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Nivis To Manage Internet of Things

Cloud based NOC provides a robust platform for the Internet of Things (IoT)

Nivis, a global leader in Smart Grid and Industrial Wireless networking, announced the availability of the Cloud Network Operations Center (NOC), a core component of the Nivis Smart Object Platform. Cloud NOC is a web-based management tool that leverages cloud computing technologies to provide a simple yet powerful interface to support Smart Objects in highly scalable wireless mesh networks.

Cloud based NOC provides a robust platform for the Internet of Things (IoT), enabling the deployment of applications in hosted or cloud (private or public) environments that automatically scale to meet demand, from the first prototype to field pilot tests and production systems.


Cloud NOC offers easy integration with Internet of Things (IoT) -- connected Smart Objects devices, remote network management, secure data transport and storage, data visualization, and export capability. Web services facilitate integration with external systems, simplifying the development of applications using device data.

"The Internet of Things (IoT) has the potential to change our society -- how we live and how we do business -- but with so many vendors now creating connected products, it can be tricky for users to connect, control, manage, and monitor the wide variety of devices that are available," said Doug Johns, CEO of Nivis. "Nivis' Cloud based NOC platform enables simple and rapid deployment of Smart Objects for the Internet of Things (IoT) by providing a single, easy-to-use web-based platform that can be used with all types of Smart Objects devices."

Cloud NOC targets a wide variety of applications ranging from Smart Metering (electric, water, and gas), Smart Lighting, and Smart City applications to home and office automation, environmental and agricultural monitoring, healthcare, and many more.

The Smart Object communication stack package will be offered through Nivis' distributors and integrators.

About Nivis
Founded in 1998, Nivis is a leader in open standard wireless sensing and control network technologies, including 6LoWPAN, ISA100.11a, and WirelessHART. Nivis technologies are field-proven and at work today inside some of the largest smart metering and industrial wireless deployments. Nivis serves customers in 30 countries worldwide through its distributors and integrators.

Nivis' customers are able to reduce development time and costs while adding standards-based benefits such as interoperability and broad market acceptance. Contact us today to find out how we can enable your next project to take part in the Internet of Things (IoT).

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