RESEARCH BRIEF: Dell Technologies Doubles Down On Enabling IoT Intelligence

By Christopher Wilder, Patrick Moorhead - October 10, 2017
The Internet of Things (IoT) is changing how industries do business and promises a significant return on investment (ROI) in operational efficiency, improved customer experience, risk mitigation, and enabling entirely new business models. Further, with increasing global economic and regulatory pressures there is growing demand for IoT solutions to address these challenges. Many IoT projects start with the need to gain better visibility into a process, but Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) within IoT create new opportunities to further enhance insights and in certain cases automate decision-making. Although the notion of computing based on data collected from things was not born yesterday, the meteoric rise of IoT has recently made it practical because of smaller, faster, cost-effective computing, increased connectivity, and increased storage density. Devices can now store, manage, and analyze vast amounts of information across billions of distributed devices in real-time. Incorporating AI and ML into the IoT equation is a game-changer.
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Table of Contents

  • Overview
  • The Shift To Decentralization
  • A Layered Approach For Successful IoT Enablement
  • One Size Does Not Fit All
  • Something For Everyone
  • Use Cases: Driving IoT Value And Innovation
  • Conclusion

Companies Cited

  • Dell EMC
  • Dell Technologies
  • EdgeX Foundry
  • IMS Evolve
  • Linux Foundation
  • Pivotal
  • RSA
  • SecureWorks
  • Virtustream
  • VMware
     
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Patrick founded the firm based on his real-world world technology experiences with the understanding of what he wasn’t getting from analysts and consultants. Ten years later, Patrick is ranked #1 among technology industry analysts in terms of “power” (ARInsights)  in “press citations” (Apollo Research). Moorhead is a contributor at Forbes and frequently appears on CNBC. He is a broad-based analyst covering a wide variety of topics including the cloud, enterprise SaaS, collaboration, client computing, and semiconductors. He has 30 years of experience including 15 years of executive experience at high tech companies (NCR, AT&T, Compaq, now HP, and AMD) leading strategy, product management, product marketing, and corporate marketing, including three industry board appointments.