Avnet extends its IoT solutions to further expand into Vietnamese market

Avnet has launched its end-to-end IoT solutions in the Vietnam market to help enterprises overcome their data management complexities


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B2B technology distributor, Avnet, is deepening its regional footprint in Vietnam by offering its latest end-to-end IoT solutions to enterprises to meet the demand for real-time business intelligence and a robust IoT infrastructure.

Avnet claims to align customers with capabilities and services to address the entire range of IoT complexities, such as sensor design and development, infrastructure and gateway solutions, connectivity options, cloud IoT platforms, and global inventory management.

“We’re extremely pleased with the responses at the event which allowed us to forge valuable face-to-face business connections in Vietnam. There is tremendous potential in Vietnam as a key emerging market and we are looking forward to strengthen our foothold here and to continue expanding our presence in Asia,” said Terence Tan, Regional President, South Asia, Avnet.

According to the company, its showcase in Vietnam allowed delegates to gain insights into a range of end-to-enterprise IoT solutions offered to help overcome the complexities of data management. With the accompanying theme From Edge to Cloud at the event, several key partners including Xilinx, TE Connectivity, Kemet Electronics, Silicon Labs and On Semiconductor convened to share the various solutions available to improve enterprise productivity and connectivity.

“It’s without question that the digital landscape in Asia is growing and there is a greater need for value-added solutions in the emerging markets to manage risks and efficiency. At Avnet, we are always looking at ways to help businesses unlock new revenue and fulfil our customers’ growing need for connectivity and scalability to gain a competitive edge.”

According to a media report the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) held the IoT Open Community for Vietnam (IOCV) conference earlier this month to discuss the 4th industrial revolution and the status of Vietnam’s business community. The key takeaway was that IoT will eventually support industry sectors such as high-tech agriculture, HR Management and Smart city programs.

Local industry bodies report that smart homes, smart buildings and traffic systems will be the biggest benefits of IoT in the country and IoT solutions in Vietnam will facilitate socioeconomic development and increase the country’s competitive advantage in the global market.

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