According to a recent release, Aeris, a technology provider in the Internet of Things (IoT), is bringing to CES its Aeris Fusion IoT Network, an intelligent, 5G-ready connectivity solution. Partnering with Google Cloud Platform as the infrastructure provider, the Fusion IoT Network reportedly is designed to intelligently respond to a rapidly changing global environment. CES attendees can visit the Aeris Booth #2718, in the IoT Infrastructure Pavilion at the Westgate, for a first-hand look.
“We’re celebrating our fifth year at CES and are excited to show how Aeris has evolved over the past year, particularly with the launch of the Fusion IoT network, which is helping businesses around the world develop and deploy new IoT solutions,” said Christina Richards, VP, global marketing, Aeris. “We look forward to diving deeper into the wide variety of industries in which Aeris plays a major part in enabling connectivity and success.”
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