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ARROW AND QUALCOMM COLLABORATE ON SERVICES OEMS AN D SYST


ARROW A A AND QUALCOMM


COLLABORATE ON SERVICES TO OEMS AND SYSTEM INTEGRATORS


S T EGR


the global accelerat distributed sensors


RATORS


smart cities accelerator program of Qualcomm Technologies for the global acceleration of edge compute, 5G appliances and NB-IoT distributed sensors.


rrow Electronics has announced that it will participate in the smart cities acc


solutions that combine existing mobile broadband networks while re-imagining existing infrastructure in cities around th This will help integ


Qualcomm Technologies is promoting a library of smechnologies is promoting a library of smart city solutions that com bine existing mobile broadband netw ing infrastructure in cit


processing and an ecosy “Arrow brings co


his will help integrate solut processing and an e


Arrow as a services player t


grate solutions with secure interopera ecosystem to deploy at scale.


o deploy at


“Arrow brings considerable experience with Qualcomm onsiderable experience with Qualcom Technologies’ prod ucts and in turn, t ucts, and in turn the company recog s player to design, build, integrate an


echnologies’ products, and in turn, t Arrow as a services


senior director of business development Qualcomm Technologies. “Qualcomm Tech


echnologies. echnologies brings both edge compute capabilit hnologies brings both edge compute chell, vice president


with its processors, as well as wide-area and local-area t from BLE to WiFi to Aiden Mitchell, vice “The acquisition of


expertise in various Qualcomm T


smart city SIs and V city SIs and VARs.” invest


to collaborate with OEMs to develop smart city edge ap those offerings to market through ou VARs.”


Technology inve stment is essential as cities embrace technologies to tac


with increasing challenges t safety and energy.


allenges to provide efficient transpor global solutions at Arrow. e capability


with its processors , as well as wide-area and local-area t E to WiFi to 3G, 4GLTE, 5G and small cell solutions,” said t Arrow.


he acquisition of eInfochips, an engineering services firm wit expertise in various


a technologies


o 3G, 4GLTE, 5G and small cell solutions,” said e president of IoT global solutions at


f eInfochips, an engineering services firm with s Qualcomm Technologies products, allows Arrow


o collaborate with OEMs to develop smart city edge appliances and, then in turn, take t


hrough our network of ial as cities embrace new


ransportat ww


e new


echnologies to tackle the intersection of urban populatckle the intersection of urban popula tion growth with increasing cha


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allows Arrow ppliances and, ur network of


next generation of connected edge applications for infrast buildings, transportation, and public safety,” said Sanjeransportation, and public safety,” said Sanjeet Pandit, eet Pandit, senior director of b


next generation of connected edge applications for infr mm recognises egrate and t gnises


nd test the rastructure,


business development and head of smart cities, mart cities, h secure interoperability mart city


works while he world.


ability, edge


celerator program of Qualcomm Technologies for tion of edge compute, 5G appliances and NB-IoT .


hnologies for s and NB-IoT


INTERACT A nn


digital map det storage projects


Innovation (CBI). The map include lead battery energy to Asia and Europe


INTERACTIVE MAP PINPOIN LEAD BAT INSTALLA


digital map detailin


cludes diverse case studies demon ergy storage in


local power grids an remote communities. CBI director, Dr A interest in lead bat systems all over th


ities.


LEAD BATTERY ENERGY STORAGE INSTALLATIONS WORLDWIDEATIONS WORLDWI


storage projects has been unveiled by the Consortium for Battery


tailing more than 120 lead battery-powered en s has been


ited States,


es diverse case studies demonstrating successful y storage installations from the United States,


and renewable energy systems. This includes providing local power grids a nd supplying off-grid electricity in o t


director, Dr Alistair Davidson lead battery en


systems all over the world. The aim of this initiative is to highlight some of these installations and en other examples, de


itiative is to highlight some of these ncourage companies to share


other examples, demonstrating the variety of emonstrating the variety of projects currently i n place.


tly in research to support research to support developmen


battery life and performan energy systems and The feature is in nn


“A focus of CBI is to conduct pre-competitive t development of the next


generation of lead batteries, extending both rformance, to support diverse d electrification.”.”


generation of lead batteries, extending both battery life and per


ncluded on the Consortium for


Battery Innovation’s website: www.batteryinnov


vation.org


d Europe. It details how this storage is supportin e. It details how this storage is suppo ergy systems. This in


orting utility g back-up for order to power


Alistair Davidson, said: “We are seeing growing ng growing ttery energy storage for utility and re he world. The aim of


d ren enewables owered energy sortium for Battery


TIVE MAP PINPOINTS TTERY ENERGY ST ORAGE


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