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IoT Contract Hot List – March/April 2018

IoT Contract Hot List – March/April 2018

Posted by IoT Now MagazineJune 4, 2018

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Vendor/Partners Client, Country Product/Service (Duration & Value)   Awarded
Cisco Jasper DNA, Finland Cisco Jasper Control Center deployed to provide near real-time visibility and control and over IoT services throughout Finland with global scale for expansion 4.18
Cisco Jasper KaR-Tel, Kazakhstan Cisco Jasper Control Center automated IoT connectivity platform selected to enable companies to deliver IoT services over KaR-Tel network 4.18


Comarch Arqiva, UK Extension of commercial partnership to support roll-out of next generation smart meters in the UK with Comarch operational support system (OSS) and professional services 4.18
Gemalto Korea Telecom, South Korea Gemalto selected by Korea Telecom to deliver out-of-the-box connectivity for connected cars 3.18
 Harman Groupe PSA, France Collaboration to address cybersecurity for next generation vehicle architecture 4.18
 Orange Business Services Siemens, global Collaboration to drive adoption of IoT in the industrial sector by simplifying integration and promoting IoT innovation 4.18
 PTC Sealed Air, global PTC Thingworx Industrial Innovation Platform selected to improve operational efficiency at food and product packaging provider 4.18
 Quectel Idrive, USA Quectel SC60 smart module selected by provider of idrive X2 video device for fleet monitoring 4.18
 Semtech IoTsens, Spain Deal to connect IoTsens’ LoRa-based smart water platform for smart city pilot project in Spain 4.18
 Software AG STW, UK Cumulocity IoT Platform selected to support Sensor-Technik Wiedemann (STW) remote monitoring project on Transport for London buses 4.18
 Software AG Ooredoo, Qatar Cumulocity IoT Platform chosen to power Ooredoo’s IoT offerings 3.18
 Software AG British Army, UK Vendor selected to help improve the way the force shares critical information needed to prepare for operations 4.18
 T-Mobile Pro Chiller Systems, USA T-Mobile IoT network and Amazon Web Services enable Pro Chiller Systems’ new Total Cooling Control system 4.18
 Tata Communications Dreamtime Technologies, South Africa Collaboration to build new cloud-based virtual mobile network to serve African mobile and IoT providers 4.18
 Telensa Whakatane District Council, New Zealand Selection of Telensa for 2,500 unit smart street lighting project 3.18
 Vodafone Continental, Germany Partnership to create ContiConnect smart tyre monitoring system for commercial vehicle fleets 3.18
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