Mass industrial IoT system deployments with Hewlett Packard Enterprise enabled by ARM

ARM is accelerating industrial Internet of Things (IoT) deployments with Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) by enabling greater device interoperability. The companies are focused on enabling new applications for industrial automation, smart cities, environmental monitoring and smart lighting.

Scaling IoT Networks

Building a networked system of connected devices is currently very difficult as individual devices are often based on proprietary standards or they meet a range of industry standards that are not interoperable. This can make it impossible for devices to share information and it limits the capability of an IoT network.

The collaboration addresses this issue by enabling devices to be centrally identifiable, accessible and manageable. This will be achieved by HPE using ARM® mbed IoT Device Platform connectivity solutions that integrate all device hardware and software, manage operational deployment and facilitate analysis of device intelligence. The highly scalable solution is built on open standards and utilises chip-to-cloud device security offered by mbed technology. It will allow enterprises to benefit from accelerated time to market and lower cost of ownership.

“Our IoT technology partnership with ARM can revolutionise connectivity moving forward,” said Dave Sliter, vice president and general manager, Communications & Media Solutions, HPE. “The collaboration has the potential to bring new IoT solutions to market quickly and accelerate adoption in the enterprise of smart connected technologies.”

The solution can be easily adjusted based on individual device to service needs. Built on open-standards and supported through open source software, the platform provides a future proof solution that will allow enterprise developers to focus on their core expertise (device or application development) rather than platform enablement and integration.

“The ARM and Hewlett Packard Enterprise solution will simplify the deployment of industrial IoT networks,” said Dipesh Patel, executive vice president, Incubation Businesses, ARM. “It will provide a secure standard-based way of networking any number of connected devices. This offers the kind of scalable deployments companies need to deal efficiently with future growth.”

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