Tata Communications announced the launch of its Internet of Things (IoT) Marketplace to strengthen its IoT business.
Tata Communications has rolled out its LPWAN network in 45 cities, spanning nearly 2,000 communities and touching over 400 million people in total.
Research firm Frost & Sullivan said that the enterprise IoT market in India will grow at a CAGR of 35 percent through 2023.
Tata Communications’ IoT Marketplace will be bringing together different partners from device manufacturers, software developers to start-ups and system integrators to deploy and manage IoT solutions — under one single platform.
“This initiative will enabling customers to deploy IoT solutions with ease and achieve their strategic goals using IoT,” Alok Bardiya, head – Internet of Things (Business Unit), Tata Communications, said.
Jainam Mehta, chief marketing officer of Oizom, a start-up offering IoT based environmental solutions, said: “This platform will enable us to increase our market awareness and enhance our visibility as well as penetration within the enterprise landscape.”
Chandrashekhar Limaye, director, Supertech Instrumentation Services, that specialises in providing advanced automation solutions in industry, said: “We can focus on developing innovative and cost-effective IoT solutions that address efficiency challenges for the real-world enterprise.”