TD SYNNEX launches smart office solution with IAconnects

Fremont & Clearwater, United States – TD SYNNEX announced the launch of IAconnects MobiusFlow Click-to-Run on Azure, which simplifies the complex process of configuring a solution that provides hardware, software and infrastructure to manage smart buildings.

The advanced commissioning Internet of Things (IoT) solution, designed by the TD SYNNEX solutions factory, helps partners overcome the challenge of successfully implementing and managing smart building architecture. Additionally, this cloud-based solution also allows partners to quick start visualising data and create customised dashboards on loT Central, Microsoft Azure’s IoT Platform.

“Connecting IoT devices within current infrastructure can be time-consuming and costly for organisations, and an advanced control and analysis solution for IoT enables businesses to deliver data-driven outcomes and elevated operational efficiency,” says Clay Davis, vice president, global analytics and IoT, TD SYNNEX. “TD SYNNEX’s new pre-configured IAconnects MobiusFlow Click-to-Run solution enables faster set up in less than an hour while providing actionable insights, saving energy and managing architecture at scale.”

Benefits of the IAconnects MobiusFlow Click-to-Run solution include:

  • Enabling air quality monitoring, preventive IT maintenance, occupancy control and energy-efficient operation while collecting secure data from sensors and intelligent controllers.
  • Obtaining, securing and storing data in the cloud, allowing access and retrieval in real time.
  • Decreasing commissioning costs for partners and reducing complexity by fostering ease of use and deployment at scale.

“The global smart building market is on the rise and many organisations are looking at innovative ways to capitalise on this opportunity,” says Chris Moorhouse, CTO, IAconnects. “Our collaborative efforts between TD SYNNEX and IAconnects led us to develop the IAconnects MobiusFlow Click-to-Run offering, which enables partners to access advanced building control systems, accelerate speed to market and enhance their data and IoT portfolio of offerings to meet customer demands.”

Customers can access the IAconnects MobiusFlow Click-to-Run solution within the TD SYNNEX StreamOne platform. For more information about this solution and other Click-to-Run opportunities, visit here.

Learn more about TD SYNNEX, the global IT distributor and solutions aggregator formed through the merger of Tech Data and SYNNEX, at TD SYNNEX.

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