Qualcomm with SB Technology and Cybertrust Japan to proliferate smart cities and 5G IoT solutions

Sanjeet Pandit of Qualcomm Technologies, Inc

18 Jan, 2022 – Cybertrust Japan Co., Ltd., SB Technology Corp., and Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., announced they intend to collaborate to support the deployment of smart solutions through the Qualcomm IoT Services Suite offering to help businesses and entities looking to adopt and integrate smart solutions initially in Japan, with intent to expand globally in the future.

Through this collaboration, the companies plan to explore projects with Qualcomm Smart Cities Accelerator Program ecosystem members and develop smart solutions for use cases across smart cities, smart campuses, smart parking, smart energy-management, smart security, smart factories, and more. The three companies are bringing together technologies and industry knowledge to seek to accelerate smart solution adoption across multiple industries.

Through the Qualcomm Smart Cities Accelerator Program and Qualcomm IoT Services Suite offering, Qualcomm Technologies is driving end-to-end smart deployments and the digital transformation of smart cities and smart connected spaces globally. This collaboration exemplifies the global traction of the Qualcomm IoT Services Suite offering and how Qualcomm Technologies is well-positioned to enable the global digital transformation of industries and experiences, with a differentiated approach that leverages the growing number of smart devices that make up the connected intelligent edge.

“Qualcomm Technologies innovates smart solutions that accelerate the future and digitally transform virtually all industries. We are pleased to collaborate with SB Technologies and Cybertrust Japan, in addition to leaders in ICT and IoT security services in Japan, with the goal to proliferate the Qualcomm IoT Services Suite offering with smart solutions that will enable the next generation of smart spaces and experiences in Japan,” says Sanjeet Pandit, senior director and global head of smart cities, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.

Shinichi Ata

“We are very excited to collaborate with Qualcomm Technologies, a global leader in 5G,” says Shinichi Ata, representative director president & CEO, SB Technology Corp. “As a company taking ICT service business in SoftBank group, our businesses have been focusing on cloud and expanding to cover digital marketing, platform solutions and cybersecurity solutions and we look forward to developing compelling 5G ICT solutions with technology from Qualcomm Technologies.”

“As the deployment of connected IoT devices continues to grow, cyber security is becoming increasingly crucial to align with the international safety standards,” says Yasutoshi Magara, president & CEO, Cybertrust Japan Co., Ltd. “It is a privilege to collaborate with Qualcomm Technologies to cultivate 5G IoT security solutions for the smart city. We will provide products and services, such as “EMLinux”, ultra long-term support embedded OS and “Secure IoT Platform”, trust service for IoT devices that comply with international cyber security standards. We are committed to contributing to the realisation of safe and secure smart city construction and operation.”

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