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Nivis launches cloud network operations center to support IoT deployments

Iain Morris
August 7, 2014
Wireless networking specialist Nivis has launched a cloud network operations center (NOC) designed to support companies deploying Internet of Things (IoT) applications.

The NOC is described as a web-based management tool that uses cloud computing technologies to provide a simple interface for managing smart objects in wireless mesh networks.

The NOC is intended to support the deployment of applications in hosted or cloud environments that will automatically scale up to meet demand.

Nivis (Atlanta, GA, USA) says it can be easily integrated with connected devices as well as remote network management, secure data transport and storage, data visualization and export capabilities.

The web interface facilitates integration with external systems to simplify the development of applications using device data, adds Nivis.
“The IoT has the potential to change our society – how we live and how we do business – but with so many vendors now creating connected products, it can be tricky for users to connect, control, manage, and monitor the wide variety of devices that are available,” said Doug Johns, CEO of Nivis. “Nivis’ cloud-based NOC platform enables simple and rapid deployment of smart objects IoT by providing a single, easy-to-use web-based platform that can be used with all types of smart objects devices.”

Nivis says the cloud NOC targets a wide variety of applications ranging from smart metering (for electric, gas and water), smart lighting and smart city applications to home and office automation, environmental and agricultural monitoring, healthcare and many more.

The package is to be offered through the company’s distributors and integrators.
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