Top Executive: Rajeev Suri, CEO
Nokia recently launched its Impact Internet of Things plat­form, which it says enables service providers, enterprises and governments to securely manage and scale IoT ecosys­tems -- giving its partners capabilities such as data collection and analytics, device management, security and application enablement.
The Finland-based company's Connectivity Management platform manages high volumes of connections from sensors and devices, including those that use SIM connections. It also offers deployment options and modules for capabilities such as billing, mediation and CRM. Nokia's IoT capabilities span across several markets, including the automotive fleet indus­try, utilities and smart cities.
Most recently, Nokia in April said it would acquire Withings to bolster its IoT offerings in the digital health space. Nokia did not disclose the purchase price.