AVSystem launches new IoT Platform for M2M device management, orchestration and monitoring

AVSystem, a market leader in advanced CPE & device management for Telcos and ICT SPs, has announced the launch of a new, comprehensive IoT platform – Coiote – for M2M device management, orchestration and monitoring.Coiote is a solution that aims to fully realize the potential of already properly-functioning IoT models. With a wide range of adaptive tools for device management, monitoring, coordination and troubleshooting, Coiote presents a fully comprehensive approach to the issue of any IoT-related services.

Each of these functions are key to providing services which can be immediately delivered and easily maintained – characteristics that are increasingly important across all industries, not just technology and telecoms.

Key features of AVSystem’s Coiote include the native support of multiple M2M protocols such as the OMA LWM2M, MQTT, XMPP, TR-069 and OMA-DM. Together with an extended support of virtualisation, the support of these protocols enables integration with all of the industry’s standards, as well as simplified deployment and management of new M2M services. Easy coordination of collective device behaviour is also made possible thanks to dynamic grouping of devices with flexible migration rules.

Wojciech Czech, CTO at AVSystem said: “Coiote provides advanced monitoring capabilities which are necessary for very specific M2M use cases such as Smart Home, Smart Metering, Automotive, Healthcare, Digital Home, manufacturing, as well as more general functions like ATMs, and Smart Street Lights. Furthermore, an extensive business intelligence module provides the possibility of pro-active alerting and Big Data analysis, permitting instant detection of any problems in the IoT environment.”

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