Accelerite launches Aepona IoT – cloud neutral IoT development platform at Mobile World Congress
Accelerite, a provider of infrastructure software for enterprises and telecom carriers, is launching the next generation of Aepona IoT with its new capability that allows application developers to build IoT applications and deploy them in any IoT cloud platform, such as Amazon Web Services (AWS) IoT, IBM Bluemix or Microsoft Azure.
Accelerite is showcasing the cloud-neutral capabilities with an industrial equipment remote monitoring and field support dispatch use case at Mobile World Congress, Barcelona, Spain, February 22-25, 2016 at Hall 8 Stand 8.0D53.
The Aepona IoT platform enables mobile operators, enterprises, system integrators and other solution providers to rapidly develop IoT applications using agile techniques and a common platform for key industry verticals, such as logistics, heavy industry and construction and utilities. The configurable real-time events engine of the Aepona IoT platform streamlines the time and process of bringing new IoT services to market. Here are some of the capabilities:
- Visual Services Designer with drag-and-drop modules allows anyone, regardless of programming ability, to rapidly implement the business logic required for a particular use case.
- Analytics and Visualisation Builder to define Big Data extraction, analysis and presentation without the need for Hadoop expertise.
- API management and monetisation layer supports complex business models.
Nara Rajagopalan, CEO of Accelerite, said, “The cloud-neutral Aepona Platform makes it possible for customers to adapt to constantly changing business and IoT requirements without getting locked in to any particular cloud service provider. The comprehensive toolset available with Aeopna IoT enables customers to develop applications in a fraction of the time, and deploy them anywhere, at any time on their IoT cloud of choice. And, with Accelerite’s integrated service capabilities, we can be a one-stop solution for our enterprise customers.”
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