Businesses in Hong Kong can use SmarTone’s mobile network and Cisco Jasper Control Center to deliver IoT
Hong Kong-based telco service provider, SmarTone, and Cisco have announced the launch of Internet of Things (IoT) services in Hong Kong. This partnership enables businesses in any industry to use the SmarTone mobile network and the Cisco Jasper managed connectivity platform, Control Center, to deliver new services.
This partnership between SmarTone and Cisco Jasper makes it simple for companies of any size to transform their businesses by offering connected services that enhance their customers’ experiences while enabling new revenue models.
“For more than 10 years we have been helping businesses across every industry automate the delivery of IoT services that have a direct impact on their bottom line,” said Ken Laversin, worldwide head of sales, IoT cloud, at Cisco Jasper. “Today, more than 6,500 companies in over 100 countries use Cisco Jasper Control Center to automate the connectivity management of their IoT devices around the world. SmarTone’s leadership as a total service provider…makes it an ideal partner to serve innovative businesses pursuing IoT in Hong Kong.”
With today’s announcement, all businesses throughout Hong Kong can take advantage of SmarTone’s mobile network and Cisco Jasper Control Center to deliver IoT services of their own. Cisco Jasper partners with 30-plus mobile operator groups representing over 120 mobile networks worldwide, making it simple for those businesses to scale their IoT services to other countries as needed. Likewise, companies using the Cisco Jasper platform outside of Hong Kong can easily expand their connected services into the country via SmarTone.
“We are committed to helping our business customers take advantage of IoT to deliver real business results, and to achieve that we needed the best IoT connectivity management platform,” said Daniel Leung, head of business markets at SmarTone. “Cisco Jasper is the global leader in IoT platforms, and this partnership makes it simple for all businesses to capture their share of the IoT market by delivering new connected services.”