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Arrayent belebt auf der CES 2014 das Internet der Dinge durch neue Produkte

Arrayent (www.arrayent.com), ein führendes Unternehmen im Bereich der Virtualisierungstechnologie für das Internet der Dinge, hat heute ein Reihe von neuen Konnektivitätslösungen bekannt gegeben, die auf der Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2014 im Rahmen seiner IOT-Plattform für verbundene Produkte und Systeme vorgestellt werden.

Unmittelbar nach seiner Serie B-Finanzierungsrunde über 11,9 Millionen US-Dollar unter der Leitung von DCM Ventures und Intel Capital im letzten Monat stellt Arrayent auf der diesjährigen CES mehrere neue Produkte vor, die dazu geschaffen sind, Herstellern von Verbrauchsgütern, Einzelhändlern und Serviceanbietern bei der Festigung ihrer Kundenbeziehungen zu helfen.

„Wenn wir auf 2013 zurückblicken, sehen wir führende Hersteller von Verbrauchsgütern, Einzelhändler und Serviceanbieter, die alle um einen Anteil am wachsenden Markt für verbundene Verbrauchsgüter konkurrieren“, erklärte Shane Dyer, Gründer und CEO von Arrayent. „Auf der diesjährigen Messe für Verbraucherelektronik werden mehrere Marken eine breite Palette neuer Produkte vorstellen, die alle mit der Arrayent-Technologie betrieben werden. Außerdem werden wir Fortschritte an unserer Connect Platform demonstrieren, die deren Markteinführung beschleunigen wird.“

Arrayent schlägt neue und einmalige Wege für das Internet der Dinge ein. Seine Geräte-Visualisierungstechnologie minimiert die Komplexität von Hardware und Software, die mit der Ergänzung von Internet-Konnektivität an Verbraucherprodukte verbunden ist. Geräte-Virtualisierung verlagert einen Großteil der Rechnerleistung und Software in die Cloud anstatt in das Gerät selbst. Durch die Verlagerung von Komplexität und Funktionalität in die Cloud, reduzieren Arrayent-Kunden die Kosten von verbundenen Geräten, wie zum Beispiel Rauchmeldern und Thermostaten, während diese für den Verbraucher zugleich zuverlässiger und einfacher zu installieren und zu verwenden sind.

Einer der Höhepunkte in diesem Jahr ist die Vorführung seitens Arrayents eines neuen, preiswerten, produktionsfertigen Multi-Protokoll-Designs, das ZigBee HA1.2, Z-Wave und das 900/868 MHz-Protokoll von Arrayent unterstützt. Arrayent wird auch sein Mobile Framework vorstellen, eine neue Erweiterung der Arrayent Connect Platform. Das Framework beschleunigt die Entwicklung mobiler Anwendungen für Partner, die ansprechende, klassenbeste User-Erlebnisse auf iOS und Android erstellen. Arrayent hat das Framework zur Entwicklung einer „Smart Home“-Mobil-Anwendung verwendet, mit der ein User per Fernbedienung angeschlossene Geräte wie Lichter, Smart-Stecker, Thermostate und Sensoren überwachen und steuern kann.

Neue Lösungen für Großkunden

Das breite Umfeld an Arrayents Kunden, darunter Whirlpool®, Pentair und Chamberlain, wird auf der diesjährigen CES ebenfalls einige neue Produkte vorstellen, die alle von der Arrayent Cloud Connect Platform betrieben und während der Ausstellung am Stand von Arrayent vorgeführt werden (Nr. 21124):

  • Chamberlain/LiftMaster – MyQ Garage ist ein universales, mit dem Internet verbundenes Nachrüst-Kit für einen Garagentoröffner, das alle Marken von Garagentoröffnern unterstützt. Die dazu passende Chamberlain MyQ Garage Smartphone-App lässt den Verbraucher seine Garagentore jederzeit von jedem Ort weltweit steuern und überwachen. MyQ Garage wurde unlängst im Apple Store und anderen führenden Einzelhandelskanälen eingeführt.
  • First Alert – SmartBridge Smoke Detector– dieser Rauchmelder ist der Kern der neuen DIY-Hausalarmanlagen von First Alert. Hausbesitzer können jederzeit und von überall aus ihr Haus kontrollieren. Das System ist modular, sodass es leicht und preiswert im Laufe der Zeit erweitert werden kann.
  • Pentair Water – die Virtual Water Assistant Reservebatterie-Tauchpumpeverbindet eine leistungsstarke Reservebatterie-Tauchpumpe mit dem Internet verbundenen Technologie, mit der Hausbesitzer ihr Reservesystem von überall in der Welt aus überwachen und testen können.
  • Salus Controls – IT 500 Internet-verbundener Thermostat – Mit dem von dem führenden Heizungssteuerungsspezialisten eingeführten SALUS’ iT500 können europäische Kunden die Heizung und Heißwasserversorgung in ihren Häusern von überall aus über ein Smartphone oder einen PC steuern.
  • Whirlpool® Smart Appliances mit 6th Sense Live™ Technology – lassen den Verbraucher wissen, ob alles zuhause ordnungsgemäß funktioniert und sendet Alarmmeldungen über den Gerätestatus sowie Fortschrittsmeldungen bei den täglichen Funktionen aus (zum Beispiel Ladung abgeschlossen).

Über Arrayent, Inc.

Arrayent, Inc. lässt Verbrauchermarken erstklassige, bezahlbare und „smart-connected“ Produkte liefern, die das Leben sicherer, einfacher und besser gestalten. Arrayents einzigartige Geräte-Visualisierungstechnologie, auf die sich führende Unternehmen weltweit verlassen, treibt das Internet der Dinge voran, indem es den Produkt- und Servicemarkenbesitzern die Möglichkeit bietet, preiswert kostengünstige Internet-Konnektivität zu ergänzen, um ihr Angebot zu verbessern und engere Beziehungen mit ihren Kunden zu pflegen.

Die Leistungsstärke der Arrayent-Technologie wird am besten durch den Erfolg der Produkte seiner Kunden deutlich. Fallstudien von Unternehmen wie Chamberlain, Mattel, LiftMaster, Monster und Whirlpool® sind unter www.arrayent.com/case-studies erhältlich.

Um zu erfahren, wie Arrayent Ihnen helfen kann, Konnektivität mit Ihren Produkten herzustellen, besuchen Sie www.arrayent.com oder rufen Sie +1 (650) 260-4520 an. Verfolgen Sie Arrayent auf Twitter unter www.twitter.com/Arrayent oder auf Facebook.

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