Ericsson’s high-end technology and expertise in M2M field has earned another feather in its cap. According to reports, Brighter has decided to select Ericsson Device Connection Platform (DCP) to implement M-Health solutions effectively. The DCP will work as company’s international connectivity management platform.
Brighter will use DCP to standardize its solutions and roll out the life cycle management, distribution and control of Brighter One – a connected device used for the treatment of diabetes. It is equipped with insulin injection capabilities and blood sugar measurement. Brighter is looking forward to entering into a partnership with operators that deploy connectivity management services with the help of DCP.
What Is DCP?
DCP or Device Connection Platform is one of the leading M2M or IoT platforms focusing on connectivity management, OSS/BSS, and subscription management to automate business processes between enterprises and operators.
According to Anders Olin, VP-Product Area Network Functions, Ericsson, the company holds a great command on IoT and assumes that m-health can present numerous opportunities to explore in the future.
With increasing scope of Internet of Things, companies can start offering e-health services to their customers using M2M technology in an effective way. Brighter hopes to expand in overseas markets with the help of DCP platform and explore new growth opportunities in the future.