Alliance has more than 500 global member companies providing scalable, interoperable solutions that accelerate the deployment of intelligent devices and end-to-end analytics
Internet of Things (IoT) device management and application enablement platform provider, Cumulocity, has teamed with the Intel IoT Solutions Alliance to increase the number of devices that can integrate with its out-of-the-box platform.
With many disparate technologies, verticals and organisational maturity levels, Cumulocity reckons that the IoT requires the collaboration of an ecosystem of partners to best serve an end customer’s needs in a way that focuses on benefits and minimises risk.
Cumulocity has been cooperating on technology with Intel since its formation in 2010, with the two companies now connecting their strong ecosystems to the benefit of all customers and partners.
The Intel IoT Solutions Alliance, with more than 500 global member companies provide scalable, interoperable solutions that accelerate the deployment of intelligent devices and end-to-end analytics. The provider claims its collaboration with Intel enables alliance members to innovate with the latest IoT technologies, helping developers deliver first-in-market solutions.
“Our membership of the Intel IoT Solutions Alliance crystallises one of the many threads of our collaboration and allows our partners and customers to benefit from one of the world’s most recognised and trusted technology ecosystems,” said Bernd Gross, CEO, Cumulocity.
“Opportunities have already been created with organisations in various stages of their IoT journey and we look forward to many more.”
The Cumulocity IoT platform is open, publicly documented and standards based, which allows customers to innovate full end-to-end solutions rapidly and completely removes the need for organisations to adopt risky “doubling-down” strategies.
This collaboration allows the focus of Cumulocity’s 2,500 plus developer community to move from one based around the use of pre-integrated Intel Atom and Quark based devices, to one tackling a broader range of business challenges, the provider added.
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