Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) India has launched a CEC in Gurugram to showcase and demonstrate IoT-based smart city solutions. The facility will feature a wide-range of innovative offerings for smart city projects from HPE, and powered by Intel architecture. By launching this CEC, HPE will enable partners and customers to experience cutting-edge technologies first hand that can help in the seamless development of smart city projects across the country. As the process of establishing 100 smart cities gathers momentum across India, HPE along with Intel and other smart solution providers, will offer governments and city administrations an excellent opportunity to accelerate time to value and deliver new, innovative, and interactive services to the citizens through IoT. The CEC will demonstrate IoT-based smart city solutions that address the complex and fragmented ecosystem that exists within IoT environments and HPE can help implement an infrastructure that interconnects the various components of the end-to-end solution.
Recently, the Bhopal Smart City Development Corporation Ltd. selected the HPE Universal IoT Platform to create India’s first cloud-based ICCC, which with its multitenancy capabilities will be able to run several city command center operations in parallel across seven cities in Madhya Pradesh.
The Intel-based ecosystem innovations enable smart cities to benefit from IoT, and help to ensure the solutions are manageable, secure, scalable, interoperable, and sustainable. The Intel IoT Platform is a family of Intel products that seamlessly and securely connect and manage devices, deliver trusted data to the cloud, and deliver value through analytics.
“The vision of the government’s smart cities’ mission is to improve the quality of life of every citizen in the country. A smart city strategy requires careful and proper implementation of new technologies and a citizen-centric approach. We are therefore happy to launch this Intel-powered CEC in Gurugram to showcase our experience, best practices, partner ecosystem and technology innovation. Through this initiative we aim to help governments leverage technology to reduce the time it takes to turn smart ideas into smart cities.”
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