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Orange makes Datavenue available globally

The company says it operates more than 10 million active B2B objects and processes 65 million items of technical data per minute

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Organisations need to seize the opportunity of the IoT and data analytics
Organisations need to seize the opportunity of the IoT and data analytics

Orange Business Services has announced the global introduction of its Datavenue offering as it seeks to help businesses develop IoT based services.


The modular IoT and data analytics product was first released in France last year.


“We have developed extensive vertical expertise around IoT and data analytics in several sectors, including automotive, industry, smart cities, healthcare and smart homes,” said Olivier Ondet, IoT and analytics vice president, Orange Business Services.


“Our solutions have already improved performance and employee safety through industrial machinery monitoring, enhanced patient care with remote assistance, and enriched citizen well-being with smart city services. This is now all being brought together to support the international launch of Orange Datavenue.”


Datavenue includes four modules which encompass the following:


  • Selectrelevant objects and sources of data. Orange offers a full range of certified and tested connected objects, such as sensors, cameras or modules to connect existing assets. Datavenue has a catalogue of data that includes population movement analytics using anonymised data from mobile networks.


  • Connect objectsreliably with the most suitable and secured networks. A truck travelling cross borders or an agricultural sensor in a field would require different networks. To adapt to the wide diversity of needs, Orange provides a broad range of connectivity options. These include future-proof global cellular networks and innovative capabilities, such as eUiCC, worldwide fixed and satellite networks, as well as low-power solutions, such as LoRa.


  • Manage data to improve efficiencies and create enhanced services. For example, a construction company can monitor cranes worldwide to prevent problems and reduce maintenance costs. Managing data in real-time enables technicians to solve issues remotely or to arrive on site with the right material, thereby reducing service interruptions. Orange offers both cloud-based and on-premises software solutions, encompassing remote device management, processing and visualisation.


  • Controlkey elements of enterprise transformation projects. Orange experts ensure end-to-end security and data protection, integration with information systems and service scalability.


Orange said it operates more than 10 million active B2B objects and processes 65 million items of technical data per minute – all fully compliant with data protection regulations.


In a separate announcement, Orange Business Services has entered a connectivity services deal with Tractive, an Austria-based developer of hardware, apps and gadgets for pet owners.

It will provide Tractive with SIM cards for IoT connectivity in its GPS product which helps pet owners locate their pets. Pet owners can locate their cats and dogs in real-time via their mobile devices and without fear of connectivity loss, wherever the animals might wander, the company said.



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