HPE joins hands with Tata Commmunications for IoT network in India


At Mobile World Congress 2017 Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) announced it is working with Tata Communications to support the take off of India’s first LoRaWAN(LoRa) based system.

LoRa system is a piece of Tata Communications’ long term strategy of making mobile platforms and ecosystem that empower its clients and partners to interface people and IoT-associated gadgets flawlessly on a worldwide scale.

The venture includes associating gadgets, applications and other IoT arrangements over the LoRa network in smart buildings, campus, security, fleet management, utilities and healthcare services in almost 2,000 groups, covering more than 400 million individuals, making it the first-of-its-kind activity in India.

Anthony Bartolo, president, Mobility, IoT and Collaboration Services, Tata Communications said “We are creating a cohesive, resilient and highly secure network to deploy IoT applications in India. We are excited to be partnering with HPE in this project as this platform is critical to amalgamating all the complex variables in enabling a truly digital India,”

The first phase of the activity targets Tier 1, 2, 3 and 4 urban areas in India, touching more than 400 million individuals. Alongside field trials in Mumbai, Delhi and Bangalore, there are likewise 35 proof-of-idea applications in trial on the network.

“The sheer size of this project is incredible, bringing new services to millions of people,” said David Sliter, vice president and general manager, Communications Solutions Business, HPE. “The HPE Universal IoT platform will enable Tata Communications to build multiple vertical use cases for its Indian IoT network on a common platform with a common data model.”

The HPE Universal IoT Platform streamlines interoperability and administration of heterogeneous IoT gadgets and applications that power the intelligent edge.The platform also supports long-range , low-power network arrangements, and also gadgets that utilization cellular, radio, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.
Tata Communications has additionally chosen HPE to be a major part of its worldwide cell IoT availability administrations.

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Madhurima Goyal, From ITvoir News Desk