SAP Internet of Things

| March 1, 2016

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The next Internet revolution is here: 50 billion connected devices will connect 4 billion people by 2020. The total impact on the economy will be more than $14 trillion. SAP is uniquely positioned to help you harness the massive opportunity. SAP is the business leader in Business Processes, innovator in Big Data & Analytics, and expert in Mobile and Data Security!

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IOT SUISSE is an advisor consultant with Architect Designing Marketing, Project and Program Management and Business Development company for IOT and ICT Telecommunications integration with professional consultants partners. Like advisor IOT SUISSE managed IOT vendors solutions from sensors to vCPE IOT gateway to LWPA low rate radio comms to NFV/SDN DC/Cloud and IOT Analytics bringing to Switzerland and Italian market, working on Reseller, Telco and End-User IOT/ICT projects integration.

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IOT SUISSE

IOT SUISSE is an advisor consultant with Architect Designing Marketing, Project and Program Management and Business Development company for IOT and ICT Telecommunications integration with professional consultants partners. Like advisor IOT SUISSE managed IOT vendors solutions from sensors to vCPE IOT gateway to LWPA low rate radio comms to NFV/SDN DC/Cloud and IOT Analytics bringing to Switzerland and Italian market, working on Reseller, Telco and End-User IOT/ICT projects integration.

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