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Hailed as the future gold mine of the digital economy, the Internet of Things encompasses billions of connected objects whose data is managed on networks. How can we meet the connectivity needs of all these connected objects? How can we develop an ecosystem of applications and services that turns innovation into tangible benefits in our daily lives? That is up for debate.

OS ecosystems and operators: relationships that shape the customer experience

An operating system (OS) is the conductor of the orchestra of software that runs connected devices, from smartphones and TV boxes to PCs and voice assistants. OS developers make them the central core of ecosystems around which a whole range of actors gravitate, including operators such as Orange. Orange adapts its various relationships with operating systems on the basis of key guidelines, thus co-innovating and controlling the experience offered to its end customers.
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