ISG report recognises Atos IOT capabilites
Atos today announces that it has been recognised as the overall global leader in Artificial Intelligence on the Edge in ISG’s Provider Lens ‘Internet of Things – Solutions & Services’ Quadrant Report 2021, ranking highest from all global companies evaluated both in terms of Portfolio Attractiveness and Competitive Strength. Atos is also named a global Leader across the other two segments analysed: IoT Endpoint Security, and IT/OT Tech Data Convergence.
The report recognises Atos’ strengths as:
- its full end-to-end AI solution, which covers AI solutions, infrastructure and managed services, as well as its range of proprietary edge hardware (BullSequana Edge and BullSequana Edge nano), which help deliver a minimum carbon footprint.
- Atos Computer Vision Platform, a highly scalable end-to-end AI video and image analytics platform
- Atos’ recent acquisition of Ipsotek, provider of AI-enhanced video analytics software, which expands Atos’ edge AI capabilities in the public sector, retail, manufacturing and transportation industries as well as in critical infrastructure projects and is now a key component of the Atos Computer Vision Platform
This recognition confirms Atos’ leading position in AI on the Edge. It follows on from its recent launch of Atos Computer Vision Platform, the most comprehensive video and image analytics solution on the market today
Ron Exler, director and principal analyst at ISG commented: ‘AI on Edge is an entirely new area of AI applications and we’re seeing leading service providers develop distinct strategies that underline their capabilities in this market. With Atos we see the full scope of edge AI solutions. These range from edge server hardware, a full end-to-end edge AI solution covering infrastructure and managed services, to analytics and dedicated applications.’
‘We are immensely proud to be recognised as the overall global leader in Edge AI. This is a real endorsement to our unique Edge AI innovative and end to end market offering based on the strengths of our products and services teams.’ said Emmanuel Le Roux, senior vice president, global head of Big Data, Atos.
In its Provider Lens ‘Internet of Things – Solutions and Services’ Quadrant Report 2021, ISG evaluated a total of 25 global providers in the following three segments: Artificial Intelligence on the Edge, IoT Endpoint Security, and IT/OT Tech Data Convergence.