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HPE opens APAC innovation lab to tap IoT market
This article is part of the CW Asia-Pacific issue of April 2018
Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) has opened the doors to its first internet of things (IoT) innovation lab in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region to capture a slice of the fast-growing technology segment. Housed in HPE’s APAC headquarters in Singapore, the new lab – one of four across the globe – will bring together different players in the IoT ecosystem to test the use of IoT across a myriad of industries, including manufacturing, healthcare and retail. Singapore-based startup gridComm, for example, has developed a smart lighting system that provides responsive lighting controls, such as brightening of lighting when sensors detect foot traffic, to improve public safety and lower operational cost. The system is powered by HPE’s IoT gateway and HPE Edgeline Converged Edge systems, as well as the HPE Universal IoT platform and HPE data analytics capabilities for IoT device management. In addition, HPE has worked with chipmaker Nvidia and Singapore-based video analytics startup Xjera Labs on a video surveillance system that processes ...
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