Internet of Things database analytics platform provider Infobright announced that it has joined the ThingWorx Ready partner program, which enables hardware and software companies to integrate products to make it easier to create and deploy Internet of Things solutions.
Infobright joins B&B Electronics, Digi, Eurotech, GROK, ISS Connectivity, Kepware, Kore Telematics, Libelium, Novatel Wireless, Option, SigFox, Systech, and Wyless in the program.
As part of the program, Infobright is now providing IoT and machine-to-machine app developers with an analytic database that can be used by apps built on the ThingWorx IoT platform. As a result, developers can store, manage, and analyze large volumes of machine data being generated by IoT apps.
“We are thrilled to be part of the ThingWorx Ready Partner program to help power the data analytics needs of solution providers as the IoT prepares to explode into a reality,” said Infobright CEO Don DeLoach. “ThingWorx is rapidly expanding their IoT platform ecosystem. Infobright brings unique, value added capabilities, such as in-stream creation and exploitation of metadata. This allows for scalable and cost effective storage of massive amounts of IoT and M2M data. There are no brute force hardware and administrative requirements that you see with more general purpose solutions, giving solution developers and data scientists the ability to take the Internet of Things from the possible to the practical.”
“Infobright complements the ThingWorx IoT platform by simplifying the data pipeline. As the Internet of Things continues its exponential growth, Infobright delivers the integral analytics piece of the puzzle to aid in the designing, building, and running of M2M and IoT applications,” said Chris Kuntz, VP of Ecosystem Programs at ThingWorx. “With Infobright, customers can now benefit from extremely fast ad-hoc query capability. Customers no longer have to worry about the nuts and bolts that go into data analysis and instead can focus on extracting valuable intelligence from their data sets.”
InfoBright Enterprise Edition is embedded in hundreds of applications, and according to the company, reaches almost every telecom service provider and Fortune 1000 enterprise.
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