HCL Technologies opens IoT incubation centre in Redmond for greater enterprise adoption
HCL Technologies has unveiled an Internet of Things incubation centre in Redmond, aimed to leverage the Microsoft Azure IoT suite and speed up enterprise IoT adoption.
The facility will develop vertical solutions aimed at the industrial and manufacturing verticals, as well as life sciences and healthcare. The work will be centred on applications in industrial automation, remote patient monitoring and fleet management, among others.
The centre will make use of real-time analytics, sensory data and rapid co-creation, thereby allowing customers to gain business value from IoT deployments. The incubation centre aims to leverage HCL’s expertise in engineering and product lifecycle management, systems integration and infrastructure services, along with Microsoft’s capability in IoT.
HCL Technologies EVP and Head of IoT WoRKS business unit, Sukamal Banerjee, said: “Industrial IoT is slated to be the next big productivity and revenue generation lever for enterprises worldwide. We are confident that our collaboration in this space will create some truly innovative and actionable Industrial IoT solutions which are scalable, cost-effective and focused on user experience.”
IoT WoRKS by HCL is looking to play a key role in IoT, allowing organisations to make use of solutions to gain returns from their asset investments and develop new services that provide measurable business outcomes. Such solutions will play a key role in differentiating enterprises while providing varying levels of IoT maturity to organisations.
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