Xingtera Debuts New Smart City, Augmented IoT Platform

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The smart city and IoT platform, named Xingtrium, will leverage technology from Qualcomm.

Smart city IoT solution provider Xingtera announced plans to launch Xingtrium, a Qualcomm-enabled smart city platform. The platform includes all essential services within the smart city vertical including:

  • Smart Street Lighting
  • Smart Traffic Management
  • Smart Public Safety and Emergency Systems
  • Smart Parking, Smart Transportation
  • Smart EV Charging
  • Smart Power Grid and Utilities

All are integrated seamlessly into the solution via a smart cloud and artificial intelligence platform. Xingtera will use Qualcomm’s technology and established IoT product portfolio to

Those verticals are integrated seamlessly via a Smart Cloud and Artificial Intelligence (AI) platform to improve and expand its smart city offering within the Xingtrium platform and also to improve the global delivery of smart services.

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“Xingtera, a company dedicated to the Smart City platform, will leverage its technical expertise and vertical experience to drive the IoT ecosystem by utilizing the superior performance and rapid deployment of Qualcomm Technologies-enabled solutions.  We are honored and excited to work with Qualcomm Technologies in these endeavors,” says Yuqing Niu, Xingtera CEO.

“Qualcomm Technologies creates the breakthrough technologies that change how the world connects, computes, and communicates,” added Jeffery Torrance, vice president, IoT, Qualcomm Technologies Inc. “We are proud to help enable Xingtera as they seek to break new ground in the field of Smart Cities and IoT globally with this exciting new platform.”

According to studies by Gartner and Frost & Sullivan, the IoT and smart city markets are experiencing rapid growth. The number of IoT devices is expected to reach 20.4 billion by 2020 and the market value for smart cities is expected to surpass $2 trillion by 2025.

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