HPE to launch Internet of Things CoE in India

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Bangalore: HPE has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Information Technology Development Agency (ITDA), Uttarakhand. Under this MoU, HPE will set up an Internet of Things (IoT) Centre of Excellence (CoE) in Dehradun, India.

ITDA is a registered society with the Government of Uttarakhand. The HPE and ITDA led IoT CoE is designed to provide a platform to train underprivileged students with technical backgrounds. And help to develop computer applications in healthcare to improve access of healthcare programs to the people.

“Today, technologies such as IoT are enabling us to increase the efficiency, quality and sustainability of various services in different areas including healthcare,” said Som Satsangi, MD – India, HPE.

“We are happy to partner with ITDA, Uttarakhand to launch this Center of Excellence (CoE), which will help students harness the benefits of IoT to develop and implement innovative applications,” added Satsangi.

The fully-equipped CoE will be a state-of-the-art green facility. HPE will provide the standard medical, IT and networking equipment, access to Electronic Medical Record (EMR) 2.0, and data hosting.

The CoE will provide students with the training on HPE hardware, operating systems, EMR and medical equipment. ITDA will run and manage this IoT CoE.

HPE has undertaken numerous initiatives to promote the deployment and adoption of technologies, such as IoT to advance the way people live and work.

In 2019, HPE partnered with Agastya International Foundation to set up a CoE in Gudipalli, Chittoor district, Andhra Pradesh. It provides skill students in IoT-based agriculture and supports local farmers to help them achieve higher food production from finite land resources.

This CoE has generated significant benefits for local farmers. The CoE has enabled them to increase crop yields, nutritional value and revenue from their produce by applying technology.

The CoE offers cutting-edge IoT solutions to customers and partners across industries. HPE had launched a Customer Experience Center (CEC) in Bangalore in 2020.

This CEC also demonstrates proof of concepts using IoT, artificial intelligence (AI), and machine learning (ML) technologies. This can help to propel the growth of local economies.

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