April 17, 2021 10:19 am

Reliance’s Unlimit partners BSNL to offer IoT solutions

Reliance ADA Group firm Unlimit said that it has partnered with BSNL to offer comprehensive IoT solutions and services to the enterprise customers across India.

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ADA Group firm Unlimit said that it has partnered with State-owned Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) to offer comprehensive of Things (IoT) solutions and services to the enterprise customers across India. Under this partnership, Unlimit will leverage pan India wireless network footprint of BSNL. The company will offer services like managed connectivity, application enabling platform and device management, and advanced analytics to various industries said Unlimit.

“We are happy to work with Unlimit, a company that has a track record of providing comprehensive and customized IoT solutions to enterprises across the country. By combining our pan India coverage, last mile network access, and bandwidth with Unlimit’s range of services, we will help enterprises accelerate the pace of their new innovations and fast-track the digital transformation process. Together, we will help enterprises adopt IoT solutions, enabling them to be more competitive, disruptive and agile,” said Anupam Shrivastava, CMD BSNL.

The company said that BSNL’s connectivity, especially in rural area, will help it penetrate the India enterprise market. The company informed that it would focus on industries such as the automobile, digital manufacturing, transportation, logistics, public-sector enterprises and agriculture. Currently, the Unlimit solutions bundled along with the BSNL connectivity is available to deploy in the market.

“In today’s hyper-connected world, this partnership is imperative for maximizing reach and innovation. We are confident that together with BSNL, we can create the right conditions at a rapid pace the industry requires. With the addition of BSNL’s connectivity, we are further expanding our services and capabilities to help scale essential IoT projects in India and contribute significantly in the digitization of the rural society,” stated Jürgen Hase, CEO, Unlimit.

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