Qualcomm and Infinite Announced Strategic Collaboration

Qualcomm and Infinite Announced Strategic Collaboration

Foto: Fotolia

Qualcomm and Infinite Computer Solutions announced a strategic collaboration to promote the adoption of smart cities solutions and deliver Internet of Things as a Service (IoTaaS) for plug and play deployment. The collaboration creates an end-to-end, fully managed solution that facilitates digital transformation for smart connected spaces across government, healthcare, construction, entertainment, transportation, manufacturing, retail and logistics.

The IoTaaS offering connects companies in the Qualcomm Smart Cities Accelerator Program using Infinite's intelligent engagement platform Zyter SmartSpaces. By connecting members looking for smart solutions, the Smart Cities Accelerator program aims to enrich lives through the accelerated transformation of critical infrastructure and services. As part of its collaboration with Qualcomm, Infinite will further the advancement of smart connected spaces by leveraging its expertise in platforms that support digital transformation, security, user experience, analytics, collective intelligence and AI.

“The challenges governments face as they try to make their cities smarter are often large and complex, and when combined with the fragmentation common in the IoT space, they can be extremely difficult to overcome,” said Jeffery Torrance, vice president, business development of IoT at Qualcomm. “Utilizing our experience in wireless, 5G, and IoT technologies and Infinite’s expertise as a digital transformation systems integrator, our off-the-shelf IoT platform is designed to provide a connectivity fabric and alleviate the enormous burden of sourcing, developing and integrating a variety of technologies along with the cost effective means to manage and monetize their IoT solutions."

“We’re thrilled to take this next step with Qualcomm to deliver end-to-end digital transformation to connected ecosystems,” said Sanjay Govil, chairman and founder at Infinite. ”The combined strength of Qualcomm’s extensive Smart Cities network and the Zyter SmartSpaces Platform will provide an effective, modular, secure and versatile solution to meet Smart Space management needs across all industries, globally.”

More from category

Telefonica Posts Record Profit on Tower Sale

Telefonica Posts Record Profit on Tower Sale

31 Jul 2021 comment

Spanish based operator Telefonica raised its full year outlook after posting an all-time record net income.

Strong First Half for Nokia, 2021 Outlook Revised Upwards

Strong First Half for Nokia, 2021 Outlook Revised Upwards

31 Jul 2021 comment

Nokia's net sales grew 9 percent on constant currency in the second quarter of 2021.

Samsung's Revenue Went Up 20 Percent in the Last Quarter

Samsung's Revenue Went Up 20 Percent in the Last Quarter

30 Jul 2021 comment

During the second quarter of 2021, Samsung made a net profit of KRW9.6 trillion ($8.4 billion), up from KRW5.6 trillion in the same period last year.