IoT sensor specialist Libelium has integrated six new cloud platforms with its Meshlium IoT gateway product. Libelium is known as a player in the IoT, smart cities and machine-to-machine (M2M) platform space. The company develops wireless sensor networks and a commensurate offering of management software that runs its hardware products. Now looking to provide a higher level of interoperability across its platform base, Libelium has integrated six new cloud platforms with its IoT gateway Meshlium.
This is a contributed article for the Computer Weekly Developer Network written by Druva’s Dave Packer in his role as VP of products and alliances marketing at the company. Druva is a data management and protection specialist that offers Backup-as-a-Service (BaaS) to the cloud across endpoints, servers and cloud applications — the firm augments this core offering with integrated workflows, global deduplication and encryption key services.
Open source in-memory data grid (IMDG) company Hazelcast is increasingly aligning its ‘application-embeddable’ technologies to IoT use cases. Apache Spark rival Hazelcast recently hit the 0.5 version release for Jet, its application-embeddable distributed computing platform for fast processing of big data sets. This release features the company’s Pipeline API [application programming interface] for creating data connections for both batch and stream processing.
I'm not covering BLACK FRIDAY because that's not what I write about.
Thanks for the 129 press releases anyway - is there some way of recycling the energy you all expended writing & sending them?
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