TIBCO and Jabil Collaborate on Industrial IoT Solutions


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TIBCO Software Inc. and EMS firm Jabil Inc. have forged a strategic relationship to deliver innovative industrial IoT (IIoT) solutions for leading brands. By leveraging TIBCO's Project Flogo framework and ecosystem, Jabil will develop embedded applications with machine learning capabilities for smart appliances and other IoT-enabled consumer products and industrial equipment.

Leveraging TIBCO LABS, TIBCO's technology innovation program, Jabil and TIBCO will help leading brands bring IoT solutions to market faster. With over 100 facilities in 29 countries, Jabil is a product solutions company providing comprehensive electronics design, production, and product management services to global electronics and technology companies. The unique combination of Jabil’s deep manufacturing and design expertise, along with TIBCO's integration, analytics, and machine learning solutions, will speed time to market for smart appliances and other IIoT projects.

"Collaborating with a leading electronic services manufacturing company brings TIBCO's market-leading offerings to a key global industry," said Rajeev Kozhikkattuthodi, vice president of product management, TIBCO. "As we continue to evolve Project Flogo’s edge computing and machine learning capabilities, we're confident our relationship with Jabil will have a lasting impact on the future of IIoT and advance the manufacturing industry."

Project Flogo provides Jabil with an open source edge application framework for building lightweight, event-driven solutions with artificial intelligence and machine learning capabilities.

"TIBCO brings a wealth of expertise in the areas of software-based edge compute frameworks, as well as machine learning and analytics," said Carey Paulus, vice president, global business units, Jabil. "We're very excited to kick off this new relationship to deliver innovative IoT solutions that enable our customers to explore new business models and build stronger consumer relationships."

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