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Digitization, ADAMOS and Cumulocity

ADAMOS puts Cumulocity at the heart of its industrial manufacturing IoT platform. ADAMOS, which describes itself as “the strategic alliance for machine and plant engineering,” has picked Cumulocity’s IoT platform to power its digitization business. The Cumulocity Application Enablement Platform (AEP) will act as the middleware allowing ADAMOS to share apps and technology tools as it aims to improve digitization in engineering. MachNation has written about the Cumulocity platform in its 2016 IoT Application Enablement […]

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Cumulocity momentum builds with NTT Communications deal

Less than a month after the sale to SoftwareAG, Cumulocity announced a new partnership with NTT Communications in Japan. Cumulocity’s technology will allow NTT to offer customers a range of new services, such as rapid machine, sensor and device integration and data collection and real-time analytics for condition monitoring, predictive maintenance and supply chain automation. In addition, said Cumulocity in a press statement, “both companies will consider further development towards NTT Com’s 140 global data […]

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Cumulocity strengthens IoT AEP presence in Asia-Pacific

Software AG’s Cumulocity acquisition has strengthened the enterprise software leader’s presence in the fast-growing Asia Pacific (APAC) market for IoT Application Enablement Platforms (AEPs). Düsseldorf-based Cumulocity not only figures in MachNation’s IoT AEP ScoreCard of 35 AEPs to watch in 2017, but also just prior to being bought by Software AG had inked two significant deals in major APAC IoT markets. In February Cumulocity unveiled a strategic partnership with Reliance Group-owned Unlimit, the first dedicated […]

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Four Bosch partners we hope you met at Bosch ConnectedWorld 2017

MachNation was pleased to participate in Bosch ConnectedWorld 2017 in Berlin. This pivotal event brought together 2700 partners and customers into a dynamite mix of 20th century electro-mechanical machines and 21st century digitization. There were too many exhibitors and partners about which MachNation could write, but we picked-out 4 that are relevant to the types of IoT middleware technology (colored orange in the figure be low) that MachNation researches. Download our complimentary research article here to learn about […]

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