Global Cloud Computing in Industrial IoT Markets Report 2020-2025: Core and Edge Computing Advances are Dramatically Improving the ROI for IIoT Investment

Global Cloud Computing in Industrial IoT Markets Report 2020-2025: Core and Edge Computing Advances are Dramatically Improving the ROI for IIoT Investment

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DUBLIN, Oct. 16, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The “Cloud Computing in Industrial IoT: Market for Cloud support of IIoT by Software, Platforms, Infrastructure (SaaS, PaaS, and IaaS) including Centralized Cloud Edge Computing for Devices and Objects 2020 – 2025” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

The report analyzes the impact of SaaS, PaaS, and IaaS upon IIoT as well as cloud computing software, platforms, and infrastructure in support of edge computing.

The report also assesses market opportunities for cloud computing support of IIoT devices and the objects that will be monitored, actuated, and controlled through IoT enabled processes.

The report includes detailed forecasts for the global and regional outlook as well as by industry vertical, devices, and objects/things from 2020 to 2025.

Cloud computing is moving beyond the consumer and enterprise markets into support for manufacturing and industrial automation of other industry verticals. The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) represents a substantial opportunity for both the centralized cloud as a service model for software, platforms, and infrastructure as well as distributed computing wherein IIoT edge computing will enable the ICT industry to leverage real-time processing and analytics.

Target Audience:

  • Robotics companies
  • Cloud SPI companies
  • Manufacturing companies
  • Systems integration companies
  • Industrial automation companies
  • IIoT and industrial service providers
  • Cloud infrastructure and services companies
  • Key Topics Covered:

    1 Executive Summary

    2 Overview
    2.1 Cloud Computing
    2.2 Cloud Computing Structure
    2.3 Traditional Industrial IoT Challenges
    2.4 Cloud Computing in Industrial IoT
    2.5 Consumer vs. Industrial Cloud Platforms
    2.6 Evolution of Fog Computing
    2.7 IIoT Cloud Computing Benefits
    2.8 Industrial Internet and IIoT

    3 IIoT Cloud Computing Ecosystem
    3.1 IIoT Cloud Computing Services
    3.1.1 Infrastructure as a Service
    3.1.2 Platform as a Service
    3.1.3 Software as a Service
    3.2 Cloud Computing Deployment
    3.3 IIoT Cloud Computing Applications
    3.4 Cloud Manufacturing
    3.5 Software Defined IIoT and Industry 4.0
    3.6 Smart Connected Enterprise and Workplace
    3.7 Cloud Technology in Robotics
    3.8 Artificial Intelligence and IIoT Solutions
    3.9 IIoT Cloud Computing Challenges
    3.10 IIoT Cloud Computing Pricing Models

    4 Cloud Computing in IIoT Market Dynamics
    4.1 Drivers
    4.1.1 Increased Use of Cloud Computing Platforms
    4.1.2 Government-favourable policies towards initiatives and innovative efforts
    4.1.3 Optimization of operational efficiency and automation
    4.2 Challenges
    4.2.1 High initial cost
    4.2.2 Data Security and Privacy Breaches

    5 Case Study: Cloud Computing in IIoT Market
    5.1 IoT Use cases of Kemppi
    5.2 Smarter Systems for Increasing Customer Productivity Case Study
    5.3 Caterpillar’s NextGen Human-Machine Interface (HMI) software platform
    5.4 Creating Smarter heating and cooling systems with cloud
    5.5 Prototyping the Future Automotive Cloud
    5.6 Oil and Gas production Smart Case Study
    5.7 Rockwell Adapted Microsoft Azure Case Study
    5.8 Cloud-first digital transformation
    5.9 Eastman Case study for cloud migration
    5.10 Data Analytics Improves Transportation Equipment Utilization

