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UROS Group Partners with Tata Communications to boost up IoT and Smart City projects

UROS Group Partners with Tata Communications to boost up IoT and Smart City projects

Finland-based company, UROS Group has made an announcement that it is joining hands with India’s Tata communication in order to boost the use of IoT and Smart City solutions across large commercial and public sector organisations around the world.

In the partnership, both the company’s resources and technologies will be leveraged. URO’S IoT-based platform will be powered by Tata Communication’s IoT connectivity platform. It will gear up IoT enabled devices and services among different industry verticals which will include smart cities and connectivity, constructions, sports& media, oil &gas, food&beverage, municipal water, etc.

The Finnish company will utilize Tata CommunicationseSIM-MOVE bootstrap and physical sim capability. It will help the company to speed up the launch of the latest IoT devices for its users, and along with that, the company will also reduce the roaming cost and simply connectivity management. End users around the world will reap the benefits of the seamless and always connected IoT experience.

The partnership also focuses on the fast-growing Smart City and IoT market. As per reports, by 2020, the use of IoT connected devices will reach 20.4 billion and the by 2025, the market value for smart cities will surpass $2 trillion.

According to Tata Communications, the move by the company to partner with UROS Group is a part of the plan of developing truly borderless mobile experiences for people and things and growth strategy in the global IoT market.


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