New Delhi: Reliance Jio speaks with OEMs that it is in advanced talks and trials with originals equipment inventor (OEMs) to launch its internet of things (IoT) service all over the country. Jio’s pan-india IoT network-based on narrowband IoT tech is already operating which was launched in partnership with south korea major Samsung.
TELCO said about it that it has developed a comprehensive solution with device, diagnostics, connectivity, support and platorm.
Chairman of reliance industries Mukesh D.Ambani had previously said that Jio was aiming to connect at least a billion connected IoT devices to its (IoT) internet of Things platform, unlocking Rs 20,000 crore annual revenue opportunity per year for the company.
Jio, speaks that it had successfully conducted pilots with various electricity DISCOMS. It is integrating its IoT solution with top meter OEMs and has tied up systems integrators for the rollout, Jio speaks about it. Mukesh Ambani-Led telco is also looking to tap the smart city space with its smart city space with its smart lighting solutons also.
Senior VP of engineering & technology Ayush sharma said, ” ….Jio is looking at these technologies to enable world’s largest programmable network with alternate technologies available”.
Jio, also revealed in its annalistic presentation that its pilot is in progress for smart solution for a major hospitality chain.
Jio is planning to launch a complete suits of IoT devices included smart speakers, smart bulbs and switches also, to further sweeten its Jio Fiber broad band offering. Soon they will launch smart monitoring solution comprising outdoor and indoor camera for home and offices. Also they will launching its secure streaming and cloud storage in India.
Jio earlier claimed that it is only telco in India to have the capability and network footprint for a nationwide Iaunch of (NB-IoT) services in India, having rolled out commercial proofs of concepts for the services in kochi, Jaipur, Bengaluru and chennai. Bharti Airtel is also working on its (NB-IoT) network in India.