Neeco partners Tata Communications for IoT services
Neeco Global ICT Services, a provider of global ICT services, has become a customer of global infrastructure provider Tata Communications, to deliver IoT services in Europe.
Directly serving enterprises in the region Neeco will use the Tata Communications MOVE platform to offer integrated IoT services to its customers, enabling them to deploy IoT connected device around the world.
“We are delighted that Tata Communications has chosen to work with Neeco to help accelerate IoT adoption in Europe,” said David Pátek (pictured), founder and CEO of Neeco Global ICT Services. “We are constantly working on new IoT products that bring additional benefits, reliability and efficiency into various market segments. The IoT is still very much a developing field, with many competing technologies. We feel that this puts Neeco at an advantage because we are able to help design, deliver and maintain IoT devices for our customers as the IoT field continues to evolve.”
Neeco has a suite of IoT products and services aimed at global telcos, IoT technology vendors, enterprises and government bodies. This includes Trexee, a GPS and GSM tracking solution that delivers a set of capabilities.
Additionally, the Tata Communications MOVE platform allows enterprises to transform how they operate and engage with their customers by capturing, moving and managing information globally.
In June, a division of Tata Communications and French specialists Kerlink formed a partnership to promote low-power networks for IoT. The two will work together to promote LoRa technology for r smart-city applications for lighting, parking, building, energy and refuse management, as well as smart agriculture, metering, and safety and security applications.
Prior to this in May, Tata announced that it was to leverage the Infonova Digital Business Platform to enable its customers to view, manage, monitor and modify how they use the Tata Communications MOVE IoT and enterprise mobility service.