Invented by Jonathan I. Turow, Calvin Yue-Ren Kuo, James Christopher Sorenson, III, Alan Conrad Rawcliffe, Shyam Krishnamoorthy, Marco Argenti, Amazon Technologies Inc
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The size of a market is determined by the number of buyers and sellers, as well as the amount of money that changes hands each year. The arena can be physical or virtual, and there are a number of factors that contribute to its size, including the products being sold, the location, and the parties involved.
Identifying the right market is essential to implementing an effective marketing strategy for your business. It can help you determine where to spend your money, and whether or not your target audience is interested in buying what you have to offer.
In addition, the size of a market can also be determined by its geographic spread. For example, North America is the most lucrative market for device management, and it is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of nearly 23% through 2028.
Deployment model: There are three primary deployment models for device management: cloud, on-premises, and hybrid. The cloud deployment model is expected to hold the largest share of the market in 2021, due to its cost-effectiveness and flexibility.
Application: There are several applications for device management, including security, real-time streaming analytics, and remote monitoring. The application market is expected to grow at a CAGR of about 26% from 2022 through 2028, and the healthcare segment is anticipated to be the fastest growing segment.
The invention works by Jonathan I. Turow, Calvin Yue-Ren Kuo, James Christopher Sorenson, III, Alan Conrad Rawcliffe, Shyam Krishnamoorthy, Marco Argenti, Amazon Technologies Inc“A computing environment is disclosed. It receives requests from devices for services available in the environment and forwards communications from the environment to devices that are registered with it. Devices are assigned a device identification that allows them to be identified and authenticated. Requests can also be sent from the environment. Each device registered with the computing environment keeps track of its state information. The state information changes as the device interacts and interacts with it. Devices can request functions from the computing environment. The environment determines what processing is required to fulfill the request.
Background for “Device State Management”
“BRIEF DESCRIPTION DES DRAWINGS”
“Example Computing Environment”
“Example Request Processing
“Example Device Management Features”
“Example Processing Architecture”Click here to view the patent on Google Patents.