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Top 100 Internet of Things Startups List

Ever wonder which technology startups are focusing heavily on the Internet of Things? Actually, ChannelE2E found the answer. The following data, from Mattermark, gives you a feel for the top 100 Internet of Things startups, their pace of growth, business stage, total funding to date, last funding round and headquarters.

A few disclaimers: Just be careful as you research the Internet of Things (IoT) market. Some companies, naturally, are slapping the IoT label on their products and services simply to ride the hype wave — even if their offerings weren’t originally designed for the IoT market.

Moreover, check closely to see which companies actually have partner programs for VARs, managed services providers (MSPs) and cloud services providers (CSPs). In some cases, the businesses are too early stage to have a formal channel chief in place.

Still, a Top 100 Internet of Things Startup List can be a handy cheat sheet — helping you to see the forest from the trees, along with many of the trees in that forest. So here’s the list.

Top 100 Internet of Things Startups: The List

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More Lists and Databases

For additional lists and databases tracking the IT market, check out our ChannelE2E Database Center. We’ll be launching more lists, databases and research in the near future. Also, you can find deeper analysis of the Top 100 IoT Startups List over on Forbes.

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    George Garten:

    Interesting list Joe. You can also add LoginRadius to the list. It is a Canadian company which offers the best customer identity and access management platform. It helps businesses in managing their customers’ database in the most secure way. The platform offered by LoginRadius is SaaS based and it is hundred percent secure.

      Joe Panettieri:

      Hey George: Thanks for your note and readership. I’ll be sure to check out LoginRadius. But 100 percent secure? You’re tempting fate with that claim…
      -jp

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