Best-in-class horizontal IoT platform
Securely manages the massive volume of time-sensitive data that smart devices process continually
Framework for well-defined APIs
Supports best-in-class applications + reference apps can be easily plugged in and managed with intuitive smart controls
Advanced tools and self-healing
Monitors itself in real-time with a self-healing application that automatically triggers enhancements and optimizations
SINGAPORE, January 27, 2015
Greenwave Systems, the global Internet of Things (IoT) software and managed services leader, today announced it is opening a new Research & Development Center in Singapore to further expand its innovation capabilities for the Internet of Things. The new facility will focus on delivering state-of-the-art IoT technologies to its media, service provider, insurance, utility and consumer electronics partners and customers globally. Today, Greenwave has over 230 employees worldwide across offices in the U.S., Denmark, Singapore and Korea. With the opening of its new R&D Center, Greenwave expects to grow its Singapore-based team from 80 to approximately 120 employees. Read More...
November 3, 2014
With people increasingly depending on Wi-Fi for watching high-definition video, uploading photos and videos, working from home, video conferencing and more, the Wi-Fi router may be the most essential yet overlooked technology in the home. Now, Verizon FiOS customers can order the most powerful router available, the new FiOS Quantum Gateway, capable of delivering wireless download speeds as high as 800 megabits per second *, greater range within the home or business, and the ability to support a growing number of devices -- all while delivering a best-in-class experience. Read More...
March 2nd - 5th, 2015
Hall 8, booth 8.0K14MR
The Wall Street Journal - January 4th, 2015
A FLOOD of connected household gadgets is reaching consumers, raising a high-stakes question: Who will control them? Signs of a struggle can be found on the shelves of Home Depot Inc... Read More...
CEO Review - December 16th, 2014
With the increasing number of inter-connected and internet connected devices, the networking space today is going far beyond the traditional human-to-machine communications. Read More...