    6 Industrial IoT Cloud Computing Market
    6.1 Global Market Forecasts
    6.1.1 Combined Cloud IIoT Market 2020 – 2025
    6.1.2 Market by Service Segment 2020 – 2025
    6.1.3 Infrastructure Market 2020 – 2025
    6.1.4 Software Market 2020 – 2025
    6.1.5 Platform Solution Market 2020 – 2025
    6.1.6 Market by Cloud Type 2020 – 2025
    6.1.7 Private Cloud Computing Market by Deployment 2020 – 2025
    6.1.8 Public Cloud Computing Market by Deployment 2020 – 2025
    6.1.9 Hybrid Cloud Computing Market by Deployment 2020 – 2025
    6.1.10 Market by Industry Vertical 2020 – 2025
    6.1.11 Manufacturing Market by Sub-sector 2020 – 2025
    6.1.12 Utilities Market by Sub-sector 2020 – 2025
    6.2 Regional Market Forecasts

    7 IIoT Cloud Connected Devices/Things Forecasts
    7.1 Connected Device Forecasts 2020 – 2025
    7.1.1 Total Cloud Connected Devices 2020 – 2025
    7.1.2 Cloud Connected Devices by Type 2020 – 2025
    7.1.3 Cloud Connected Devices by Industry Vertical 2020 – 2025
    7.1.4 Cloud Connected Devices by Region 2020 – 2025
    7.2 Connected Things/ Objects Forecasts
    7.2.1 Total Cloud Connected Things/Objects 2020 – 2025
    7.2.2 Cloud Connected Things/Objects by Industry Vertical 2020 – 2025
    7.2.3 Cloud Connected Things/Objects by Region 2020 – 2025

    8 Company Analysis
    8.1 Amazon Web Services (AWS) Inc.
    8.1.1 Company Overview
    8.1.2 Product and Solutions
    8.1.3 Recent Developments
    8.2 Cumulocity GmBH
    8.3 CISCO Systems Inc.
    8.4 SAP SE
    8.5 Ampla Soluciones SL
    8.6 General Electric (GE)
    8.7 AT&T Inc.
    8.8 Losant IoT Inc.
    8.9 Thethings.io
    8.10 XMPro
    8.11 Siemens AG
    8.12 Robert Bosch GmbH
    8.13 IBM Corporation
    8.14 Microsoft Corporation
    8.15 C3IoT
    8.16 Meshify
    8.17 Sierra Wireless Inc.
    8.18 Carriots
    8.19 Intel Corporation
    8.20 PTC
    8.21 Uptake Technologies Inc.
    8.22 TempolQ
    8.23 Honeywell International
    8.24 Enterox Systems
    8.25 Aware360 Ltd.
    8.26 XILINX Inc.
    8.27 Echelon Corporation
    8.28 Real Time Innovation (RTI)
    8.29 Fujitsu Ltd.
    8.30 Reali Technologies Ltd

    9 Conclusions and Recommendations

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    Honda Motor Co., Ltd. - HMC - Stock Price Today

    Honda Motor Co., Ltd. – HMC – Stock Price Today

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    The Automobiles segment (66.7% of total revenue in fiscal 2020)produces passenger cars, minivans, multi-wagons, sport utility vehicles (SUVs) and mini cars.

    The Motorcycles segment (13.7%) produces motorcycles consisting …

    Honda Motor Co., Ltd. is a leading manufacturer of automobiles and the largest producer of motorcycles in the world. The company is recognized internationally for its wide variety of products, ranging from small general-purpose engines to specialty sports cars, which incorporate its efficient internal combustion engine technologies.

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    The Motorcycles segment (13.7%) produces motorcycles consisting of sports (trial and motocross racing), business and commuter models as well as all-terrain vehicles, personal watercraft and multi-utility vehicles. It produces motorcycles ranging from the 50cc class to the 1800cc class in cylinder displacement.

    The Financial Services segment (17.4%) offers various financial services that include retail lending and leasing to customers, as well as other financial services, such as wholesale financing to dealers.

    The Life Creation and Other segment (2.2%) manufactures various power products, including solar cell batteries, power tillers, portable generators, general-purpose engines, grass cutters, outboard marine engines, water pumps, snow throwers, power carriers, power sprayers, lawn mowers and lawn tractors (riding lawn mowers).

