Teradata Looks to Cisco for Smart City IoT Work

Teradata Looks to Cisco for Smart City IoT Work

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Teradata has announced a new partnership with Cisco, aimed at developing cost effective solutions for smart cities and communities.

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Currently, Teradata believes the information collected is not being put to use because it is stored in departmental silos rather than publicizing it to a city-wide database.

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Teradata will analyze all of the information provided by Cisco hardware on the ground, which is able to track traffic, parking, lighting, and waste management. From the activity, Cisco may also be able to measure things like citizen engagement, safety, and security.

Data is the foundation of value creation in todays digitally enabled society, said Stephen Brobst, Chief Technology Officer at Teradata.

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At the recent Gartner Data & Analytics conference in Texas, Teradata announced a new Internet of Things (IoT) partnership with Cisco on Monday, aimed at improving digital solutions for smart cities.

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Teradata Looks to Cisco for Smart City IoT Work

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The partnership will combine Ciscos IoT and Kinetic for Cities platforms with Teradatas Analytics Platform, which it says will help cities become better connected with more easily accessible analytics for city leaders.

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Far too many cities do not fully recognize the value of their data, said Anil Menon, Global President for Smart+Connected Communities at Cisco.

Teradata Looks to Cisco for Smart City IoT Work

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