VMware among new Dell IoT solutions partners
Dell has provided an update on the partnerships at its Dell Internet of Things (IoT) Solutions Partner Program, with VMware joining at the executive tier and KMC Controls, Eurotech, Nokia, and V5 Systems joining as new associate partners.
DGLogik, Exara, and FogHorn have been promoted from Registered to Associate tier, encouraging advancement in the programme. DGLogik provides an end-to-end platform for Industrial IoT and Building Automation applications by ensuring quick formulation of data visualizations with its DGLux offering.
Exara is partnering with Dell and Intel to provide digital oil and gas production optimization solutions that make use of software-based edge data management technology. FogHorn’s platform has been developed to facilitate edge intelligence and analytics for gateways in Industrial IoT use cases, hosting high performance processing, analytics, and heterogeneous applications closer to control systems and physical sensors.
VMware has ensured integration of its new Liota (Little IoT Agent) open-source software development kit (SDK) with Dell’s IoT hardware. This provides customers with an alternative for IoT gateway management and the ability to build apps on Dell’s gateway. Liota also functions as a connection to VMware’s AirWatch and VMware vRealize Operations to allow customers to configure, monitor and deploy several things from one console, view device health and deal with anomalies as they show themselves.
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