Samsung Artik Cloud announced Monday a collaboration with T-Mobile to enable the launch of Breezie, an IoT solution for senior care. The collaboration with U.S. wireless provider T-Mobile to support Samsung Artik Cloud, will allow healthcare solution platforms to get to market faster and implement richer, connected services.
The Samsung Artik Cloud is part of the Samsung Artik Smart IoT platform that unifies hardware, software, cloud, security and partner ecosystems in a single offering so that enterprises and healthcare companies can reduce the time, cost and risk typically associated with the delivery of complex IoT solutions. Samsung Artik Cloud complies with HIPAA requirements.
Samsung Artik Cloud is an open data exchange platform for the Interoperability of Things (IoT). Artik Cloud provides easy-to-use, open APIs and tools to securely collect, store, and act on any data from any connected device or cloud service, and is designed to accelerate time to market and revenue of a new generation of IoT solutions and services.
Artik empowers developers with easy-to-use APIs and SDKs, extensive documentation and rich tools. It hides the complexity inherent in IoT behind open, enterprise-grade APIs. The smart IoT platform provides end-to-end security and data protection that starts at the hardware level, securely on-boards new devices, and extends to cloud and device interactions with the ecosystem.
By integrating Samsung Artik Cloud and T-Mobile, companies like Breezie don’t have to sacrifice interoperability with other connected devices and services. The onboarding and interoperability of Samsung Artik Cloud allows connected devices – such as Amazon Alexa, Samsung SmartThings, iHealth Feel Wireless Blood Pressure Monitor and the Pulse Oximeter – to communicate with each other.
Samsung Artik Cloud also offers a simplified development process that shortens time to market and enables healthcare solution platforms to focus on differentiation and innovation.
Breezie’s Samsung tablet-based platform simplifies the complexities of connected devices to improve care and services for elderly individuals, as well as support day-to-day lives and post-surgical recovery. Each Breezie interface has more than 40 preconfigured accessibility settings and sensor driven analytics to adjust for different levels of digital literacy, as well as physical and cognitive ability.
“We are proud that Breezie selected Samsung Artik Cloud and T-Mobile as their IoT solution partners,” said James Stansberry, senior vice president and general manager of Samsung Artik Smart IoT platform. “Through the Samsung Artik Cloud and T-Mobile platform, Breezie and other leading healthcare companies can utilize the power of the IoT to provide better healthcare services, improve the lives of patients and reduce costs.”
“Together, T-Mobile and Samsung Artik Cloud are removing the pain points in healthcare and IoT to deliver a market leading platform to customers,” said Doug Chartier, senior vice president of MVNO, IoT and national retail at T-Mobile. “By joining forces with Samsung Artik Cloud, we’ve streamlined the process for companies to bring their connected IoT solutions to market.”
Last month, Samsung added to its Artik ecosystem new partners as part of the Aartik End-to-End platform.
Axsys Automation is a one-stop customer engineering partner with an extensive background in embedded product development, cloud-based solutions, embedded software, and application software development. The company also provides complete turnkey manufacturing services from concept through production.
eInfochips is a product engineering and software R&D services company with an expertise in building end-to-end solutions with the Artik platform. From semiconductor, hardware, and embedded systems to software and testing, eInfochips provides valuable support to enable customers’ product vision from research, design, and deployment through product sustainment.
Mobiliya provides device-to-cloud software engineering and system integration services with specialization in the Internet of Things, enterprise software, embedded systems, security, augmented reality and automotive. To help Artik customers realize IoT solutions, Mobiliya extends its existing set of niche engineering capabilities ranging from cloud integration, data analytics to, among other things, building end user applications.