IT, technology and enterprise products and solutions provider, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), has announced the general availability of the HPE Universal Internet of Things (IoT) Platform
. The platform is designed to allow customers to manage their IoT solutions and monetize the data generated by connected devices while making it available to enterprise-specific applications.
“The value of the IoT lies in enriching data collected from devices with analytics and exposing it to applications that enable organizations to derive business value,” said Som Satsangi, Vice-President, Sales, Enterprise Group, Hewlett Packard Enterprise India.
The HPE Universal IoT Platform dramatically simplifies integrating diverse devices with different communications protocols, enabling customers to realize tremendous benefits from their IoT data, and is designed to scale to billions of transactions tried and tested in rigorous large scale Global Telco and Enterprise environments in a variety of smart ecosystems.
According to HPE, the IoT platform is aligned with machine-to-machine (M2M) industry standards and is designed to be industry and vendor-agnostic. This enables IoT operators to simultaneously manage heterogeneous sets of sensors, operate vertical applications on M2M devices, as well as process, analyze and monetize collected data in a single secure cloud platform.
Also, the company claims that the HPE Universal IoT Platform provides increased support for long range, low power connectivity, ensuring that LoRa
deployments can be supported alongside other connectivity protocols, including cellular, radio, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.
, a subsidiary of Bouygues Telecom
, a French provider of mobile, fixed, TV, internet and cloud services, claims to be using the HPE Universal IoT Platform and the LoRa network to deliver IoT services that address a number IoT use cases, ranging from vehicle fleet management, remote meter reading, predictive maintenance and geolocation.
Our partnership with HPE in building and rolling out new, leading edge networks like LoRa to enable the Internet of Things has been extremely valuable,” said Stéphane Allaire, CEO, Objenious. “HPE resources in IoT were key to build solutions that enable Objenious to lead in the IoT market.
The HPE Universal IoT Platform is available worldwide and can be deployed on premises or in a private cloud environment.