Taiwan Mobile will offer a complete plug-and-play IoT solution that can be easily configured to provide analysis, automation, and diagnostic intelligence
Taiwan Mobile has chosen the Cisco Jasper Control Centre to help its customers capitalise on IoT application services.
The telecoms company will offer a complete plug-and-play IoT solution that can be easily configured to provide analysis, automation, and diagnostic intelligence. It offers solutions across any industry, including connected car, mobile payment, manufacturing, smart cities and public transportation.
“Enterprises throughout Taiwan are eager to deliver new, value-added IoT services to their customers,” said Eddie Chan, senior director of the mobile marketing and IoT services division at Taiwan Mobile. “Companies are increasingly focused on offering services that generate recurring revenue while improving the customer experience. Taiwan Mobile is excited to be at the forefront of enabling this transformation for businesses throughout Taiwan via the industry-leading Cisco Jasper IoT platform.”
It is claimed the partnership with the control centre will help enterprise customers of Taiwan Mobile develop new revenue streams, introduce new customer services as well as manage costs and monetise through various IoT application services. Additionally, customers benefit from the scalability of Control Centre it provides real-time monitoring, managing, and control over their IoT services. It also offers the global scalability required to easily expand into new markets.
“Taiwan Mobile and Cisco Jasper are both focused on supporting innovative enterprises to capitalise on IoT and capture their share of the connected service market,” said Hong Lu, managing director, North Asia at Cisco Jasper. “Taiwan Mobile’s partnership with Cisco Jasper shows its commitment to enabling enterprises to bring IoT services to market rapidly and cost-effectively, while also providing the capability to easily scale as business demands require.”
Cisco Jasper partners with 30 global mobile operator groups representing more than 120 mobile operator networks worldwide. This means that when businesses are ready to scale their services outside of Taiwan, they can quickly do so.