K-Pop은 있어도 K-IoT는 없다

1. AT&T IoT Platform

AT&T was an early champion of IoT and first started talking about connected devices when it became the main cellular provider tied to the Amazon Kindle e-reader device.

AT&T has since grown its IoT business and launched an IoT Platform that provides connectivity between devices, cloud services, existing systems, and third-party services. The company says it has connected more than 30 million IoT devices on its network, spanning more than 200 countries and territories.

The company says its IoT platform can not only manage a high volume of devices, but it also has flexibility and scale so potential users can experiment with different types of devices, networks, applications, application program interfaces (APIs) and cloud environments without redesigning the entire core IoT platform every time it makes a change.

AT&T’s IoT Platform includes two components: AT&T Flow and M2X Data Service. Flow is a web-based development environment for developers to design and deploy applications. M2X Data Service is a managed service for developers that lets users build services and share connected device data. It comes with developer tools, API access, testing tools, and SIMs.

In addition to being able to connect and organize thousands of individual devices, AT&T’s platform offers secure storage, load balancing, and data visualizations.

2. AWS IoT

Launched in 2015, AWS IoT is a managed cloud platform within Amazon Web Services (AWS) that lets connected devices securely interact with cloud applications and other devices. The goal is to make it easier for hardware developers to link their products into AWS’ processing capabilities.

For example, AWS IoT makes it more simple to use AWS services like AWS Lambda, Amazon S3, Amazon Kinesis, Amazon Machine Learnings, and Amazon CloudWatch to build IoT applications that can gather, process, and analyze data in a managed infrastructure.

Services like Kinesis handle data-stream processing and can be interpreted through functions created on Lambda.

AWS IoT also includes a software developer kit (SDK) for devices to connect them to the cloud. Security is then handled either by X509 certificates generated by Amazon or the by the customer.

3. Azure IoT Suite