CyberVision

Karl Williams

Karl Williams

on 6 February 2015

CyberVision is a trusted global provider of IT engineering services that offers extensive technical expertise in the following industries: IoT, mobility, big data and telecom. As the authors of Kaa – an open-source platform for building perfectly tuned cross-technology IoT solutions – CyberVision provides comprehensive services in IoT software design and implementation, IoT product integration and support.

CyberVision is very excited about the collaboration with Canonical around Kaa and Snappy Ubuntu Core. We are positive that both our integrated solutions will allow many businesses to dramatically accelerate their IoT products roll-out. From our side, as the Kaa platform creators, we are happy to aid the IoT vendors by providing consultation services, trainings, assistance in product, architecture conceptualization and development, and production support.

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