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HCL’s iCE.X is the latest entrant in the market. This platform is considered to be the most reliable and scalable in terms of favoring the customer premises equipment (CPE). Conforming to a wide range of IoT devices and equipment such as microchips, sensors, applied gateways, cells and more, the high-tech platform leverages smart process and component monitoring assistance to the services provided by the telecom and media industries.
This latest machine management system widens the scope for applied connective sciences to explode and provides complete security to the network along with ensuring peer to peer interaction protection. It features a zero-touch security wall which promises strong on-boarding of the components of the system. Ensuring multiple protocol compliance the IoT framework drives the formulation of use-cases, which cover almost every practical possibility for sophisticating the workflow mechanisms of the devices.
Showering a delighted opportunity for the fields of telecom and media iCE.X offers specially designed personalized solutions which help them unleash the business aspect of future technology. Such customized and attended experiences shift to a work culture, which is driven by technology and machine, eliminating human intervention to a great extent. Known for offering seamless connectivity the idea of IoT device management is expected to serve that part of the industrial world, which has a critical requirement to transform the business processes and develop result-driven models which cater to the competitive strategies as per the market standards.
HCL’s holistic IoT driven device management protocol serves as a single end to end solution, which offers an option of central monitoring through which, the entire network, its interfaces and interactions, processes, and component specifications can be managed efficiently at one stretch.