WebNMS Announces Internet of Things Initiatives for 2015

Company Takes on Industry’s Difficult Implementation and Complex Apps

  • IoT implementation to see dramatic changes
  • Integration of diverse connected devices will create complex applications
  • Visit WebNMS at ITEXPO Miami in booth 124
ITEXPO Miami 2015

PLEASANTON, Calif.--()--WebNMS, a leading provider of multi-vendor network management and IoT solutions, today announced four emerging Internet of Things initiatives that will shape 2015, saying the coming year will witness a change in the way IoT is implemented by integrating diverse connected devices to create complex applications. Topping the list is the need for increased energy efficiency, asset performance, analytics, and security management — all factors that will drive Internet of Things adoption by businesses and enterprises in 2015.

WebNMS will roll out its initiatives at ITEXPO Miami, being held January 27-30, 2015, at the Miami Beach Convention Center. The company is exhibiting in booth 124 at the M2M Pavilion.

“With IoT expected to connect around 28 billion devices by 2020, WebNMS is poised to address the market needs by offering a highly scalable IoT platform that enables rapid development of custom IoT applications across a wide range of industries,” said Prabhu Ramachandran, director of Zoho Corporation’s WebNMS. “Also, the growing number of smartphone users, falling sensor costs and the expanding broadband networks will act as catalysts for its expansion.”

WebNMS IoT Initiatives for 2015

Thrive on Energy Efficiency

One of the major driving forces behind IoT adoption is efficiency gains. IoT contributes to creating a sustainable economy by reducing carbon footprint, improving energy efficiency and conserving on energy bills.

WebNMS’ IoT applications like Power Grid Monitoring, Solar Farm Manager and Windmill Manager show the growing relevance of IoT in the energy infrastructure of a country. Apart from the real-time data, WebNMS provides detailed visibility of energy usage patterns, power hungry devices and drills down to even identify issues like energy loss and energy wastage due to pilferage. Achieving sustainability goals will drive businesses to opt for IoT.

Data Traffic and Intelligence

With sensors pouring in data from tens of thousands of connected devices, IoT opens new revenue streams. For instance, machine data on driving behavior from connected cars creates new revenue via pay-as-you-drive insurance. Managed service providers can offer new bundled services for remote monitoring.

In the coming years, IT leaders will focus on developing new revenue models or value-added services to realize game-changing opportunities from IoT. Big data and analytics tools will boost technology spending in 2015.

Evolving Smart City Market

Smart City creates a connected ecosystem where multiple sectors (ranging from healthcare to transportation, utilities, etc.) unite and exchange information, fostering economic growth and a sustainable lifestyle. With governments’ initiatives on infrastructure development across the world, technology providers, data center operators and other stakeholders will focus on creating a roadmap to support the complex integration and massive data traffic that would be generated from the smart city. WebNMS currently offers Road Infrastructure Manager, Power Grid Monitoring and Smart Home targeted at the smart city segment. WebNMS’ highly customizable IoT application platform, with its comprehensive set of development tools, enables building a wide range of IoT solutions.

Powering Security Through the Internet of Things

Another important aspect recognized by WebNMS is the need for improved security. IoT technologies can make businesses more secure with centralized management and control of remote devices, theft monitoring, alert notifications, lighting and HVAC controls, and fire and smoke detection.

For more information about WebNMS, please visit www.webnms.com/iot.

About WebNMS

WebNMS, a leading provider of multi-vendor network management and IoT solutions, offers an award-winning IoT/M2M platform and ready-to-deploy IoT applications. The IoT/M2M solutions are built over the highly scalable WebNMS Framework, which has been deployed more than 25,000 times by telecom service providers worldwide. The WebNMS IoT platform’s rich set of APIs allows OEMs, enterprises and solution providers to develop and deploy IoT applications faster, shrinking development cost and time to market.

From end devices through gateways and on to storage and analytics, the WebNMS IoT platform completely integrates all components of an IoT solution to deliver the business value every industry demands.

The ready-to-deploy IoT applications developed by WebNMS IoT Innovation Lab include ATM Site Manager, Cell Tower Manager, Power Grid Monitoring, DCIM, Windmill Manager, Solar Farm Manager, Smart Home, and Road Infrastructure Manager. For more information about WebNMS, please visit http://www.webnms.com/iot/.

WebNMS is a trademark of Zoho Corporation. All other brand names and product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.

Tags: WebNMS, Zoho, Internet of Things, IoT, M2M, telecom network management, smart city, energy efficiency, security, WebNMS Framework, network management, service orchestration, virtualization, on-demand services, telecom


TECHMarket Communications for WebNMS
Dottie O’Rourke, 650-344-1260

Release Summary

Company takes on industry’s difficult implementation and complex apps. WebNMS will roll out its initiatives at ITEXPO Miami in booth 124.


TECHMarket Communications for WebNMS
Dottie O’Rourke, 650-344-1260