When all things are connected, security becomes the crucial yet often overlooked component of the plan. Dell EMC as an enterprise IT supplier is long familiar with the necessity for planning security. This addition to its IoT Partner Network adds another dimension to its secure IoT offering. We have watched Dell EMC steadily building its IoT presence over the past couple of years. The gateway concept with computing at the edge is really catching on.
Asavie, the provider of next-generation enterprise mobility management and Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity solutions, announced today at the Industry of Things World it has joined the Dell IoT Solutions Partner Program as an Associate Technology Partner.
Asavie PassBridge cloud-hosted platform delivers on-demand IoT services that manage and secure connectivity across diverse networks, at scale. In combination with Dell Edge Gateways , Asavie PassBridge provides enterprises with end-to-end control of their network connectivity to ensure the commercial success of their IoT projects. It enables enterprises to rapidly rollout IoT projects, and securely capture and manage the vast amounts of data transacted between IoT devices.
Welcoming the announcement, Lars Jerkland, Vice President, OEM for Asavie, said, “We are pleased to be part of Dell’s growing network of IoT Partners. Customers are struggling with IoT network connectivity and integration challenges and our work with Dell helps address these obstacles. Together, Asavie and Dell offer industrial customers a secure, seamless, end-to-end IoT connectivity experience without any of the potential delays typically associated with rolling out a global cellular project.”
“Dell is focused on providing our customers with a comprehensive IoT solution to help them build new business models and grow,” said Jeff Brown, Dell EMC vice president, Global IoT and Embedded PC Sales, OEM Solutions. “Dell’s Edge Gateways and Asavie PassBridge, provide customers with a scalable, secure and robust IoT solution. As a result, enterprises can accelerate IoT implementation, generating increased cost savings and rapid delivery of new services to market,” continued Brown.