Telit and DMI Ally to Come Up with End-to-End IoT solutions
BETHESDA, MD: In a recent development, Telit and DMI has entered into a partnership to provide end-to-end Internet of Things solutions. Telit offers best-in-class cellular, GNSS, short-to-long range wireless connection such as ZigBee and Sigfox modules, plus the mobile connectivity services and application enablement platform to onboard edge devices to the IoT.
As an enabler of solutions for Machine-to-Machine (M2M) and the Internet of Things (IoT), Telit aims to meet the needs of a wide range of regular and location-based applications. On the otherhand, DMI, a end-to-end mobility company helps its clients reinvent their business through mobility.
The collaboration is helping customers by offering them the Cloud-based Telit IoT Portal, a unified platform of services that makes it easy to connect ‘things’ to ‘apps’. Telit IoT Portal provides them with complete access to a range of enterprise-grade features, tools and resources. As part of the agreement, both the companies are also working together on bringing business intelligence to organizations across all industries and market segments.
Fred Yentz, CEO of Telit IoT Platforms comments, “Telit works closely with an ever-expanding network of recognized experts and innovators from the M2M/IoT community and we are excited about our global collaboration with DMI to provide customized apps that help organizations gain actionable intelligence from the thousands of IoT devices connecting to their corporate networks.”
The alliance will help industrial customers and cleaning contractors review the details of when and where facilities are cleaned, determine where machines are physically located, track order replacements apart from performing preventative maintenance. The association would also help in guiding the customers from prototyping to full-scale commercial deployments by offering an unmatched combination of IoT products and services, technical expertise, support and resources.
Sunny Bajaj, Founder and CEO, DMI says that the collaboration would reduce cost, time-to-market, complexity and risk as well as make it easy for customers to realize the benefits of IoT.