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Etisalat Partners OT to Launch M2M and IoT services in Egypt

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Etisalat is collaborating with Oberthur Technologies (OT) to launch M2M and IoT services. Relying on OT’s M-Sense solution, a leading software platform enabling fast service deployment, Etisalat will enable its Enterprise customers to quickly launch new M2M and IoT services. The M-Sense solution will enable Etisalat to accelerate the deployment of vertical applications such as smart cities, universities or enterprises operating in the transport, oil and energy or real estate sectors, said OT.

According to OT, M-Sense allows easy and fast device integration over any network. It secures collection, visualization and real-time management of various IoT data from any M2M device and controls remotely connected enterprise assets in real time. 

The collaboration between OT and Etisalat will be delivering a tailored and modular solution that will also enable selected local ecosystem partners to leverage the platform’s ready-made components and use existing application frameworks. These components include sensor data visualization, reporting, business rules and off-the-shelf applications that can used to build customized applications.

Khaled Rabie CBO at Etisalat Misr
OT’s solution for IoT application enablement and M2M device management will help us to drive our IoT strategy, test innovative concepts and build the many value-added services the market is looking for and that we are willing to bring to our potential customers.

Arnaud de La Chapelle, OT’s RMEA President
As OT’s M-Sense is an open and standardized platform, Etisalat customers will get access to a wide range of tools and software components and they will be able to quickly develop and launch a large portfolio of innovative M2M and IoT applications.

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

Ray can be reached at ray.sharma(at)thefastmode.com.

 

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