Asavie & azeti Partner to Offer Secure Connectivity & Remote Asset Management for IoT

SAN FRANCISCO, CA --- Asavie announces its collaboration with azeti Networks AG. The power of Asavie PassBridge to provide a seamless connectivity experience for IoT devices across heterogeneous networks combined with azeti Networks AG’s ability to manage and monitor remote technical equipment in real time benefits our mutual customers. The collaboration delivers accelerated data collection from multiple sensor types in different physical environments and the ability to quickly scale industrial IoT projects across a secure network.

“To compete in today’s IoT- driven economy, connectivity and the ability to securely manage assets is of paramount importance,” said Lars Jerkland, VP OEM Channels at Asavie. “Both Asavie and azeti solutions deliver on that need today. This partnership enables us to combine the Asavie PassBridge™, secure network connectivity platform with azeti’s expertise in remote asset management enabling our customers to innovate and harness the best in IoT technologies, while efficiently managing assets and maintaining operations’ continuity.”

Andrea Mantovani, Senior Director of Partner Sales with azeti said, “Asavie shares our vision of providing the best IoT services to markets that require secure and seamless connectivity with real-time data for monitoring and managing remote operational technology.”

“By offering Asavie PassBridge’s IoT connectivity management with azeti’s Remote Asset Management software, this partnership benefits our customers seeking to expand their IoT strategies, while maximizing operational efficiencies in a controlled fashion,” concluded Mantovani.

In addition to partnering with Asavie, azeti is an associate partner with Cisco and Dell. Its software enables IoT gateways to collect and process data from sensors and machinery at remote sites.

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