Cisco Launches Internet of Things (IoT) Systems

Cisco IOT

Cisco IOT

Cisco has launched into the internet of Things (IoT) ring, with a new system targeting smart city infrastructure.

The Cisco’s IoT System consists of 15 IoT products starting from 4G modules to security cameras to mass-transit WiFi access points, all aimed at “turning data into action”.

The VP and GM of the IoT Systems,  Kip Compton at Cisco, said: “The Cisco IoT System provides a comprehensive set of IoT technologies and product that change and accelerate the deployment of infrastructure for the IoT. This new systems approach delivers a framework that creates it attainable to deploy, accelerate and innovate with IoT.”

In Australia Cisco plans to unveil its 1st IoE Innovation Centre via a WebEx media conference hosted by CTO Kevin (“Blochy”) Bloch at 4pm tomorrow.

Among the new products are the IW3702 wireless access purpose for mass transit and city transport, and a variety of 360-degree 720p Internet Protocol(ip) cameras.



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