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    Why Fastly Stock Plunged Today

    Why Fastly Stock Plunged Today

    Shares of Fastly (NYSE:FSLY) were diving today after the company reported preliminary third-quarter revenue that was below its earlier guidance. TikTok, its biggest customer, appeared to be the culprit. Fastly also tossed out its full-year guidance and all other forecasts it had made in its second-quarter earnings report.

    The news cooled off what had been one of the hottest growth stocks of the year, sending shares down 27.7% as of 9:59 a.m. EDT today.

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    Fastly now expects to post third-quarter revenue of $70 million to $71 million, down from prior guidance of $73.5 million to $75.5 million. The primary reason for the dialed-down expectations appeared to be the Trump administration’s crackdown on TikTok, along with other Chinese apps, since management said it saw a significant revenue reduction from TikTok. Additionally, the company reported that a few customers had lower-than-expected usage toward the end of the quarter, which could reflect the reopening of the economy and therefore lower demand for internet connectivity.

    As an infrastructure-as-a-service company, Fastly bills according to usage, so it’s a key metric for investors to follow.

    CEO Josh Bixby said: “The current global environment has in some ways fueled our business, but has also created areas of uncertainty. While our preliminary third-quarter results reflect the challenges of a usage-based model, we believe the fundamentals of Fastly’s business remain strong, as does demand for our platform.”

    Even with the lower guidance, the edge computing platform still expects revenue to grow in a range of 40.6% to 42.6% in the third quarter, showing the growth story is still intact. Bixby also touted the company’s recent $775 million acquisition of Signal Sciences — an app security company that counts Under Armour and DoorDash among its customers — and said fourth-quarter guidance would include revenue from Signal Sciences.

    Today’s news is no doubt a setback for Fastly, but the challenges with TikTok are likely fleeting. Long-term investors may want to take advantage of the pullback. Fastly will deliver its complete third-quarter report on Oct. 28.

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    Nasdaq Ventures Makes Dealpath Investment

    Nasdaq Ventures Makes Dealpath Investment

    Gary Offner of Nasdaq Ventures (inset) and Dealpath's Mike Sroka (Linkedin, Google Maps, Dealpath)

    Gary Offner of Nasdaq Ventures (inset) and Dealpath’s Mike Sroka (Linkedin, Google Maps, Dealpath)

    Dealpath, the data management startup backed by the likes of Blackstone and JLL, received a new capital injection from Nasdaq’s investment arm.

    Nasdaq Ventures provided Dealpath with the new funding to help the proptech company to expand its cloud-based platform that manages the workflow on investment transactions, the companies told The Real Deal.

    Nasdaq declined to divulge the size of the investment.

    The latest cash injection follows investments from real estate players like Blackstone, JLL Spark, 8VC, GreenSoil Investments, Goldcrest Capital, LeFrak, Milstein and Bechtel.

    Gary Offner, the head of Nasdaq Ventures, said Dealpath is the first real estate company out of the 14 firms the venture capital arm has invested in.

    “Our focus is on investments in market infrastructure,” he said. “Commercial real estate is a huge asset class, but it’s a market that’s very different from our core markets.”

    Offner added that Dealpath solves some of the main problems Nasdaq Ventures is looking to solve, like managing workflow and reducing friction between different steps. The company’s software allows investors to move data from different sources like CoStar and combine them with, for example, financial models created in Excel or Argus.

    Dealpath clients include Blackstone, AEW, Rockpoint Group, Oxford Properties, Bridge Investment Group, Manulife, L+M Development and Hutton. The company recently announced a partnership that allows its software to be used by buyers with JLL, which invests in Dealpath through its investment arm, JLL Spark.

    Dealpath was founded in 2014 by Mike Sroka, Kenter Wu and Andy Lee.

    Source: therealdeal.com

    Author: Alexis Manrodt


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