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IoT and IBM Cloud® are creating opportunities for growth

The Internet of Things (IoT) is the billions of physical devices around the world that are now connected to the internet, all collecting and sharing data.

By combining IoT data with IBM Cloud technologies, business can extract valuable insights to improve virtually every aspect of their operations and enable innovative, new business models.

Your device or gateway

Start with your device and connect it with an IBM Cloud recipe.


Connect to the IBM Cloud using open, lightweight MQTT or HTTP. 

IBM Watson® IoT Platform

Manage connected devices so your apps can access live and historical data.

REST and real-time APIs

Use highly-secure APIs to connect your apps with data from your devices.

Your application and analytics

Create analytic apps in the IBM Cloud, another cloud or your own servers.

Start small, scale fast

Connect, collect and start processing IoT data quickly and easily with the IBM Watson IoT® Platform.

Value from your IoT data
Visualize, analyze and act

Take advantage of the analytics service for visualization and AI-driven analytics in the cloud.

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Facilities management

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Systems engineering

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