PTC and Hewlett Packard Collaborate for Improved IoT – IoT Evolution World (blog)


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PTC, developer of visualization and augmented reality solutions, and Hewlett Packard Enterprise have joined forces to collaborate with the goal of improving the availability of Converged IoT Solutions, based on PTC ThingWorx software and HPE Edgeline Systems.

The collaboration will focus on industrial use cases and will incorporate PTC’s ThingWorx IoT platform technologies and HPE’s hardware and data services. In addition, the collaboration of HPE with PTC is expected to result in the availability of a pre-tested best-in-class hardware and software combination. This will enable customers to solve IoT data management problems and make decisions from sensor data more effectively.

Also the partnership between PTC and HPE demonstrates complete hardware and software technologies specifically designed for IoT edge computing and smart, connected solutions. This includes sensors, edge compute, real-time edge analytics, machine learning, and augmented reality.

“Companies working together to solve industry challenges is the fastest way to accelerate IoT innovation and bring about meaningful business value,” said Andrew Timm, CTO, PTC. “Our work to date with HPE demonstrates what is possible when two leading IoT companies come together with a mutual goal of addressing some of the IoT’s foremost challenges and creating new IoT solutions.”

Will this collaboration accelerate businesses?
“The IoT promises access to immense amounts of pent up data which hold great insights that enable customers to accelerate business, engineering, and scientific outcomes. The HPE Edgeline Converged IoT Systems coupled with Aruba connectivity and PTC’s leading technologies are a strong combination for unleashing these data and insights for our customers,” said Tom Bradicich, VP & GM, Servers and IoT Solutions, Hewlett Packard Enterprise.

Advancements to the IoT are occurring everyday. The companies of PTC and Hewlett Packard Enterprise understand this and are eager to present their software in the hopes of making the IoT work faster.

Edited by Ken Briodagh

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