Dell’s New Partner Ecosystem For Smart Cities

New Partner Ecosystem

With a strong focus on creating India’s smart cities, Dell has launched the Smart City Partner Ecosystem. The announcement brings a network of organizations with technology expertise to address the Smart City opportunity in India.

This network brings together players offering different solutions and capabilities that will help in execution of Smart Cities & IoT projects. Currently, the network has 12 partners, with more coming on board. Together, this partner ecosystem will jointly go to market with end-to-end offerings to aid India’s next phase of growth.

The government’s ambitious ‘100 Smart Cities’ program aims at addressing the infrastructure gap to make cities more livable, besides enhancing the business and investment climate. Central and State governments are making significant investments in innovative Smart City programs to improve the quality of life for residents and visitors.

Ravinder P Singh, Director – IoT, Smart Cities, Digitization, Dell India said, “India is currently undergoing a massive transformation to become a digitally enabled nation; and technology is at heart of this digital transformation.

The Smart Cities project is a tremendous opportunity. While Dell has the competencies to develop a strong digital blueprint and foundation for smart cities, our partners bring expertise of applications for enablement of smart services. I welcome our partners and look forward to work with them to help India’s metamorphosis into a future-ready economy.”

Dell’s new partner ecosystem has varied, cross functional solutions to cater to Smart City requirements such as garbage tracking and monitoring, smart city operations tracking & control, smart video analytics, intelligent traffic management, smart water, grid management, public transport & traffic optimization tools, free flow traffic management, hazard & emergency management, city wide surveillance management, smart street lighting management and more.

The list of partners identified by Dell for the implementation are, Brillio (focused on creating innovative digital experiences, digital technologies and big data analytics), Comvision (a one-stop shop for traffic optimization and intelligent transportation needs), Fluentgrid (a company enabling transformation of utilities, communities and cities through its mPower software suite), iRam Technologies (simplifying home automation solutions through Internet of Things), Megasoft (focused on high volume transaction processing in Mobile enablement, IOT, Cloud and Cyber Security Technologies), REI Systems (focused on turnkey, web-enabled Smart City IT solutions), Rubenius (provides the solution, funding and execution of utility efficiency projects in energy, water and public lighting including innovative Smart Poles), Secutech Automation (for delivering Smart & Energy Efficient Infrastructure with Smart City Monitoring & Analytics), Teleste (a company that offers end-to-end video surveillance products and solutions, and high level Command & Control integration of various sub-systems for Smart Cities), VideoNetics (focused on design, development and provision of uber modern surveillance products), Webrosoft (provides mobile/cloud based solutions to monitor city cleaning and maintenance operations) and WinGlobal Tek (A Technology Company with businesses across Design Services, Embedded & FPGA Development, IoT , Industrial Automation, Wireless Solutions & Product Representation).

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