Atos and Siemens extend partnership working on IoT systems

By Sophie Chapman
The IT services firm, Atos, and the German manufacturer, Siemens, have announced the extension of their partnership working on digital services and tech...

The IT services firm, Atos, and the German manufacturer, Siemens, have announced the extension of their partnership working on digital services and technologies.

The two companies will focus on MindSphere – Siemens’ cloud-based, open IoT operating system.

The firms aim to establish a preferred partnership for the provision MindSphere On-premise, to be managed by Atos.

The system has been designed to allow customers to deploy and manage business-driven applications on site in a secure way.

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The MindSphere On-premise solution will be operational and ready for deployment by September this year.

Atos has developed a drive to manage Manufacturing IoT exploitation using innovation and compliance, making it the first to partner with Siemens on the project.

“Atos is excited to help its customers take advantage of its Cloud and provide to MindSphere, the open, Cloud-based IoT operating system of Siemens our strategic partner, the ability to transform their digital-driven businesses at global scale, in close proximity to their data location, with a high degree of standardization,” stated Senior Executive Vice President of Atos, Gilles Grapinet.

“It is an important element of the end-to-end digital transformation factory services delivered by Atos”.

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