KDDI Partners With Orange Business Services to Equip More Than One Million Vehicles in Europe With Connected IoT Services

  • Automotive manufacturers Toyota and Mazda leverage connected car capabilities for improved customer experience

  • A seamless connected car platform covers 63 European countries/territories

KDDI, a Japanese telecommunications service provider, has selected Orange Business Services to provide a customized IoT platform for Japanese automotive manufacturers Toyota and Mazda. The platform will allow them to offer connected car capabilities in their vehicles sold across Europe.

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The Orange solution will initially enable the Japanese automotive manufacturers to offer connected services across 63 European countries/territories, via Orange cellular connectivity.

The Orange Business Services connectivity management solution integrates directly into KDDI’s own platform and provides secure, reliable IoT connectivity for Toyota and Mazda to enhance the driver experience through advanced services. Cloud connections are made using Orange backbone networks, offering high-performance and secured interconnections between the parties’ platforms.

Enhancing the European driving experience
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Forecast Business Analysis with COVID-19 impact on the Global Internet of Things (IoT) in Energy Market

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Sep 22, 2020 (PRNews Times via COMTEX) —
The outbreak of COVID-19 has positively impacted the global internet of things (IoT) in energy market. The sustainability of this market is mainly driven by the extensively increasing cyberattacks. Furthermore, the majority of government authorities across the world, are focussing on the implementation of supportive policies that may drive the global market. For instance, in June 2020, the Andhra government set to install IoT devices in medium & small-scale industries (MSMEs) for the energy saving, amid COVID-19 pandemic. This initiative would help to save around 11,000 units per cluster annually.

In addition, due to the critical situation of the COVID-19 pandemic, businesses are more concerned with customer confidence, optimism, and loyalty. Therefore, numerous organizations can go for the adoption of the Internet of Things (IoT) in Energy; and this

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