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IoT OS Market Survey

Survey: IoT OS Market – Global Forecast 2022

PikeOS, IoT

SYSGO joined the latest IoT operating system market survey from MarketsandMarkets, a global market research and consulting firm. M&M was working on a market study, titled “IoT Operating System market – Global Forecast 2022”. As one of the key players in the market SYSGO had been selected to contribute to that survey.

In my role of SYSGO’s VP Marketing and Product Strategy I joined a telephonic call to discuss company profile, explain our product/service portfolio, key strategies and competition in the market.

Some of SYSGO’s main features:

  • Leading OS vendor for embedded devices in the Internet of Things
  • PikeOS, certified RTOS with hypervisor functionality
  • SYSGO technology used by leading companies worldwide for projects with a high demand for safety & security
  • SYSGO and PikeOS enable customers to build smart devices for the Internet of Things by reducing cost, time-to-market and complexity

SYSGO is a major Vendor in the IoT Operating System Market

MarketsandMarkets recently released a report on the IoT operating system market, which predicts that the total size of the IoT OS market will be USD 1,721.3 million by 2022. In their research, they discovered that the major players in this space have leveraged partnerships, integrations and collaboration to deliver strong IoT services and products in this growing market.

SYSGO Quotation

“Embedded systems are the future of IoT and RTOS is a universally acknowledged way of designing and implementing embedded software,” said Ankit Verma, Industry Analyst for IoT and Security Markets at MarketsandMarkets. “IoT operating system has slowly become sophisticated, enterprises need to deliver capabilities to satisfy performance needs and firms like SYSGO are doing it effectively.”

Considering the strong RTOS offering from SYSGO, MarketsandMarkets has identified SYSGO as one of the major IoT operating system vendors. SYSGO’s RTOS portfolio includes PikeOS which is based on a microkernel and combines an RTOS with hypervisor technology providing partitions, which can host different applications on the same hardware platform.

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