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Bsquare strengthens industrial IIoT capabilities with AWS

 

Bsquare selected AWS as it preferred cloud services provider for its DataV suite

 

Industrial internet of things company Bsquare says it is collaborating with Amazon Web Services to meet the increasing demand for IIoT solutions.

Bsquare has selected AWS as its preferred cloud services provider and is leveraging AWS to expand new offerings around DataV, Bsquare’s suite of edge-to-cloud IoT services and software designed with the aim of improving uptime, manageability, and performance of enterprise assets.

“Bsquare has a long track record of success developing solutions running on AWS that help industrial businesses reach their IoT goals,” said Acting Bsquare CEO Kevin Walsh. “We also share the same commitment to constant innovation that is necessary to drive digital transformation across a variety of enterprise and industrial markets. As a result, we are pleased to be able to collaborate with AWS as we work together to develop more advanced solutions for our customers,” he added.

Bsquare was named an AWS IoT Competency Partner in the AWS Partner Network in 2016. Since then, the company has increasingly used AWS IoT service offerings — including AWS Greengrass, AWS IoT Device Management and AWS IoT Analytics –for customer deployments.

“By leveraging AWS IoT services, Bsquare’s DataV suite can help customers accelerate time-to-value versus customizing solutions in-house,” said Joshua Hofmann, director of the AWS Partner Ecosystem at AWS.

Bsquare said that its DataV IoT software and services solution is designed to help businesses translate insights generated by industrial assets into critical operational improvements. By gathering key device data, and applying rapid data analytics and machine learning, businesses can improve asset uptime, reduce costs, increase revenue and more, the company added. Its DataV software can be deployed to create business-focused IoT systems that monitor device data, automate processes and predict events.

Some of the key verticals implementing DataV are transportation, oil and gas, manufacturing, water and power and construction, according to the company.

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