London – March 18, 2013 – Oracle today confirmed its participation in the annual M2M World Congress 2013 (www.m2mconference.com) taking place in London on April 25th and April 26th, at the Royal Garden Hotel in Central London. Chris Baker, Senior Vice President, Global ISV/OEM Sales will be making a keynote m2m presentation on “Designing an M2M Platform for the Connected World” . Please visit the M2M WORLD CONGRESS 2013 for full details.
Designing an M2M Platform for the Connected World
M2M is clearly not a new concept, but the rapidly growing volumes and value of the data generated are opening up new opportunities and, at the same time, placing even greater demands on the infrastructure on which M2M systems run. This extends from small footprint runtime environments on devices and event processing capabilities to allow decisions to be made closer to the network edge, to massive Big Data analytics capabilities to extract intelligence from the data collected. In this session, we will share the results of recent industry research on the drivers behind M2M projects and investigate their impact on the requirements of the technology platform on which the solutions are built. You’ll also hear how Oracle’s comprehensive ‘Device to Data Center’ platform provides the ideal foundation for your M2M solutions, from embedded Java on devices and gateways, to high performance analytics tools and engineered systems in the data center.
With more than 390,000 customers—including 100 of the Fortune 100— and with deployments across a wide variety of industries in more than 145 countries around the globe, Oracle offers an optimized and fully integrated stack of business hardware and software systems. Oracle is shifting the complexity from IT, moving it out of the enterprise by engi- neering hardware and software to work together—in the cloud and in the data center. From servers and storage, to database and middleware, through appli- cations, each layer of the stack comprises best-of-breed products, and every prod- uct and layer is designed, optimized, and engineered to work together. Integrated, industry-specific solutions are engineered to address complex business processes for a wide range of industries. And when IT complexity is removed, enterprises can focus on business innovation. For more info, please visit http://www.oracle.com