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IoT Contract Hot List – April/May 2017

IoT Contract Hot List – April/May 2017

Posted by IoT Now MagazineJune 23, 2017

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Vendor/Partners Client, Country Product / Service (Duration & Value) Awarded
Altair Semiconductor Queclink, USA Low power Cat-1 chipset selected for on-board vehicle immobiliser 4.17
AT&T Zwyie, USA AT&T selected to provide connectivity for Zwyie’s cardiac health remote monitoring system 2.17
Cisco Jasper Three Group, global Partnership agreed under which Three Group enterprise customers  will be able to use Cisco Jasper’s Control Centre, connectivity management platform to launch IoT services 3.17
Cloudera Shoppermotion, Spain Cloudera ML and advanced analytics platform used to create real-time IoT mapping while analytics shows consumers’ in-store journeys 4.17
Cyan Connode Innologic Consulting, India US$150,000 deal to supply head-end server software licences and annual maintenance contract for smart metering software project 4.17
Deautsche Telekom Kaeser, Germany Project to connect 4,000 technical service carrying cases to the cloud with the support of T-Systems 4.17
Gemalto Softbank, Japan Gemalto selected as partner for on-demand connectivity for consumer and industrial  IoT connectivity and deployment of value-added apps and services 4.17
IBM Watson SNCF, France Deal for French national rail company to use IBM Watson IoT on IBM cloud to connect entire rail system 2.17
Imagination Technologies Unitec, Brazil Imagination MIPS M-class CPU licensed as a controller for a chip targeting smart cities 3.17
Inmarsat Hapag-Lloyd, global Five-year contract agreed to migrate all Hapag-Lloyd ships to services enabled for Inmarsat’s FleetXpress communications system 3.17
Oberthur Technologies Huawei, global Oberthur Technologies’ DakOTa v4.0 embedded SIM (eSIM) selected for Huawei Watch2 4.17
PodsystemM2M Wyssen Avalanche Control, Switzerland PodsystemM2M Best Signal multi-network SIMs selected to provide connectivity for Wyssen’s avalanche control towers 3.17
PTC and Servicemax Varian Medical, USA Deployment of field service system to support manufacturer of integrated cancer therapy systems 4.17
Semtech Eddy Home, Canada Selection of LoRa devices and wireless RF technology by residential water technologies manufacturer 4.17
Semtech Maxtrack, UK Semtech LoRa technology integrated into vehicle tracking system 4.17
Sierra Wireless Nauto, North America Sierra Wireless 4G LTE Cat-1 modules selected by Nauto for artificial intelligence-powered car network 2.17
Teleena Transavia, global Deal agreed for global data connectivity 2.17
Trustonic CK Telecom, China Trustonic Trusted Execution Environment (TEE) selected to enhance device security 4.17
Trustonic Shenzhen Sang Fei Consumer Communication, China Trustonic TEE chosen to be integrated into devices to enhance security and privacy, complying with Google’s security requirements for security in devices that use Android M or above 4.17
United Office Domino’s Pizza, USA Three further top tier Domino’s franchises add United Office’s IoT Operations Performance Suite, TCNOPS, to enhance food safety compliance and inventory management 4.17
Vodafone Amscreen, UK Extension of partnership with 36 month agreement under which Vodafone will collaborate with digital screens manufacturer as it develops smart city solutions 4.17


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