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Industry 4.0 connectivity vendor names partners

Industry 4.0 connectivity vendor names partners

US Industry 4.0 connectivity specialist Ataya has announced a collection of system integrators and channel resellers to launch its Harmony industrial connectivity platform across Europe, Japan, South Korea, and South-East Asia.

ADLINK, Wave-in Communications, Quanta Computer, Accuver Group, and Opticoms will sell Harmony outside the US.

The Harmony smart factory and intelligent operations system is already used by a number organisations globally.

Puneet Sethi, senior vice president of products at Ataya, said: “To serve growing demand and existing customers we now have partnerships with resellers and systems integrators globally. That provides competitive advantage to our regional partners, as they can leverage universal connectivity, reduce costs and improve their customers’ experience.”

Johann Schmid, chief executive at Germany-based Opticoms, which has relationships with Airspan and Druid Software, added: “We are the regional leaders in industrial and private 5G and have spent many years surveying, investing and validating multiple vendor solutions.

"Ataya’s Harmony stands out because of its universal connectivity and focus on managed service provider capabilities, which was a deciding factor for us and is already yielding results for our business.”

Ataya launched a simplified 5G standalone (5G SA) access point for small- and medium-sized private 5G deployments last month, to deliver easier deployments.