EMC Collaborates with Vodafone Ireland to Develop IoT Platform INFINITE

EMC Collaborates with Vodafone Ireland to Develop IoT Platform INFINITE Image Credit: Infinite

EMC in partnership with Vodafone Ireland has developed a state-of-the-art innovation platform known as INFINITE with an initial investment of €2 million in Ireland for the development of industrial Internet-of-Things(IoT). The IoT Innovation platform, which is spread across three data centres at€“ EMC, Vodafone and datacentre and cloud provider, Cork Internet eXchange (CIX) in Cork, will provide users with the ability to leverage and benefit from the emerging field of IoT whereby everyday processes such as manufacturing or fleet management to everyday objects, like machinery, household appliances and even clothing, contain sensors that are connected to the internet and are generating data for analysis.

INFINITE will encompass all the significant technologies, domains and platforms to support businesses to introduce major advancements in cloud, networks, mobile, wireless, edge gateways, sensors and analytics that are defining IoT globally, said EMC. The platform can be used simultaneously by companies in multiple fields including healthcare, transport, and financial services, to support applications with a need for mobile communication and dynamic configuration, it added.

Dr Orna Berry, Corporate Vice President Innovation, EMC Centres of Excellences (CoE) and R&D Centres and General Manager Israel COE
EMC Federation is leading an industrial partnership encompassing Rich Data and Internet of Things. The digital age's IT transformation - cloud, big data, social, mobile and Internet of Things, is continuously and increasingly changing the way we live and work. EMC Federation and Ireland's CoE are excited to take a dynamic and influential part in this important eventuation, with the creation of the INFINITE innovative IoT platform.

Anne O'Leary, CEO, Vodafone Ireland
We are delighted to work with EMC in this exciting development. Vodafone is at the forefront of Internet of Things technology at a global level and I am proud to see Ireland also taking a lead in pioneering the development of these new disruptive technologies. IoT has the potential to transform business in Ireland and we are excited to be in a position to provide companies with access to start developing their own IoT services.

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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