IoT Contract Hot List – November/December 2017

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Vendor/PartnersClient, CountryProduct / Service (Duration & Value)Awarded
Cisco JasperMTN, South AfricaPartnership agreed for Cisco Jasper to enable IoT connectivity for businesses throughout South Africa12.17
ClouderaKomatsu, globalHeavy equipment manufacturers improves mining performance with Industrial IoT (IIoT) platform powered by Cloudera11.17
GemaltoMicrosoft, globalDeal for supply of eSIM technology for new Microsoft Surface Pro devices with LTE Advanced12.17
KerlinkSpark, New ZealandKerlink chosen to help New Zealand operator to roll-out nationwide LoRaWAN IoT network11.17
LibeliumLibatel, LebanonDeployment of agricultural sensor system at Chateau Kefraya vineyard in Beqaa Valley, Lebanon11.17
LibeliumData Consult, LebanonSelection of Libelium technology for the launch of Beit Misk, the first smart city in Lebanon11.17
NECLibelium, SpainPartnership to develop new smart city offerings by combining NEC CONNEXIVE IoT platform with Libelium gateways11.17
Philips LightingCity of Cardiff, UKPhilips City Touch streetlight management system selected to support more than 14,000 Philips connected LED streetlights11.17
Octo TelematicsAutonet, UKInsurance broker Autonet to offer Octo technology and analytics through its car dealership partners12.17
OrangeCargotec, EuropeThree year, multi-million Euro, IoT global connectivity deal to support intelligent cargo handling agreed12.17
Pod M2MForaCare, USADeal to provide resilient connectivity for ForaCare’s Telehealth platform and range of connected monitoring devices11.17
Pod M2MTAHMO, AfricaAgreement for supply of mission critical IoT connectivity to the Trans-Africa Hydro-Meteorological Observatory (TAHMO)12.17
Silver Spring NetworksRongwen, ChinaDeal to connect smart lighting in Guangzhou, China’s third largest city11.17
Tata CommunicationsDRVR, ThailandOperator selected as global IoT connectivity partner for international fleet management application provider12.17
Tele2 IoTUniti, SwedenPartnership for Tele2 IoT to provide connectivity, platforms and advisory services for electric city car developer11.17
TelefónicaSEAT, SpainAgreement to collaborate on shared use of insights and to promote digitalisation in the automotive industry11.17
VodafoneAdmiral Insurance, UKVodafone selected as digital telematics partner for insurer’s Admiral Little Box offering11.17
VodafoneTech Data, SpainAgreement for Tech Data to add Vodafone managed IoT connectivity services to its IoT solutions portfolio11.17
VodafoneNIU, ChinaDeal agreed with Chinese smart electric scooter maker to provide global connectivity11.17

 

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