IoT data to revolutionise productivity, says modular solution provider
Telit has announced that its ONE STOP. ONE SHOP. offering is enabling a new era of enterprise productivity gains, through advancements in data acquisition and management. In the 1980s, the PC disrupted Information Systems Management at the enterprise level, resulting in a significant jump in economic productivity. Telit says the IoT will constitute another such leap in productivity.
Telit's solution is comprised of modules, an application enablement platform with secure data integration via the Cloud, plus mobile data connectivity with the value-added services required to securely and effectively manage very large numbers of deployed devices.
Application enablement, Cloud and enterprise integration are the areas of Telit’s OSOS that are most visible and closest to the enterprise CIO when connecting edge devices. Once data can flow to and from the edge device, it must be enabled on the enterprise side by applications designed to align it with the business logic of systems receiving it.
Furthermore, this data must be collected, transferred and stored in absolute security; be encapsulated in the proper formats and protocols in order to become an integral part of enterprise information systems from IBM, SAP or Oracle. The Telit deviceWISE platform delivers this integration by leveraging special firmware in the Telit module and the robustness of a platform which was designed from the ground-up for machine data integration. CIOs especially value that Telit OSOS makes it simple to connect enterprise assets and that it can be easily prescribed down the entire supply chain to integrators, partners and enterprise suppliers, so that the end solution delivers risk mitigation, lower cost and performance optimisation.
“As advanced as Information Systems (IS) have become inside the four walls of the enterprise, they still rely heavily on human or batch entered remote/outside data from the edge of enterprise operations,” said Oozi Cats, CEO, Telit Wireless Solutions. “Telit, via The IoT, is about to change all that as we propose to connect every information asset directly to enterprise information systems, no matter how remote its location or how small the size of its relative informational contribution. Telit is expected to ship hundreds of millions Cloud-ready communication devices for the IoT over the next 15 years. And this could very well represent the tipping point in the simplification of the process for connecting remote assets, removing any remaining barriers to mass adoption and standardisation, both of which will help the enterprise make a quantum leap in productivity, efficiency and value creation.”
Telit will exhibit its OSOS solution at Mobile World Congress 2015, in Hall 5, Stand 5E61.