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Syniverse, QiO Collaborate to Combine Cloud Platforms for Industry 4.0

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Syniverse signed an agreement with QiO, a U.K.-based software company, to combine the two companies’ cloud-based platforms to support the need for reliable, secure connectivity and advanced manufacturing techniques that are vital to implementing Industry 4.0.

QiO’s NAUTILIAN platform is a multi-sided platform built on open-source standards that enables manufacturers and industrials to unlock capacity, deliver higher quality and gain greater visibility across the entire value chain.

The agreement brings together the NAUTILIAN platform with Syniverse’s platform of services and global network that delivers reliable, secure connectivity, policy, data clearing and financial settlement capabilities.

QiO, which was founded in 2015, has quickly attracted a marquee roster of clients in the Aerospace, Marine, Oil and Gas, and Manufacturing markets. The company, based in the U.K., is growing quickly and has operations in Germany, the United States, and India.

Tim Moss, COO, Syniverse
Syniverse’s network reaches 200 countries and territiories, capable of connecting manufacturers with plants in every region of the world as well as connecting every mobile device globally – allowing QiO’s industrial customers to have real-time, secure connectivity to their assets and plants while also enabling clearing of mission critical data between those industrial customers and their business partners.

Baz Khuti, Co-founder and CEO, QiO 
Industrials need real-time, secure connectivity to their assets, regardless of the location, and no matter whether their workforce is at home or on the road, reliable, secure connectivity is required. Further, our customers require the ability to transfer confidential data and insights in real-time between their plants and their customers, including the need to execute pay-as-use financial settlement for those transactions.

Ray is a news editor at The Fast Mode, bringing with him more than 10 years of experience in the wireless industry.

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