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New partnership focuses on bringing new enterprise IoT solutions to China

Infiswift will provide the platform while Chinese company UEC will sell and integrate enterprise IoT solutions for the Chinese market

California-based Infiswift, an enterprise internet of things (IoT) platform provider has announced a partnership with Chinese IT conglomerate United Electronics Company (UEC) to integrate and deploy enterprise IoT solutions in China.

“UEC has built an extremely strong and trusted brand in China. Because UEC builds and manages much of the country’s IT infrastructure, the company can support rapid implementation of innovative IoT solutions for a broad range of its enterprise customers,” infiswift’s CEO Arup Barat said.

Under the terms of the agreement, Infiswift will provide the platform technology and core, while UEC will sell and integrates the projects in the region leveraging its IT infrastructure and technical support.

Infiswift’s platform enables end-to-end connected solutions with security and scalability. The firm said that the solution is ideal for intermittently connected and power deficient environments that require real-time operation, such as those commonly found in the energy, agriculture, water and manufacturing industries. Use cases for customers range from asset monitoring and management to operations automation, Infiswift reps said.

The two firms said that they will co-deploy several solutions with pre-selected customers during this year. The first projects will look to achieve improvement in asset utilization and efficiency.

“Getting data analyzed and visualized in real-time for the right person requires deep expertise that this partnership brings together,” said Sarva Thulasingam, CTO at infiswift. “We are looking forward to delivering cost-effective solutions together with UEC to give early customers in the China market that edge over competitors.”

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