Real-Time Insights from the Internet of Things

| March 1, 2016

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Processing huge amounts of data to monitor things, assess conditions, and create automated responses to analyze in real-time and act immediately.

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Cumulocity

It all began in Mountain View, Silicon Valley, CA in 2010.At this time Nokia Siemens Networks started to innovate software solutions based on cloud technology for the IoT (Internet of Things) market. An experienced team of senior managers and engineers created award winning software products which were named Cumulocity.Cumulocity takes these software products to the next level. We are based in Düsseldorf, Germany, with engineering facilities in Germany, Poland and Portugal. Our origins as part of Nokia Siemens Networks, the world's mobile broadband specialist, gives us the experience of managing networks of millions of devices in a reliable, rapidly scalable and flexible manner. Cumulocity Software-as-a-Service offerings fundamentally reduces complexity and makes Internet-of-Things technology affordable to everyone.

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Cumulocity

It all began in Mountain View, Silicon Valley, CA in 2010.At this time Nokia Siemens Networks started to innovate software solutions based on cloud technology for the IoT (Internet of Things) market. An experienced team of senior managers and engineers created award winning software products which were named Cumulocity.Cumulocity takes these software products to the next level. We are based in Düsseldorf, Germany, with engineering facilities in Germany, Poland and Portugal. Our origins as part of Nokia Siemens Networks, the world's mobile broadband specialist, gives us the experience of managing networks of millions of devices in a reliable, rapidly scalable and flexible manner. Cumulocity Software-as-a-Service offerings fundamentally reduces complexity and makes Internet-of-Things technology affordable to everyone.

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