Amazon Web Services (AWS) and C3 IoT are expanding their existing collaboration with a large-scale go-to-market strategy. The two companies intend to invest more in existing customer deployments, joint sales, technology integrations, global event series and training for joint solutions for sales and delivery personnel.
The aim of the renewed collaboration with AWS is to increase the adoption of Artificial Intelligence (AI) among organisations in the commercial and public sectors. The C3 platform on AWS has now been deployed by more than 30 organisations, including John Deere, Engel and Engie, according to ZDNet.
Siebel founded C3 IoT in 2009. The company offers a business Platform as a Service (PaaS) for AI, predictive analytics, big data, and other IoT applications. The platform focuses on workloads that process data from connected devices. This applies in particular to industrial tools. The company also offers analytics and insights based on the collected data.
The company is growing rapidly and today focuses on multiple industries with its platform and strong ties with Amazon. The collaboration with AWS came for a partnership with Microsoft Azure this year. Recently, the company has also partnered with Google Cloud on AI and IoT deployments.
As a result, the company collaborates with the three major cloud parties. In the course of May, a collaboration with Intel was added, which made it possible for companies to run C3 on-premise.This news article was automatically translated from Dutch to give Techzine.eu a head start. All news articles after September 1, 2019 are written in native English and NOT translated. All our background stories are written in native English as well. For more information read our launch article.