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4 Great Experiences from DevNet Create 2018

DevNet Create, the 2-day developer-centric event in Mountain View, exceeded my expectations with featured speakers, tech talks , workshops and a developer build-a-thon called Camp Create. I’m an industry analyst, but I’m also a user and tester of Internet of Things (IoT) platforms both for work and at home. I spend a lot of time learning about and using IoT technology microservices like edge processing tools, device management platforms, analytics platforms and more. There was […]

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SiteWhere open source IoT platform supports smart metering in Turin, Italy

Interest in open source IoT platforms continues to grow. The flexibility, security and support ecosystem of open source solutions provides a viable alternative to more traditional IoT platforms. This short article describes a smart cities’ use case based on an open source IoT platform from SiteWhere. With headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia, SiteWhere is an open-source IoT application enablement platform (AEP) offering two solutions. First, SiteWhere’s Community Edition (CE) is offered under CPAL license. For this […]

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SiteWhere announces availability of SiteWhere Enterprise Edition (EE) beta

SiteWhere, an open-source IoT application enablement platform (AEP) vendor, has just announced the launch of SiteWhere Enterprise Edition (EE) Beta. Based on the SiteWhere open-source development project, SiteWhere EE is a platform built for enterprise customers. SiteWhere EE has already garnered global interest from companies in a variety of industry sectors. There are many features of SiteWhere EE, but MachNation wanted to highlight 4 areas of additional functionality that will make it easier for enterprises […]

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Whitepaper: Benefits of an open-source approach to IoT Application Enablement

Enterprises and service providers building IoT solutions evaluate myriad software and hardware options to assemble an IoT stack. Typically, middleware requirements are met by using an IoT Application Enablement Platform (AEP). AEPs are a fundamental building block and interface with almost every component in the system, including enterprise backends, IoT devices and ancillary services. Enterprises and service providers selecting an IoT AEP have to choose between selecting a commercial AEP or an open-source AEP. MachNation […]

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