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Cisco Jasper

Transforming businesses with Real IoT
United States
2004
Private
$100m-1b
201 - 1,000
Open website
Cisco Jasper is a global Internet of Things (IoT) platform leader. We believe that IoT is more than a smart thing, a great app, and a way to connect to the internet. It’s not about things, it’s about meeting the changing needs and expectations of customers with new services, experiences and business models that deliver bottom line growth.
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For more than a decade we’ve been helping companies launch, manage and monetize connected IoT services to drive business transformation and deliver innovative connected services.

Companies of all sizes use Control Center, our automated connectivity management platform, to ensure the secure, reliable delivery of IoT services that enhance customer experiences and drive revenue.
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Garmin, GE Aviation, Tesla
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Hardware
Software
Software that ingests data and visualises it to generate insights to answer specific questions
Platforms that facilitate and allow application developments for specific use cases and/or client requirements.
Providing the infrastructure to store and manage data.
Services
Developing custom software for specific uses and operating environments/needs.
Number of Case Studies12
Garmin delivers real-time data to customers using IoT
Garmin delivers real-time data to customers using IoT
Garmin operates on a global scale and offers a vast array of products across a number of industries, including aviation, marine, outdoor, fitness and automotive. Garmin is looking for a solution that can help them better manage all their connected devices.
ABB Increases Productivity and Reduces Operational Costs
ABB Increases Productivity and Reduces Operational Costs
ABB relies on Control Center to monitor connections to its customers' industrial robots for potential problems. As soon as conditions change, ABB engineers want to know about it so that they can act on it. Engineers wanted a solution so that they can anticipate problems by constantly analyzing the information that they receive from the devices. They have developed a set of predictive KPIs, which they share with their customers to help them decide if their equipment requires maintenance.
Intelligent Telematics uses IoT to improve fleet safety and cut insurance costs
Intelligent Telematics uses IoT to improve fleet safety and cut insurance costs
“IoT plays a critical role in keeping costs down. If a third party takes hold of a claim, costs spiral out of control,” says Sam Footer, Head of International Business and Strategic Development at Intelligent Telematics. Typically, corporate trucks and taxis are blamed for crashes involving consumer cars, prompting companies to often settle claims to avoid going to court.
Number of News Items54
MG ZS EV, the first electric car from MG Motors, comes to India: Everything to know
Indian Express - 05 Dec, 2019
Referenced Companies: Cisco, Google, Cisco Jasper, Airtel, Microsoft Azure
Verizon Wants to Turn Fiber Networks into Citywide Sensors
Government Technology - 13 Nov, 2019
Referenced Companies: Verizon, NEC, Cisco Jasper
Keywords: Sensor, Sensors, Smart City
Technology integration at centre of Smart Cities workshop in Edmonton
Edmonton Journal - 09 Oct, 2019
Referenced Companies: Cisco Jasper
Number of Software1
Jasper Control Center
Jasper Control Center
Control Center, a leading automated connectivity management platform, helps ensure your IoT services run reliably, securely and at the lowest cost.Because connectivity is what links your devices to global networks, your customers and your backend systems, it has to be continuously managed – not just turned on to bring a device online and turned off when a device is retired.Automating managed connectivity addresses five critical challenges companies running IoT service businesses face:- Protect against potential security breaches- Control cost and reduce operational expenses- Ensure that devices work anywhere they’re needed- Detect abnormal behavior- Ensure reliable data deliveryLifecycle AutomationA powerful automation engine manages devices by exception, reducing time and costs associated with ongoing operational support. Monitoring and diagnosticsIdentify and respond to unusual device behavior in near real-time with remote diagnostics and analytics. Comprehensive securityMulti-layered, comprehensive security controls safeguard your customer data, devices and IT systems. Cost management controlsNear real-time cost monitoring and controls help you lower total cost of ownership and eliminate unexpected spend. Global deploymentPartnerships with 30+ mobile operator groups, representing 120+ networks, ensure your devices work everywhere. Back-end integrationA rich library of 100+ APIs makes it easy to manage devices, change rate plans, and much more.
Number of Memberships4
European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI)
European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI)
The European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) is an independent, not-for-profit, standardization organization in the telecommunications industry (equipment makers and network operators) in Europe. ETSI produces globally-applicable standards for Information and Communications Technologies (ICT), including fixed, mobile, radio, converged, broadcast and internet technologies.We have a special role in Europe. This includes supporting European regulations and legislation through the creation of Harmonised European Standards. Only standards developed by the three ESOs (CEN, CENELEC and ETSI) are recognized as European Standards (ENs).We produce different types of standards to meet the different needs of business and society. These needs include:- facilitating trade- enabling economies and efficiencies- achieving interoperability- enhancing consumer protection and confidenceThe progress of innovation requires a balance between collaboration and competition. Standards provide a foundation to achieve this balance and help enable new technologies. We therefore maintain close links with the R&D community and academia and we support the development of new technologies through a variety of mechanisms.
