Global IoT Managed Services Market Report 2022: Crucial for

Dublin, March 11, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The “Global IoT Managed Services Market by Type (Network, Application, Security, Access, Data), Use Case, Segment (Consumer, Enterprise, Industry, Government), Sector vertical, and Region 2021-2027″ has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer.

IoT network managed services as a whole are expected to surpass $12 billion globally by 2027

This report assesses the IoT managed services market, including network managed services, data managed services, security managed services, and access managed services.

The publisher of this report conducted a study to identify and measure the scope of IoT Managed Service in each major market segment, service type, and by global region. The study covers carrier-based service developments as well as service desk-based IoT managed services.

IoT managed services are increasingly popular with businesses around the world. For example, automation systems in industrial sectors, and in particular manufacturing companies, are constantly seeking greater operational efficiency. This includes reduced production downtime, reduced production costs and increased productivity, among other benefits. Managed IoT services are poised to provide large enterprises as well as SMB entities in this regard.

A managed IoT service provider enables enterprises to implement end-to-end, commercial-ready solutions at scale, while also providing the flexibility to scale up or down as needed. Managed IoT services also offer organizations the ability to achieve higher levels of digital transformation and a more streamlined reach across external and internal supply chains.

Selected report results

  • Managed security, privacy, and enterprise data management are three of the most important IoT managed services for businesses
  • Managed IoT services for the industrial segment will lead the market, followed by the enterprise, government and consumer sectors
  • There is an emerging IoT infrastructure ecosystem in which the managed service registry and associated database services are a fundamental part

Main topics covered:

1. Summary

2 Presentation

3 IoT Managed Services Market Considerations
3.1 Building blocks of IoT applications and services
3.1.1 Semiconductors
3.1.2 Wireless sensors
3.1.3 IoT devices
3.1.4 Network technology and protocols
3.2 IoT software, operating systems, devices, data and platforms
3.2.1 Real-time operating systems
3.2.2 IoT Analysis
3.2.3 IoT privacy and security
3.2.4 IoT Device Management
3.2.5 IoT standards and API interoperability
3.3 IoT industry applications
3.4 IoT Value Chain Analysis
3.4.1 IoT Hardware Device Suppliers
3.4.2 IoT Component Suppliers
3.4.3 IoT platform vendors
3.4.4 IoT software and service providers
3.5 Role of mobile network operators

4 IoT Managed Services Market Dynamics
4.1 Market Drivers
4.1.1 Growing Growth of Cloud Technologies
4.1.2 Increase the implementation of smart city across the world
4.1.3 Growing number of connected devices
4.2 Market challenges
4.2.1 Absence of industry standards
4.2.2 Lack of awareness

5 Considerations in the IoT Managed Services Market
5.1 IoT Connectivity
5.2 IoT device management and security
5.2.1 Device management
5.2.2 Security

6 IoT Managed Services Market Segmentation
6.1 IoT Managed Services Market by Service Type
6.1.1 Network management services
6.1.2 Data Management Service
6.1.3 Security Management Service
6.1.4 Access management service
6.2 IoT Managed Services Market by Industry Vertical
6.2.1 Consumer
6.2.2 Company
6.2.3 Industrial
6.2.4 Government
6.3 Role of IoT Managed Service in Business Evolution
6.4 IoT Managed Service and Device Management
6.4.1 Service management
6.4.2 Device management

7 Managed IoT data infrastructure
7.1 IoT data infrastructure
7.1.1 IoT Identity Management Database
7.1.2 IoT permissions database
7.1.3 IoT Discovery Database
7.2 IoT Orchestration and Mediation Database Support
7.3 IoT AAA Services Database Support
7.3.1 IoT authentication
7.3.2 IoT Authorization
7.3.3 IoT Accounting

8 IoT Identity Management Managed Services
8.1.1 Identify network elements
8.1.2 Identify consumer, enterprise and industrial devices
8.1.3 Identifying the actors: consumer, producer, service provider
8.1.4 Identify data, data users and data uses
8.1.5 IoT and AAA Identity Management as a Service
8.2 IoT database support for IoT data management and analysis
8.2.1 IoT data management requirements
8.2.2 IoT Data Market
8.2.3 IoT Data as a Service
8.2.4 IoT Analytics as a Service
8.2.5 IoT-as-a-Service Decisions
8.3 IoT DB Registry and Transaction Services
8.3.1 Identity Registry and IDoT as a Service
8.3.2 IoT authentication database services
8.3.3 IoT Authorization Database Services
8.3.4 IoT Accounting Database Services
8.3.5 IoT Data and Analytics Database Services
8.3.6 IoT Device Registry and Database Services
8.3.7 Relationship between IoT Device Registry and IoT Identity Registry
8.3.8 IoT database services supporting IoT platforms
8.3.9 Activity monitoring and reporting performance against SLA
8.3.10 IoT infrastructure ecosystem as a whole

9 IoT Managed Services Market Outlook and Forecast
9.1 Global IoT Managed Services Market Forecast 2022-2027
9.2 IoT Managed Services Regional Market Forecast 2022-2027
9.3 Major Countries IoT Managed Services Forecast 2022-2027
9.3.1 United States IoT Managed Services Forecast 2022-2027
9.3.2 Germany IoT Managed Service Forecast 2022-2027
9.3.3 China IoT Managed Services Forecast 2022-2027
9.3.4 Japan IoT Managed Services Forecast 2022-2027

10 IoT Managed Services Case Studies
10.1.1 Case Study 1: Paving the way for international IoT along the Silk Road
10.1.2 Case Study 2: IoT Managed Services for Government
10.1.3 Case study 3: Profitable asset tracking
10.1.4 Case Study 4: SolarNow Implemented Scalable Predictive and Continuous Security Management Services
10.1.5 Case Study 5: M1 Limited Provides Waste Management System to National Environment Agency
10.1.6 Case Study 6: Environmental Monitoring Solutions Case Study
10.1.7 Case Study 7: Cisco Connected Roadways Solutions
10.1.8 Case study 8: Smart and connected cryogenic freezers, using a cloud-based IoT platform
10.1.9 Case Study 9: NOC Managed Services
10.1.10 Case study 10: IoT platform helps connect data and drive innovation
10.1.11 Case study 11: Impacts of IoT on the logistics industry

11 Select Companies Involved in IoT Managed Services
11.1 Microsoft
11.1.1 Company Overview
11.1.2 IoT Managed Services Portfolio
11.1.3 Recent Development
11.2 Cisco
11.3 ACCENTURE
11.4IBM
11.5 DXC Technology
11.6 Ericsson
11.7 Rack space
11.8 HCL
11.9 Infosys
11.10 AT&T
11.11 Code
11.12 ExterNetworks Inc.
11.13 HARMAN International
11.14 Capgemini
11.15 Mind Tree
11.16 Aware

12 Summary and Recommendations
12.1 Benefits of IoT Managed Services
12.2 Going to Market Strategies of IoT Managed Services

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