KEY PRODUCTS & MARKETS 322
15.1.6 REVENUE SPLIT BY MARKETS 323
15.1.7 KEY COMPETITORS 323
15.2 LEADERSHIP 323
15.2.1 KEY PEOPLE 323
15.2.2 EXECUTIVE TEAM PROFILE 324
15.3 FINANCIALS 326
15.3.1 VALUATION RATIOS 327
15.3.2 PROFITABILITY (%) 327
15.3.3 CAPITAL STRUCTURE RATIOS 328
15.3.4 EFFICIENCY 328
15.3.5 LIQUIDITY RATIOS 328
15.4 INTERNET OF THINGS (IOT) 328
15.4.1 INTELLIGENT BUILDINGS 329
15.4.2 ADDING INTELLIGENCE TO INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION 331
15.4.3 SMARTER RETAIL 332
15.4.4 ACQUISITION OF MEASUREMENT SPECIALTIES 332
15.5 NEWS AND DEVELOPMENTS 334

16.0 TEXAS INSTRUMENTS

16.1 INTRODUCTION 335
16.1.1 HISTORY 336
16.1.2 TI FACTSHEET 336
16.1.3 PRODUCTS 337
16.1.4 MISSION 338
16.1.5 VALUES 338
16.1.6 OBJECTIVES 338
16.1.7 KEY COMPETITORS 338
16.2 LEADERSHIP 339
16.2.1 LEADERSHIP TEAM 339
16.2.2 KEY EXECUTIVES PROFILE 339
16.3 FINANCIALS 342
16.3.1 VALUATION RATIOS 342
16.4 INTERNET OF THINGS (IOT) 344
16.4.1 WHY THE IOT IS SO ATTRACTIVE? 345
16.4.2 EVOLUTION OF IOT 346
16.4.3 HOW IOT WORKS 347
16.5 CHALLENGES POSED BY IOT AND TI’S SOLUTIONS 348
16.5.1 CONNECTIVITY 348
16.5.2 POWER MANAGEMENT 348
16.5.1 SECURITY 349
16.5.1 COMPLEXITY 350
16.5.1 RAPID EVOLUTION 351
16.6 MAKING THE VISION FOR IOT 2020 HAPPEN 352
16.6.1 TI BUILDING BLOCKS FOR IOT 352
16.6.2 IOT APPLICATIONS 354
16.6.3 FITNESS AND HEALTHCARE IN IOT 356
16.6.4 HOMES IN IOT 358
16.7 IOT SOLUTIONS USING TI PRODUCTS 359
16.7.1 94FIFTY SMART BASKET BALL 359
16.7.2 IBM AND TI’S SMART WASHING MACHINE 360
16.7.3 THE INTERNET OF KOOLTHINGS (AKA “IOKT”) 361
16.8 THE IOT ECOSYSTEM BY TI 362
16.8.1 2LEMETRY 362
16.8.2 ARM 362
16.8.3 ARRAYENT 363
16.8.4 EXOSITE 363
16.8.5 IBM 363
16.8.6 SPARK 364
16.8.7 THINGSQUARE 364
16.8.8 XIVELY 364
16.9 NEWS AND DEVELOPMENTS 365

17.0 IOT TECHNOLOGIES

17.1 CONNECTED DEVICES 367
17.1.1 EMBEDDED SYSTEMS 367
17.1.2 DEVICES EVERYWHERE 368
17.2 NEXT GENERATION POWER 369
17.2.1 THE CHALLENGE 369
17.2.2 AMBIENT ENERGY HARVESTING 370
17.3 CLOUD COMPUTING 370
17.3.1 CLOUD INFRASTRUCTURE 370
17.3.2 CLOUD COMPUTING 370
17.4 MACRO AREA WIRELESS: CELLULAR 371
17.4.1 MOST PREVALENT DIGITAL CELLULAR SYSTEMS: 2G AND 3G 372
17.4.2 4TH GENERATION (4G) CELLULAR 373
17.4.3 HETEROGENEOUS NETWORKS (HETNET) 378
17.5 MACRO AREA WIRELESS: NON-CELLULAR 379
17.5.1 WIMAX 379
17.5.2 SATELLITE 379
17.6 SHORT RANGE WIRELESS 380
17.6.1 WIFI 380
17.6.2 LIFI 382
17.6.3 RF IDENTIFICATION (RFID) 383
17.6.4 BLUETOOTH 384
17.6.5 ZIGBEE 385
17.6.6 ULTRA WIDE BAND (UWB) 386
17.6.7 DEDICATED SHORT-RANGE COMMUNICATIONS 386
17.6.8 BEACON TECHNOLOGIES 386
17.7 INTERNET PROTOCOL VERSION SIX (IPV6) 387
17.8 SENSORS AND DETECTION TECHNOLOGIES 388
17.9 DATA STORAGE/MANAGEMENT 391
17.10 APIS AND DATA INTEGRATION 391
17.11 MACHINE-TO-MACHINE (M2M) 391
17.12 WEARABLE WIRELESS AND COMPUTING 393
17.13 AUGMENTED REALITY AND MEDIA 395
17.14 BIG DATA, PREDICTIVE ANALYSIS, AND BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE 397
17.15 IOT AND CLOUD TECHNOLOGIES/SOLUTIONS 397
17.16 IOT MEDIATION AND ORCHESTRATION 398

 

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