ATLANTA – Nov. 19, 2020 – Cox Communications’ commercial IoT product division, Cox2M, was recently selected by John Deere to implement smart asset-tracking technology at its supply facility in Augusta, Georgia.
“It’s a privilege to partner with a market leader like John Deere that’s constantly investing in new technology to bring world-class products to customers,” said Barak Weinisman, vice president, general manager of Cox2M. “We’re excited to deliver our innovative asset-tracking technology to help Deere digitize operations and simplify the manufacturing workflow.”
Cox Communications is increasingly expanding its commercial product portfolio through internal product development, strategic investment and acquisition, including Cox Business telecommunication solutions, managed cloud services, complex network management for hotel, convention centers and stadiums, remote healthcare and Cox2M.
A Cox Communications business line, Cox2M is committed to enabling truly connected environments by providing commercial Internet of Things (IoT) solutions to businesses and communities. Cox2M delivers the ability to monitor and track commercial assets, powering operational efficiencies and improved experiences for customers. Cox2M's end-to-end solutions seamlessly integrate connectivity, hardware, software, and analytics to solve customer problems. Cox2M currently serves the automotive, agriculture, and smart city sectors and is broadening its focus to other industries. For information on how Cox2M creates connected environments, visit www.cox2m.com.
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