Telit integrates deviceWISE AEP with Google Cloud Bigtable

Building on the deviceWISE AEP integration for Google Cloud Platform BigQuery, Telit has now added Cloud-to-Cloud connectors for Bigtable. This development is another significant step towards harmonizing the worlds of connected devices and Cloud computing in a simple and seamless fashion – bringing new opportunities for all. Testing

The collaboration between Telit and Google Cloud Platform unlocks the full potential of the Internet of Things. Cloud experts no longer need to know the ins-and-outs of IoT and the cloud is no longer intimidating for connected device experts. Google Cloud Platform customers now have a simple method to onboard to the IoT using a proven and scalable solution that connects “things” to the Cloud – allowing them to focus on big data analytics and application development. In turn, existing and future Telit customers now have easy access to the vast capabilities and resources of the Google Cloud Platform.Testing

Bigtable is at the core of nearly all of Google's largest applications, most notably Google Search. And unlike comparable market offerings, Cloud Bigtable doesn't require users to sacrifice speed, scale, or cost efficiency when applications grow. It's bigger than a data warehouse, fast enough for real-time access, and less expensive than running virtual machines.

Bigtable allows developers to spend more time developing valuable applications and less time architecting solutions that scale. Similarly, Telit offers an integrated portfolio of products, value added wireless services and a cloud-centric application enablement platform that lets customers focus on the creation of solutions for the market sector they will serve.

Google Cloud Bigtable offers enterprises a fast, fully managed, near infinitely scalable NoSQL database service ideal for Web, mobile and IoT applications. It has been battle-tested at Google for 10 years: the database drives all major applications including Google Analytics, Gmail and YouTube.
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