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Microsoft and C3 IoT pair up for Enterprise Al


C3 IoT and Microsoft Corp. as of late declared a key association that will deliver novel innovation technology and additionally go-to-market activities that encourage the speeding up of big business artificial intelligence and Internet of Things (IoT) application development.

Under the domain of this key organization, the two organizations will build up a “better together” solution, which will incorporate the C3 IoT Platform – a low-code, high-productivity Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) for scaling IoT and AI crosswise over endeavors, completely coordinated to keep running on Microsoft Azure. Moreover, C3 IoT will use Microsoft Azure as a favored cloud stage. The two organizations will co-manage promoting and offering programs that quickly scale dissemination worldwide and in addition improved preparing for devoted groups to quicken customers’ time to value.

The coordinated effort between C3 IoT and Microsoft will enable clients to all the more rapidly make and convey computerized reasoning based applications for transformative use cases like dynamic inventory advancement, AI predictive support, CRM, and precision healthcare.

Judson Althoff, Executive Vice President, Worldwide Commercial Business, Microsoft, said, “AI is one of the most transformative technology paradigms of our time in its ability to empower companies, societies, and economies to achieve more. C3 IoT’s proven technology and strong customer relationships make them an ideal partner in helping drive forward AI-based solutions built on the intelligent cloud.”

The organizations declared that the C3 IoT Platform is currently accessible on Microsoft Azure and completely incorporated with an arrangement of Azure services, for example, Azure Machine Learning, Azure IoT Hub, and big data and advanced analytics solutions.

C3 IoT is an AI and IoT programming stage went for digital transformation.

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