WebNMS is at ITEXPO and the collocated M2M Evolution Conference & Expo this week telling its Internet of Things story. The company sells IoT solutions to enterprises, telecom service providers, and specialized systems integrators, and has been in this arena since 2009.
The company’s IoT solutions include a platform and a collection applications that run on it. Those applications include ATM Site Manager, Cell Tower Manager, Power Grid Monitoring, DCIM, Smart Home, Solar Farm Manager, and Windmill Manager. Power Grid Monitoring and the last two applications mentioned above, WebNMS says, emphasize the growing relevance of IoT in energy infrastructure. WebNMS addresses that by providing detailed visibility of energy usage patterns and can identify issues like energy loss and energy waste.
WebNMS also continues to expand its collection of IoT partners. Just today the company announced a partnership with Mexico City-based IT consulting and engineering services provider Ingenieria Dric, with which it will deliver multi-vendor network management and service orchestration solutions into the Mexican telecom service provider market. The partners are exhibiting their solutions at Software Telco Congress, which being held this week alongside ITEXPO (News - Alert) Miami at the Miami Beach Convention Center.
“Mexican telecom operators recognize the value of investing in IT to improve their network operations,” said Jorge Sosa, director general at iDric. “By partnering with WebNMS, we’re offering our telecom customer base a proven path to operating their multi-vendor networks more efficiently while enhancing their ability to react to competitive threats.”
Prabhu Ramachandran, director of Zoho (News - Alert) Corporation’s WebNMS, said: “With IoT expected to connect around 28 billion devices by 2020, WebNMS is poised to address the market needs by offering a highly scalable IoT platform that enables rapid development of custom IoT applications across a wide range of industries. Also, the growing number of smartphone users, falling sensor costs and the expanding broadband networks will act as catalysts for its expansion.”
Edited by Maurice Nagle