C-DOT develops CCSP (C-DOT Common Service Platform) to make smart cities more efficient, economical and future proof.
C-DOT Common Service Platform
- Centre for Development of Telematics (C-DOT) has developed CCSP(C-DOT Common Service Platform), the oneM2M (Machine to Machine) standards compliant common service platform which can be deployed on any off-the-shelf generic server platforms or cloud infrastructure.
- The business application providers can deploy their oneM2M compliant applications in either co-located infrastructure or on any public or private cloud.
- Using the CCSP platform from C-DOT, the smart cities can reap all the benefits of using a standards compliant horizontal service layer and thus be more efficient, economical and future proof.
- Along with the CCSP C-DOT has also developed various oneM2M indigenously designed hardware nodes like AND (Application Dedicated Node), ASN (Application Service Node) and MN(Middle node).
- To effectively showcase the strength of the platform, C-DOT has also developed various applications like Smart Living, Smart Street Light, Carbon Footprint Monitoring Application and Power Monitoring which are fully oneM2M compliant.
- C-DOT has also participated in two international interoperability events where the CCSP and the ADN were tested for interoperability with many other oneM2M compliant nodes from various international organisations like Interdigital, Herit, Huawei, HPE, NTT, KETI, LAAS-CNRS etc.
- The Telecom Technology development centre of the Government of India. It was established in August 1984 as an autonomous body.
- It was vested with full authority and total flexibility to develop state-of-the-art telecommunication technology to meet the needs of the Indian telecommunication network.
- C-DOT has expanded to develop intelligent computer software applications.
- The key objective was to build a centre for excellence in the area of telecom technology.
- Cloud infrastructure refers to a virtual infrastructure that is delivered or accessed via a network or the Internet.
- This usually refers to the on-demand services or products being delivered through the model known as Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), a basic delivery model of cloud computing.
- This is a highly automated offering where computing resources complemented with storage and networking services are provided to the user.
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