Stream Technologies, the company behind IoT-X – the world’s most advanced IoT (Internet of Things) connectivity management platform, and myDevices, creators of Cayenne – the world’s first drag and drop IoT project builder, have announced a technology partnership agreement at Mobile World Congress.
IoT-X, which is agnostic with regards to network technology type, embodies the fact that the IoT addresses use cases which require different types of connectivity. This, combined with Cayenne’s vast array of visualisation tools, will allow IoT solutions to be deployed quickly and easily, regardless of the use case and connectivity type.
IoT-X is fully integrated with Stream’s LoRaWAN™ network server, which is compatible with any LoRaWAN compliant device. This integration will allow enterprises to rapidly build applications through Cayenne for devices that have been deployed on LoRaWAN networks powered through IoT-X.
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myDevices’ Cayenne enables developers to quickly design, prototype, and commercialize IoT solutions such as smart buildings, smart farming, smart metering and asset tracking applications.