Forrester Research, Inc. has identified Asavie as one of ten IoT Connectivity specialist vendors selected for its Vendor Landscape: IoT Software Platforms Report, September 27 2017*.
The Asavie PassBridge® IoT Connectivity management platform provides:
IoT Security: Integrated seamlessly into the telco core and billing systems, Asavie PassBridge® offers configurable, secure private IP networks as a service from the edge to the cloud.
IoT Scalability: Asavie PassBridge® delivers on-demand connectivity services designed to secure and manage connectivity across heterogeneous networks at scale.
IoT Speed: It enables users to orchestrate and configure their own customized secure network environment, off the public internet, for 1 to 100,000s of devices in seconds.
Asavie CTO and co-founder Tom Maher said, “We created Asavie PassBridge® to enable enterprises accelerate the digital transformation of their businesses. We are honored that Forrester’s IoT Software Platform Vendors report, has recognized our achievement and ranks us amongst the world’s leading IoT platforms.”
Maher continued, “By providing a platform to enable companies to connect IoT and mobile devices to the Internet and cloud-side applications, we are enabling the huge benefits that IoT can bring to businesses. This recognition by Forrester validates our innovative technology and underscores our commitment to ensuring our customers and partners can access all the benefits of secure IoT connectivity.”
Asavie makes secure connectivity simple for any size of mobility or IoT deployment in a hyper-connected world. The Asavie PassBridge® platform powers on-demand services for the secure and intelligent distribution of data to connected devices anywhere. This enables enterprises to harness the power of the internet of things and mobile devices to transform and scale their businesses. Strategic partners include AT&T, Telefonica, Verizon, Vodafone, as well as AWS, Dell and MultiTech.
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* Vendor Landscape: IoT Software Platforms Report, September 27 2017.
By Michele Pelino, Christopher Voce with Stephanie Balaouras, Frank E. Gillett, Aaron Kinch, Diane Lynch