MUNICH -- Axiros, the technology leader in open device management solutions for telecommunications, IoT and M2M markets, today announced that Wi-Next, a pioneer of IoT technologies over Wi-Fi, has selected Axiros for the development of IoT applications in the Cloud. This means that Axiros will provide hosted solutions enabling Wi-Next with more efficient management while delivering plug-and-play, personalized next-generation services of both IoT and wireless networking for its industrial IoT and personal area network customers.
Together the companies' solution offers many significant features and benefits, including:
Native integration of the Wi-Next equipment and Axiros solution for a plug-and-play installation with significant cost and resource savings
Best-of-breed solution to manage both IoT and networking equipment with a significant optimization of resources
Optional and easy personalization of business application with Axiros' Device Management Platform
Business model flexibility with option use a managed model, contributing to economic savings and faster project delivery
Easily scalable (network elements and functions)
Improved time-to-market of innovative services both for IoT and networking application
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