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Software AG re-launches Cumulocity IoT network with self service option

By Nick Flaherty at

Following its acquisition of the Nokia Siemens spinout Cumulocity back in March, Software AG has re-launched the cloud-based IoT platform.

Cumulocity IoT will address today’s market demand for easy, fast, and scalable IoT solutions to support enterprises of all sizes, regardless of the level of sophistication of their IoT requirements, says the company. Recent market research shows that 90 percent of executives surveyed feel the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is critical to their companies’ success, but only 16 percent have a comprehensive IIoT roadmap, so the new Cumulocity IoT portfolio is offering self-service IoT solutions to enable organizations develop their own IoT applications and solutions. 
The Cumulocity IoT portfolio operates at the edge, in the cloud or on premise, giving flexibility in designing, building, deploying and upgrading enterprise IoT platform, solutions and services. It includes a range of pre-packaged solutions such as Condition Monitoring, Predictive Maintenance and Track & Trace, as well as quick and easy device and sensor management.

The original Cumulocoty technology has been integrated with Software AG’s Digital Business Platform to target companies using IoT to enhance their own products and services and IoT service providers seeking to build and commercialize an IoT platform.

“Cumulocity IoT is unique in that it provides enterprises with the ability to very quickly start limited scale, cloud-based IoT projects and, as their sophistication grows, be confident to build IoT platform and IoT services that will grow effortlessly with them," said Wolfram Jost, Chief Technology Officer at Software AG. "Enterprises can develop and implement IoT services at the optimal balance between risk and ambition, at their pace, at their choice. Cumulocity IoT is already in use by leading technology companies like Deutsche Telekom, Gardner Denver, Octo Telematics, NTT Communication, Reliance Group, and many more. This gives us a head start in our ambition to become a leading Technology provider in the IoT domain.”

“We recently announced a joint venture in the IoT area which fully underlines our commitment to this growing market. ADAMOS is a major IoT collaborative alliance with the leading manufacturing enterprises Dürr, Zeiss, DMG Mori and ASM PT. The purpose of this IoT alliance is to establish global industry standards for the manufacturing sector using Software AG’s Cumulocity IoT as the technology foundation. ADAMOS partners and their customers will be able to leverage a comprehensive IoT platform and services at a fraction of the cost of developing their own solutions in a significantly shorter period of time.”

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