Global Certification Forum (GFC)
Global Certification Forum (GFC)
The Global Certification Forum (GCF) is the organisational backbone to GCF Certification. Founded in 1999, the membership driven Forum brings together technical experts from the world's leading Manufacturers, Operators and the Test Industry. Together members define the certification requirements that really work for the industry - because they have been developed by the industry.Any device incorporating cellular mobile connectivity can be certified:- Featurephones and Smartphones- Tablets- USB Modems- Portable WiFi Hotspots- Embedded Modules- Laptops- Connected Consumer and M2M/IoT devicesThe GCF scheme evolves in sync with developments in mobile technologies and the changing needs of the industry. It is the only device certification scheme that cover all these technologies:- LTE (3GPP)- 3G UMTS (3GPP)- GSM (3GPP)- CDMA2000 (3GPP2)GCF members include leading mobile network operators representing all the key markets worldwide, over 70 device manufacturers and other stakeholders such as test system suppliers and test laboratories.GCF's current priorities are to reduce industry costs and improve end-user experience by:- Promoting adoption of GCF certification by the mobile industry in markets where it is not presently used- Promoting GCF Certification for any product that incorporates mobile connectivity- Increasing the use of GCF Certification in its current core markets in Asia Pacific, China, Europe and North America,
Open Mobile Alliance (OMA)
Open Mobile Alliance (OMA)
OMA was formed by the world’s leading mobile operators, device and network suppliers, information technology companies and content providers as the industry focal point for the development of mobile service enabler specifications. OMA is a non-profit organization that delivers open specifications for creating interoperable services that work across all geographical boundaries, on any bearer network. OMA’s specifications support the billions of new and existing terminals across a variety of wireless networks, including traditional cellular operator networks and emerging networks supporting machine-to-machine device communications for the Internet of Things (IoT).Significant new work in OMA is leading to the development of next generation mobile services in areas such as Device Management, LBS, IoT, APIs and more.Goals of OMA:- Deliver high quality, open technical specifications based upon market requirements that drive modularity, extensibility, and consistency amongst enablers to reduce industry implementation efforts.- Ensure OMA service enabler specifications provide interoperability across different devices, geographies, service providers, operators, and networks; facilitate interoperability of the resulting product implementations.- Be the catalyst for the consolidation of standards activity within the mobile data service industry; working in conjunction with other existing standards organizations and industry fora to improve interoperability and decrease operational costs for all involved.- Provide value and benefits to members in OMA from all parts of the value chain including content and service providers, information technology providers, mobile operators and wireless vendors such that they elect to actively participate in the organization.
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Misurio AG
Misurio AG
Misurio AG, based in Switzerland, has its own IoT platform which is used to help clients with their problems, improves processes and allow for new revenue models. Misurio originates from the cleantech sector and has strong mathematical, engineering and software development skills.
Ideas2IT Technologies
Founded by an ex-Googler, Ideas2IT started its journey as a high-end product engineering partner for Silicon Valley startups. We honed our skills in solutioning, cutting-edge technology and go-to market strategies with them. As we grew, we added competencies in process, engagement model and delivery to work with enterprises.
Cumulocity (Software AG)
Cumulocity (Software AG)
Cumulocity is the IoT (Internet of Things) / M2M (Machine to Machine) spin off of Nokia Siemens Networks. It focuses on innovate software solutions based on cloud technology for the IoT / M2M market. The solutions have set new industry standards and received industry awards for its innovative concepts.
Number of Partners9
ThingWorx (PTC)
ThingWorx (PTC)
The ThingWorx IoT Technology Platform. One Platform. Limitless Possibilities. ThingWorx is the only enterprise-ready technology platform that enables innovators to rapidly develop and deploy smart, connected solutions for the Internet of Things. Build Fast Connectivity and development tools made for IoT enable developers to quickly create, test and deploy solutions faster than ever thought possible. Build Smart Integrated capabilities of the platform enable developers to create more feature-rich solutions in a fraction of the time of other platforms. Build for Enterprises Developers quickly and easily create IoT solutions that are scalable, secure, and meet the needs of the largest of enterprises.
SAP
SAP
SAP is the leading provider of enterprise resource planning (ERP) software used to integrate back-office functions such as distribution, accounting, human resources, and manufacturing. The backbone of SAP's products has been its on-premise offerings, spearheaded by its Business Suite, which includes ERP and customer relationship management (CRM) software, among others.Year founded: 1972Revenue: $17.6 billion (2014)NYSE: SAP
IBM
IBM
IBM is an American multinational technology and consulting corporation that manufactures and markets computer hardware, middleware and software, and offers infrastructure, hosting and consulting services in areas ranging from mainframe computers to nanotechnology. IBM is intent on leading the development of a global data field.Year founded: 1911Revenue: $92.7 billion (2014)NYSE: IBM
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