C3 IoT partners with Google Cloud to boost AI and IoT application development
C3 IoT has announced a strategic partnership with Google Cloud aiming to boost artificial intelligence (AI) and Internet of Things (IoT) development for enterprise digital transformation.
Under this partnership, C3 IoT and Google Cloud have developed an integrated solution that looks to smoothly delivers the C3 IoT Platform, a comprehensive platform as a service (PaaS) for rapidly developing and operating big data, predictive analytics, AI, and IoT software applications, on Google Cloud Platform, using the innovative infrastructure and AI services to maximum advantage. In addition, both companies will execute co-marketing, co-selling, and co-training initiatives to rapidly scale distribution globally and accelerate customer success.
Both C3 IoT and Google Cloud share a vision for enterprise scale AI allowing organisations to digitally transform their operations by enabling next generation applications. C3 IoT’s key strategic and technical differentiation is its model-driven AI architecture that is manifested through the C3 Type System, which provides reusable microservices through which application developers and data scientists access the C3 IoT Platform allowing programmes, algorithms, and data structures.
The combined C3 IoT and Google Cloud offering boosts development and deployment of transformative AI-driven applications across an expanded set of strategic industry sectors, like anti-money laundering in financial services, AI-enabled CRM in retail, and dynamic inventory optimisation in discrete manufacturing.
Ed Abbo, C3 IoT president and CTO, said, “The Google Cloud and C3 IoT partnership creates a solution that dramatically speeds up our customers’ digital transformations to allow them to attain new levels of operational efficiency, productivity, and competitive advantage. Together, we are delivering on a powerful vision for AI-driven digital transformation at the world’s leading organisations.”
C3 IoT teamed up with Microsoft in April, in a move that will lead to the creation of a “better together” solution –comprising of the C3 IoT Platform – and go-to-market initiatives, speeding up the application development of enterprise AI and IoT.
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