Ericsson is teaming up with offshore communications network operator Tampnet to boost operational efficiency and worker safety while decreasing carbon footprint at some of the world’s toughest and remote locations.
The latest sensors and remote monitoring equipment may be delivered to people and places in a variety of remote offshore use cases and connected in real-time thanks to Ericsson IoT Accelerator’s management capabilities.
“Through our partnership with Ericsson, we are bringing the same IoT connectivity benefits to the offshore industry and enterprises, that land-based companies are benefitting from. In many instances, Tampnet is pioneering new services and business models offshore that are later adopted onshore. Together, we are truly digitalizing the high seas as part of the fourth industrial revolution. These are exciting times for our customers,”Frode Støldal, President of Tampnet Americas said.
Tampnet, based in Norway, owns and manages the world’s largest offshore high-capacity, low-latency communication networks, including the North Sea and Gulf of Mexico’s largest. The offshore oil and gas, wind energy, and maritime industries, as well as the carrier industry, are among Tampnet’s customers.
CSP partners have already helped more than 8,500 businesses benefit from Ericsson IoT Accelerator-powered capabilities.
“Our partnership with Tampnet shows that Ericsson has the capability of delivering IoT management to any enterprise or industry customer, in any work environment. We will work closely with Tampnet to ensure that its customers benefit from Ericsson IoT Accelerator just as we are doing with more than 8,500 other enterprises around the world,”Kyle Okamoto, General Manager IoT, Ericsson, said.
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