Dell's IoT Solution Partner Event Revs up IoT Technologies and Services
ROUND ROCK, TX: Dell introduces the Dell IoT solutions partner program for the enhancement of Internet of Things (IoT) technologies and services. The program develops a community of partners to assist clients in managing the fragmented landscape of IoT and choose the appropriate technologies to develop IoT solutions. Clients participating in the program will get the access to industry’s most robust and reliable product portfolio offered by Dell with the opportunity for incremental business growth.
The program comprises network of various levels of experienced Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) with Dell’s wide portfolio of IoT assets that includes intelligent gateways and embedded PCs, security and manageability tools. The organizations will be benefitted by the assets to develop, deploy and maintain cutting-edge IoT solutions.
“Dell believes that opportunities increase when you help others win,” said Andy Rhodes, executive director, Commercial IoT Solutions, Dell.
Dell along with Information technology (IT) and Operations Technology (OT) organizations, work in a collaborative platform to strategies solutions for synching divergent business approaches. Many industries will participate in the IoT partner program that will further strengthen Dell’s expertise in field of industrial building, automation and transportation. It will launch with more than 25 partners including GE, SAP, Software AG, and Microsoft.
The Dell Edge Gateway underpins windows 10 for secure, reliable and more organized support. Since Dell Edge Gateway is Microsoft Azure Certified for IoT, customers can depend on the Edge Gateway for seamless and security enhanced data, so that project can work quickly. In order to help the customer increase the pace of the project, Dell has created a use case blue print while making sense of the large scale ISV landscape.
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