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OT amplía su oferta de IoT y M2M para soportar aplicaciones con Cumulocity

Oberthur Technologies (OT), líder mundial en soluciones de seguridad digital para la movilidad, acaba de anunciar su alianza con Cumulocity, el principal proveedor de plataformas de «Internet de las cosas» (IoT), para ofrecer una plataforma de soporte de aplicaciones y gestión de objetos para los mercados de comunicación de máquina con máquina (M2M) e Internet de las cosas (IoT). Esta nueva solución de OT tiene la flexibilidad para dar respuesta a diversos casos de uso de M2M, desde la gestión de flotas y el seguimiento de activos hasta el control y mantenimiento remotos en sectores industriales, entre muchos otros.

El mercado de IoT se encuentra en plena expansión en muchos sectores, con la conexión de máquinas industriales, vehículos, medidores inteligentes y también dispositivos portátiles. Más allá de la conectividad, los participantes del mercado como operadoras de telefonía móvil, fabricantes de equipos originales y empresas necesitan controlar de forma remota y automatizar la gestión de estos objetos. OT puede ahora proponer una solución simple y segura para ayudarles a recopilar datos de cualquier objeto conectado a cualquier red, a gestionar dichos objetos en tiempo real, incluyendo configuraciones remotas, actualizaciones de software y alertas en tiempo real, y a desarrollar fácilmente aplicaciones de negocios.

Gracias a la plataforma de OT, los fabricantes de equipos originales, las empresas de M2M/IoT y las principales operadoras de telefonía móvil podrán acelerar el lanzamiento de nuevas ofertas de servicios, con una simple integración en su infraestructura de TI existente. Esta solución preparada para el futuro ofrece máxima escalabilidad y soporte nativo para Big Data, incluida la recopilación de grandes volúmenes de datos, su análisis y almacenamiento.

La alianza amplía la cartera de M2M existente de OT, que ya incluye elementos de seguridad y soluciones para gestionar la conectividad, monitorizar la calidad de las redes y la continuidad del servicio y para garantizar la comunicación integral entre los dispositivos y los proveedores de servicios.

«Las previsiones indican que para el año 2020 habrá decenas de miles de millones de objetos conectados. La oferta de M2M de OT, completa, sólida y flexible, está diseñada para ayudar a nuestros clientes a afrontar los desafíos y aprovechar las ventajas del crecimiento de Internet de las cosas, abordando al mismo tiempo los importantísimos aspectos de seguridad relacionados con IoT. Al trabajar conjuntamente con Cumulocity ampliamos nuestra oferta más allá de la conectividad y la seguridad y avanzamos sobre la cadena de valor de M2M», afirmó Marek Juda, director general de la Unidad de negocio soluciones de OT.

«La industria está pasando de la utilización de la tecnología M2M meramente para aumentar las ganancias de productividad a un aprovechamiento pleno del poder innovador de la tecnología de Internet. El «Internet de las cosas» se apoyará en las plataformas abiertas en la nube para integrar las máquinas y los sensores de datos en tiempo real con los sistemas de TI existentes, combinaciones de servicios de Internet y nuevas aplicaciones. Cumulocity denomina a esta transición de la industria “Conectar para innovar”. En estrecha colaboración con OT, nuestros clientes podrán capitalizar en el IoT basándose en ofertas de “software como servicio” seguras, altamente ampliables y orientadas a la movilidad», comentó Bernd Groß, director ejecutivo de Cumulocity.

ACERCA DE OBERTHUR TECHNOLOGIES

OT es líder mundial en soluciones de seguridad digital para la movilidad. OT ha estado siempre en el corazón de la movilidad, desde las primeras tarjetas inteligentes a las últimas tecnologías de pago sin contacto integradas en millones de smartphones. Con presencia en los mercados de Pagos, Telecomunicaciones e Identidad, OT ofrece soluciones integrales en materia de Transacciones inteligentes, Servicios financieros móviles, Comunicación de máquina con máquina, Identidad digital y Transporte y Control de acceso. OT cuenta con más de 6000 empleados en todo el mundo, incluidas 600 personas dedicadas a I+D. Con más de 50 oficinas de ventas en los 5 continentes y 10 instalaciones, la red internacional de OT presta servicios a sus clientes en 140 países. Para obtener más información, visite: www.oberthur.com

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ACERCA DE CUMULOCITY

Cumulocity es el proveedor líder de soluciones y software de Internet de las cosas (IoT). Nuestros orígenes como parte de Nokia Siemens Networks, el especialista mundial en banda ancha móvil, nos aporta la experiencia de gestionar redes de millones de dispositivos de una manera confiable, rápidamente escalable y flexible. Las ofertas de «software como servicio» de Cumulocity fundamentalmente reducen la complejidad y acercan la tecnología de Internet de las cosas a todo el mundo. Cumulocity ha establecido nuevos estándares de la industria y ha recibido premios a la innovación. Nuestras ofertas abiertas, centradas en las aplicaciones y que se pueden probar gratuitamente incluyen nuestro entorno completo para desarrolladores, kits de iniciación en nube, gestión de dispositivos específicos de IoT, análisis de «Big Data» en tiempo real, así como aplicaciones en sectores clave, como el mercado minorista, Internet para la industria y seguimiento en tiempo real. Para obtener más información, visite: www.cumulocity.com.

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