Orange Business Services is once again positioned as a Leader in the 2023 Gartner® Magic Quadrant™ for Managed IoT Connectivity Services, Worldwide
Date: 30 January 2023
Authors/Analysts: Pablo Arriandiaga, Eric Goodness, Kameron Chao, Jon Dressel
The January 2023 Magic Quadrant for Managed IoT Connectivity Services, Worldwide, Gartner focuses on providers that bundle connectivity and technology services.
The Magic Quadrant notes: "Managed IoT connectivity services help reduce complexity when sourcing IoT connectivity and related value-added services across geographies with multiple IoT providers. I&O leaders building IoT-enabled businesses can use this research to assess global vendors for IoT connectivity-related services."
We believe our position as a Leader reflects our IoT strategy and our ability to differentiate in the IoT market through our operator and integrator capabilities worldwide. Orange now manages over 32 million IoT connected objects worldwide.
Our IoT capabilities and expertise are now key components of our Smart Industries Strategic Value Proposal. To illustrate this:
- Our sector focus on the Connected Cars and Products area. We deliver a global IoT connectivity solution to the manufactured products of leading OEMs, whatever their size, location or industry
- We are combining our expertise in mobile private networks and 5G with our ability to provide pre-packaged solutions for industrial IoT use cases to deliver positive business outcomes to our customers
EVP, Smart Mobility Services
Orange Business Services
"Orange has once again been recognized as a Leader by Gartner in their latest Magic Quadrant for Managed IoT Connectivity Services, Worldwide. It is the sixth consecutive occasion we have received this recognition.
"At Orange, we believe that IoT connectivity is also an enabler for making a positive impact on society. For example, IoT connectivity is more and more embedded in electric vehicles which will play a key role in reducing carbon emissions globally.
"With climate change and the current energy crisis very much in focus, we are proud that Orange and its IoT Continuum partners will support tiko, a subsidiary of the group Engie, to design, produce and deploy a fleet of 800,000 connected devices. These devices will allow households to control electric radiators remotely, via the Orange LTE-M network, to optimize consumers’ home heating consumption. The aim is to help consumers both save energy and reduce CO2 emissions."
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Source: Magic Quadrant for Managed IoT Connectivity Services, Worldwide Published 30 January 2023 - By Analyst(s): Pablo Arriandiaga, Eric Goodness, Kameron Chao, Jon Dressel
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