Managing IoT Complexity

The complexity of IoT deployments has steadily increased along with the technology choices involved.

Companies must consider factors such as software operating systems, device lifecycle management, and scalability when planning their IoT deployments. Without such due diligence, projects often can’t go much farther beyond proof of concept or become extremely expensive to sustain.

Be IoT-Ready

What considerations should you be making when undertaking an IoT device deployment?


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Manage Diverse Devices at the Edge

Push intelligence to the edge regardless of the composition of your device estate. Learn how intelligent gateways can handle multiple applications and protocols whilst offering additional computing and security capabilities.

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Industry Reports, Webinars and White Papers
IoT Success
Ensure IoT Success: The Seven Most Important Decisions You’ll Make

Coming up with an innovative idea is just the first step in a successful IoT program. There are still a number of important decisions to make that will help determine functionality, cost, and time to market.

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The Cloud Is Not for Everyone

Regulations, geography, security and control means the cloud may not be the first choice for your IoT deployment.

See how an IoT Deployment managed on premises can help generate insights efficiently with even greater control and security.

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Case Study

Pelion Device Management delivers value across applications, industries, and geographies. Read about some of our customers' paths to secure, scalable, successful IoT deployments.

Provisioning Smart Meters to 30 Million Homes

Helping KEPCO transition into energy and services provider

  • Reduced development cost
  • Faster time to market
  • Total control of devices in the field
  • Chip to cloud security

Connected, Efficient Waste Management

Remote device management for Alphatronics

  • Securely connecting existing waste infrastructure to IoT
  • Reduced service calls and resources
  • Automated accurate billing
  • Low power flexible connectivity options