IoT Ace ranks market visibility of top public and private IoT companies

IoT Nation, a provider of Internet of Things (IoT) ecosystem analytics, has released its 2020 IoT Ace Market Visibility Performance (MVP) rankings. These rankings are said to be based on the company’s “data-driven analysis of market activity” for more than 25,000 IoT-related companies worldwide.

The IoT Ace MVP Ranking is generated by calculating an MVP Score for each company, showing its activity in the ecosystem. The analysis is based on millions of data points representing partnerships, organisation memberships, conference participation and social media activity.

The top Private IoT Ace MVP ranked companiesinclude, Aeris Communications, ARM, Ayla Networks, Canonical, Environmental Systems Research Institute (ESRI), Foghorn Systems, MultiTech, Sigfox, Solace and Wind River Systems.

The top Public IoT Ace MVP Ranked Companiesinclude, Alphabet, Amazon, AT&T, Cisco, Dell Technologies, IBM, Intel, Microsoft, Samsung and Siemens.

Mitchell Golner

“Using a data-driven approach to track the ecosystem gives a clear picture of the landscape so that key companies, rising stars and trends in various verticals and technologies become visible,” says Mitchell Golner, founder & CEO of IoT Nation. ”The IoT space is dynamic, causing the rankings to change frequently. The rankings and underlying data show both the shifting focus of established players and the emergence of new entrants.”

IoT Nation’s mission is to help Internet of Things companies scale using data-driven ecosystem intelligence. IoT Nation’s IoT Ace online market intelligence platform equips Sales, Marketing, Business Development, and Investment professionals with ecosystem and company data, analysis, and insights.

To download the 2020 IoT Ace™ MVP Ranking Top 50 click here.

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