IBM CORPORATION in Internet of Things (IoT) Data Management Solutions

IBM CORPORATION
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IBM’s Watson IoT platform is widely used for deploying IoT solutions for commercial clients. The Watson IoT platform helps organizations connect devices to intelligent appliances through chips. IBM’s Bluemix platform helps developers integrate IoT data with cloud-based data, also assisting in deploying IoT applications. The IBM Bluemix platform, combined with the Watson IoT platform, provides a simple yet powerful application access to IoT devices and data. This helps clients to rapidly compose analytics applications, visualization dashboards, and mobile IoT apps. IBM’s predictive maintenance and quality software helps to monitor, maintain, and optimize the IoT customers assets, operations, and supply chain. Request IBM CORPORATION Pricing to get more information.

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Additionally, the company provides embedded software development for IoT, and systems engineering for smart, connected products. IBM database IoT solutions help clients to manage data across multiple workloads, while reducing administration, storage, development, and server costs. IBM offers a full portfolio of IoT data management solutions with a broad set of delivery options. The company offers its solutions as software on existing infrastructures. The solutions come in a prebuilt system to accelerate cloud deployment for increasing flexibility. IBM solutions reduce the cost and complexity of managing data, improve business agility, and leverage clients’ core assets.

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  • +6 Data Analytics and Visualization
  • +5 Data Integration
  • +9 Data Migration
  • +8 Data Security
  • +7 Metadata Management
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  • +13 Consulting Services
  • +13 Large Enterprises
  • +12 Managed Services
  • +8 On-Site Support
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  • +14 Support and Maintenance Services
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  • +9 Public
  • +14 Customer support service
  • +5 Documentation
  • +6 Support Program
  • +7 Support Training
  • -11 Breadth and Depth of Product Offerings
  • -13 Building and Home Automation
  • -7 Connected Logistics
  • -8 Other Industry Verticals
  • -11 Smart Energy and Utilities
  • -14 Smart Healthcare and Life Sciences
  • -12 Smart Manufacturing
  • -6 Smart Mobility and Transportation
  • -5 Smart Retail
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IBM CORPORATION presence in Internet of Things (IoT) Data Management Solutions

IBM is a reputed global player in the IoT domain. It has strong business strategies backed by several factors such as strong infrastructure, reach in over 175 countries across the globe, and robust partner channels. In the past few years, beyond its traditional hardware and service offerings, IBM has branched out into different areas. Realizing the huge potential of IoT, the company launched Watson, a fully managed, IBM cloud-hosted platform for managing and understanding IoT devices, sensors, and gateways. Watson also provides device connectivity, analytics, risk management, and data storage services. In February 2017, IBM announced opening of the headquarters for Watson IoT in Munich, Germany. Additionally, the company has nine IoT centers across Asia, Europe, and the Americas. These centers function as hubs for collaborative working to implement new projects in partnership with ecosystem partners. IBM scores well in terms of organic and inorganic growth initiatives adopted for the IoT data management market. The company has adopted a range of strategies such as new product launches, partnerships, business expansions, and acquisitions. For instance, in February 2017, IBM entered into a strategic partnership with Visa, an American multinational financial services corporation. The partnership is expected to bring secure customer payment experiences through IoT. It is expected to combine IBM’s Watson IoT platform and cognitive capabilities with Visa’s global payments services. Similarly, in February 2017, IBM collaborated with Bosch, an engineering and electronics company, for Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). As per the agreement, Bosch’s IoT Suite services is expected to be made available on IBM’s Bluemix and Watson IoT platforms.


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