Cisco, Tieto Ink Internet Of Everything Deal


Cisco and Tieto, one of the largest IT services company in the Nordic countries, have signed a global Internet of Everything collaboration. Tieto is the first Nordic company to join the application developer community for Cisco’s IOx, which provides an application platform for running Linux-based software directly on Cisco’s IoT network platforms.

Tieto and Cisco are targeting specific industry issues or opportunities in many industries says the networking behemoth, starting in manufacturing and transportation, where the first offerings will become available already this autumn.

[Image courtesy: Tieto]

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