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Frost honours Cumulocity for IoT Cloud Platform

| January 28, 2015


Frost & Sullivan Honours Cumulocity for its Cloud based IoT Platform for the Discrete Manufacturing Market

Düsseldorf, Germany, 29th of January 2015 – Based on its recent in depth analysis of the Internet of Things (IoT) management solutions for discrete manufacturing, Frost & Sullivan honours Cumulocity with the 2015 Global Frost & Sullivan Award for New Product Innovation. Frost & Sullivan states in their award report “Cumulocity’s platform is a high-end solution with a well-formulated design, supported by signature software and service offerings for the industrial IoT sector. Cumulocity has established its superiority in the IoT domain by specifically designing its solutions to fit the individual needs of each vertical it operates in, be it automotive, industrial machinery, or telecom.”


“The quality of Cumulocity’s platform is apparent in the features and functions such as connecting devices, plug-and-play design, high-grade security, data storage, real-time control, and applications,” said Frost & Sullivan Industry Analyst Deepak Achuthashankar. “Cumulocity’s ability to introduce innovative capabilities, combined with its comprehensive IoT portfolio tailored to a wide variety of industrial applications, endows it with a sturdy brand image and future opportunities in the global IoT market.”

“Cumulocity’s team is very proud of winning this prestigious Industry Award from Frost & Sullivan. It basically confirms Cumulocity’s position and above all further establishes the IoT middleware product category within the manufacturing industry”, said Bernd Groß, CEO of Cumulocity. “We want to reach a point, where it becomes best practice not to reinvent the wheel again and again, but to design Smart Products and Services on top of Cumulocity’s open, secure and flexible cloud based software platform.”

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