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San Jose, CA and Hong Kong – Three Group has today announced a partnership with Cisco Jasper which extends Three Group’s capabilities in the global Internet of Things (IoT) marketplace. From mid-2017, Three Group’s enterprise customers wanting to launch IoT services will be able to do so using Cisco Jasper’s powerful connectivity management platform, Control Center. Customers will be able to access Control Center locally through Three Group’s national networks, while global customers will have the option of accessing Control Center through Hue, Three Group’s mobile enabling services division.
BARCELONA, Spain (Mobile World Congress) – Businesses throughout Korea can now take advantage of the Internet of Things (IoT) to deliver new connected services to their customers, thanks to KT and Cisco Jasper®. The combination of KT’s high-performance network and the Cisco® Jasper Control Center IoT connectivity management platform enables both local and international customers to provide seamless global IoT services without boundaries. KT customers in Korea can manage their IoT services on a global scale from a single IoT platform thanks to Cisco Jasper’s partnerships with more than 50 service providers, which manage IoT devices across more than 550 mobile operator networks worldwide.
Wearable Mobile Personal Emergency Response System (mPERS) Utilizes IoT to Provide Connected Health Solution for the Elderly
MyHonda Connected Car Platform Leverages IoT from Cisco Jasper and Bright Box to Deliver Customized Driving Services
BARCELONA, Spain (Mobile World Congress) – Honda is leveraging IoT solutions from Cisco Jasper® and Bright Box to deliver the MyHonda Connected Car platform, which provides a suite of powerful services that enhances the driving experience. MyHonda utilizes telematics solutions from Bright Box, powered by the Cisco® Jasper Control Center automated IoT connectivity management platform, to deliver a variety of connected services that increase driver safety, simplify vehicle ownership, and enable new experiences for drivers. Honda will launch these Connected Car services across all European countries.
BARCELONA, Spain (Mobile World Congress) – In response to demand from an increasing number of companies looking for low cost, low power Internet of Things (IoT) devices to help optimize their businesses and deliver new services, Cisco today announced that Cisco Jasper® has completed live trials of NB-IoT on its Control Center connectivity management platform, making it one of the first IoT platforms to support NB-IoT.
Connected cars are also an IoT industry leader in the consumer space, said Theresa Bui, head of enterprise product marketing and IoT cloud strategy at Cisco. Cisco Jasper, which operates the company's IoT connectivity management platform, has 8,500 enterprise customers worldwide -- including General Motors -- using the platform to manage connectivity of 43 million IoT devices.
AT&T has released a new product, designed to help businesses better secure and manage connected devices on their networks. The cloud-based AT&T Control Center, powered by Cisco Jasper, will help businesses launch, manage and monetize IoT services, according to the release. It will now have greater security by adding AT&T NetBond connectivity.