Uhuru sets course for AIM

Uhuru Corporation is planning to be the first Japanese company to join AIM in this decade. The Internet of Things technology company is due to float later this month.

Tokyo-based Uhuru (www.uhuru.co.jp/en) is involved in consultancy and engineering, as well as providing creative content and data analysis. There are two main divisions: cloud integration and IoT orchestration.

Cloud integration involves cloud system development, integration and marketing. Uhuru partners with the likes of Salesforce.com. The expertise from this division has helped with the other division’s development.

IoT orchestration involves the development of the company’s own enebular IoT communication protocol product suite. The main focus after the flotation will be the development of enebular platform, which...

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Andrew Hore is the publisher of AIM Journal, which is an online monthly publication covering the Alternative Investment Market.