Dell yesterday celebrated the one-year anniversary of the formation of its IoT division, signifying its commitment to the advancement of data-driven innovation and digital transformation. The launch of the IoT division and Dell’s first purpose-built IoT solution, the Edge Gateway 5000 Series, intend to enable real world IoT solutions for businesses.
“We’re proud of the progress that we’ve made this past year,” said Andy Rhodes, executive director, Commercial IoT Solutions, Dell. “With the launch of the Edge Gateway and Embedded Box PCs, our quickly growing partnership program and now our successful IoT Gateway Contest, our efforts underscore Dell’s deep commitment to driving IoT adoption for real world use.”
Dell also announced winners of its “Connect What Matters” IoT Contest, which encouraged businesses large and small to submit interesting, practical, data-driven ideas. The platinum winner is V5 Systems, a provider of portable, solar-powered security and Industrial IoT solutions. This technology can be deployed without being tied to power or data cables for applications from law enforcement to agriculture to other outdoor uses. The portable units contain analytics, multiple sensors (including video, acoustic and chemical detection), power, computing and Wi-Fi and cellular communications. V5 evolved its intelligent security platform to support more use cases and technologies by working with Dell OEM Services to provide intelligent gateways for use at the edge of networks expanding Industrial IoT applications.
“Working with Dell has allowed us the opportunity to expand our product offering and our product vision with the Industrial IoT as our primary focus,” said Mazin Bedwan, Co-Founder and President, V5 Systems. “We have integrated the Dell IoT gateway into our technology offering taking edge computing and Industrial IoT to the outdoors; where it belongs.”
Check out the infographic here: Dell-IOT-Anniv-Infographic.pdf