Realize the Benefits of the IoT
The IoT can potentially transform nearly every industry to change the way we live and work, locally and globally. Companies in all industries face challenges to build infrastructures that meet the changing requirements of scale and data management, run on standards, and are highly secure and interoperable.
At Cisco, we can connect the unconnected with an open standard, integrated architecture from the cloud to end devices - with exceptional reliability and security.
Why Cisco Is Different
- We offer new ways to manage and store data in the cloud and data center.
- We provide industry-specific solutions that can improve productivity and operational efficiency today, while laying the foundation for tomorrow's IoT opportunities.
- We currently offer solutions for manufacturing, oil and gas, smart cities, mining, utilities, and transportation.
Together with our IoT partner ecosystem, we'll help ensure that you migrate, implement, and manage connectivity of your previously unconnected assets effectively and more securely.
How You Can Benefit
New Operational Efficiencies
Data from your factory floor, logistics network, and supply chain can reduce inventory, downtime, and time to market, as well as simplify operations.
Improved Safety and Security
Sensors and video cameras can help improve workplace safety and guard against physical threats. Connected incident response can help teams resolve situations faster.
Distributed Intelligence and Control
More frequent, remote software upgrades and enhancements can extend the efficiency and value of your resources, products, and services.
Faster and Better Decision Making
Distributing intelligence and control offloads repetitive decisions and can help prioritize decisions that people need to make.
New Business Opportunities and Revenue Streams
More and new ways to analyze data can help identify new potential markets and business opportunities.
How Cisco Defines the IoT
The Internet of Everything builds upon the IoT to connect people, data, and more. (2:00 min)Watch now