Bell has announced a collaboration with a company that will make it easier for businesses to manage their smart devices.
Bell has partnered with the software company ZTE to create a cloud-based service called IoT, which is intended to help businesses manage smart devices with ease.ZTE will work with Bell to create the service, which will allow customers to quickly access and manage their devices, from the comfort of their homes, in the same way that their smartphones do.ZTA will also make the service available to third parties that do not currently offer IoT services, and ZTE said it will make the tool available to businesses as soon as the company has made it available to the general public.
This will enable businesses to quickly manage and protect their data, including their IoT devices, through the same tools that they use on the device, said the company.
The service will also enable enterprises to make sure their smart home devices are safe and secure by allowing them to control their devices remotely.
The Bell partnership with ZTE follows a partnership announced earlier this year with Google, which aims to make it easy for companies to manage and monitor their devices and connected devices through Google’s Android platform.
In a statement, ZTE CEO Michael Stowe said ZTE’s partnership with Bell will allow companies to create an integrated cloud service that is more accessible and intuitive than ever before.ZSTe also said that ZTE has been working with Bell for some time on a range of IoT applications, including smart home security and smart home automation, and that the partnership with the Bell company will enable ZTE and its partners to work together to create IoT solutions that work for businesses and consumers.
“With IoT becoming an increasingly popular platform for business and consumer, ZTA is excited to be partnering with Bell, the leading provider of consumer IoT solutions, to bring IoT solutions to the market,” ZSTe said.
“Our goal with IoT is to bring customers’ IoT devices into the cloud, enabling them to manage them and protect them, with the confidence of knowing they are being protected and protected well.”