NXN recognised in Gartner's global Smart City Hype Cycle
Gartner’s Hype Cycle for Smart City Technologies and Solutions 2020 mentions NXN in five different categories
Dubai, UAE – 9 March 2021 – NXN, a leading end-to-end provider of smart digital services, has been recognised in five different categories of Gartner’s global Hype Cycle for Smart City Technologies and Solutions, 2020. The Gartner research lists NXN in the Data Exchange, Smart City As A Service, City Operations Centre, Greenfield Smart City Framework and Smart City Framework categories. According to Gartner, the report aims to “help local government and business CIOs, urban planners and strategists assessing emerging technologies and solutions to deliver sustainable societal outcomes”.
“Digital transformation, leveraging emerging technologies, has become a top priority for city administrations around the world,” said Ghazi Atallah, founder and CEO of NXN. “NXN has spent the last decade acquiring the knowledge, experience and expertise needed to enable city authorities and their ecosystems to embrace new innovations and reap the benefits. The Gartner Hype Cycle helps provide useful context about the adoption and expectations of these innovations.”
The Gartner Hype Cycle for Smart City Technologies and Solutions “tells the emerging stories of buildings, circular economy and urban operations adopting new innovations and approaches through data exchanges and digital twin use cases”. Importantly, the research identifies data as the fuel required to unlock and orchestrate fact-based decisions relative to resilience and citizen-focused issues.
In addition to NXN, the research report lists a number of multinational technology companies and professionals services firms.
NXN is a pioneer in providing smart city services and solutions. The company’s deep expertise in industry consulting, data and technology, positions NXN as a valuable partner to help city governments identify the strategies, digital solutions and services that cities need to overcome administrative, financial and resource limitations.
NXN’s Smart City master planning methodology addresses the diverse needs of city planners and governments, while its Smart city as-a-service solutions and DNX Digital Services Platform allows smart city stakeholders to operate digital services across a cohesive environment, with seamless access to their ecosystem’s data.
“City authorities and other key stakeholders recognise the huge benefits that disruptive technology solutions can bring, helping cities to dramatically improve quality of life for citizens and leap-frogging other cities in the competition for business, commerce and talent,” said Atallah. “NXN has built its business and reputation on helping cities, districts and large enterprises embrace cutting edge technologies effectively, overcoming challenges and ensuring that new digital services deliver on strategy.”n