SAP expands IoT capabilities with acquisition of PLAT.ONE

On September 28, 2016, SAP announced its acquisition of PLAT.ONE (see the May 19, 2016 LRIIoTJ). This is the latest in a string of acquisitions of pure-play internet of things (IoT) platforms this year by large information and communications technology (ICT) providers, including Cisco’s acquisition ...

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