IoT Global Network launches to promote business development for the Internet of Things
A new online resource dedicated to the Internet of Things (IoT) has been launched to provide transparency and promote business development for the IoT market. The IoT Global Network is described as “The definitive global M2M company, product and services showcase”, listing more than 600 specialist companies worldwide, and over 500 M2M communication enabler products.
IoT Global Network is the intelligence platform for the global machine-to-machine communication value chain, and a source of information for decision-makers who deal with the Internet of Things in all areas of industry and public services, including consumer-related IoT, energy, financial, industrial, healthcare, security and transportation.
The platform gives visitors a searchable resource, listing Internet of Things (IoT) Products, Companies, and Services worldwide. Here you can connect with industry experts and network across the IoT community to build your own successful IoT business, enabling everyone to “Get it together in IoT”.
IoT Global Network enables companies and organisations looking to employ IoT technological solutions to find relevant companies and service providers. Its easy search functionality gathers all the information they might need in one unified location.
The platform is growing daily with an interactive, searchable database of the latest M2M (machine-to-machine) and IoT products around the world. Visitors can search it by keywords, products, companies or services. The site lists IoT categories ranging from Automation to Tracking & Maintenance.
In addition, IoT Global Network is updated daily with Blogs, Expert Opinions, Regulatory and Standards News, Press Releases, and White Papers. Vendors and providers can also upload details of their new products and services on the network to showcase their offerings to potential customers.
The IoT Global Network is edited by George Malim, one of the UK’s pre-eminent communications writers and commentators. “We saw a need for a global network to bring together insight into how IoT concepts, regulation and standardisation are progressing as the market matures,” says Malim. “IoT Global Network provides that platform and it features thought-provoking discussion and insights from senior IoT industry insiders, analysts, researchers, and regulatory and standards bodies. We look forward to bringing readers great, original content plus the latest product information and our global directory of the companies that are creating the Internet of Things,” he adds.
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