There are many buzz terms floating around the industry today including the Internet of Things (IoT), wearables, and big data analytics. Although they imply different aspects of technology and the industry, they are all really linked to a single concept of a world of connected devices.
Bridge Alliance and Ericsson allow device manufacturers, enterprises or service providers to deploy their Internet of Things (IoT) services in multiple countries with the benefits of a domestic quality of service and commercial conditions. Ericsson deploys the Device Connection Platform as a single platform to manage IoT across the Bridge Alliance’s mobile operators, covering 36 countries the Solution significantly reduces barriers to deployment for enterprises, keeping total cost of ownership low while maximizing quality of service.
Bridge Alliance, composed of 36 mobile operators from Asia-Pacific, Middle East and Africa, has chosen to deploy the Ericsson (NASDAQ:ERIC) Device Connectivity Platform (DCP) multi-domestic solution for the Internet of Things (IoT).
Alessandro Adriani, CEO of Bridge Alliance, says:
“The combination of Ericsson’s technology leadership in IoT connectivity and Bridge Alliance’s geographical coverage is an unmatched vehicle for any device original equipment manufacturer or enterprise looking to propel its business. Offering this unified experience requires more than just harmonizing interfaces across mobile operators. We have done more with Ericsson, including standardizing our footprint on a common core network. This will truly guarantee harmonized sets of features and service levels within the footprint to our customers.”