Anritsu partners with Jasper Wireless to deliver platform for global IoT
Anritsu A/S, a global provider of Operations Support Systems (OSS) for advanced and converged networks, announced today that its MasterClawTM Service Assurance system has been selected by Jasper Wireless.
Anritsu has years of experience within the test and measurement market and the Jasper Wireless contract is Anritsu International’s first foray into the M2M market. Jasper will leverage Anritsu’s expertise through use of its services and solutions designed to support Jasper’s cloud-based platform for global IoT.
“Our collaboration with Jasper Wireless is an exciting opportunity and opens a tremendous potential in developing our future roadmap catering to the M2M market requirements” says Neil Tomlinson Marketing, Product Management and R&D Director, Anritsu Service Assurance.
“Jasper Wireless is a significant new partner in this developing market and we look forward to working with Jasper and our customers to provide a global M2M ecosystem.” says Gerald Ostheimer, CEO Anritsu Service Assurance.
The Jasper Wireless platform enables enterprise customers and operator partners to deploy and globally scale their M2M services rapidly, giving centralised visibility and control. Jasper Wireless works with 15 mobile operator groups, representing more than 100 mobile network operators across six continents including: AT&T, NTT DOCOMO and Telefónica, and over 2,500 enterprises including Honeywell, Nissan and Garmin.
“The mobile IoT market is complex and varied, involving mobile operators, connected device manufacturers and enterprise end-customers across multiple vertical industries. Creating a cloud-based platform that combines carrier-grade reliability with the flexibility and nimbleness of the cloud model requires rigorous service assurance and monitoring,” said Daniel Collins, Chief Technology Officer, Jasper Wireless. “We are pleased to be working with Anritsu to support us in delivering the best in class platform powering the mobile internet of things.”