Cisco launches IoT platform partners with Microsoft Azure

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ByLarry DignanforBetween the LinesMay 24, 2017 — 15:33 GMT (23:33 GMT+08:00)Topic:Internet of Things

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Rowan Trollope, general manager of Ciscos IoT and applications unit, outlined the effort in a blog post. The Cisco IoT Operations Platform includes tools to mange connections at scale via the companys technologies and industry partners.

Cisco launched an Internet of Things (IoT) platform aimed at making deployments easier and partnered with Microsoft Azure to better connect edge devices.

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The networking giantoutlined its new platform, dubbed the Cisco IoT Operations Platform, at the companys IoT World Forum in London.

The Cisco IoT Operations Platform includes tools to manage connections at scale via the companys technologies and industry partners.

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As forthe Microsoft partnership, the software giant said thatit will partner with Ciscoto connect its Azure IoT Suite to Ciscos IoT platform and be interoperable.

Fog computing is another feature that will be included into the platform along with data collection tools from edge systems. Cisco also outlined threat detection technologies to bolster security.

Whats driving Ciscos platform is a survey that found that 40 percent of IoT deployments made it past the pilot stage, but only 26 percent of them were deemed successful by business leaders.

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