Today Arrayent announced it was the first consumer IoT platform to gain EU-U.S. Privacy Shield certification. The company worked with TRUSTe to review and verify that its data privacy management practices meet the new data transfer privacy framework. See announcement: here.
Arrayent cited in Gartner report which includes a case study on a ‘smart’ consumer product. Gartner clients can download the report which is ID: G00311536 – entitled, “Use the IoT Platform Reference Model to Plan Your IoT Business Solutions.” Scroll down for table of contents. For those who are not Gartner clients, this premium research may be available for purchase, contact Gartner here.
On October 6, the Silicon Valley Business Journal included Arrayent’s VP of Marketing, Peter Radsliff, in their ‘People On The Move’ section, saying: “Radsliff will assume responsibility for all aspects of Arrayent’s worldwide marketing strategy. Arrayent is the developer of the Internet of Things (IoT) platform chosen by the world’s most trusted consumer product brands.” You can see the piece here.
On September 21, ConstructionDive.com—a top site for professionals tracking the construction industry—quoted Arrayent CEO, Cyril Brignone, in Chris Wood’s article: “Houzz: More homeowners are embracing the Internet of Things.” Here is an excerpt: “Renovation projects, like those surveyed by Houzz, may provide an entry point for smart devices to gain traction in residential construction, offering remodelers in particular an opportunity to add value around IoT while addressing homeowners’ individualized needs. However, younger buyers and renters are increasingly expecting smart features in their homes from the start, Cyril Brignone, CEO of Arrayent, whose platform Arrayent Connect bridges home devices and third-party IoT apps, told […]
In the October edition of Consumers Digest Magazine, Caela Maynard wrote a piece titled, “Smart Refrigerators: Refreshing” in which he quoted Arrayent’s CEO, Cyril Brignone. Here is an excerpt: “Cyril Brignone, who is the CEO of Arrayent, which develops Internet of Things (IoT) software to manufacturers, including Whirlpool, theorizes that smart refrigerators could alert the consumer via his/her smartphone or email to when meat defrosted and refroze after a power outage. He estimates that smart refrigerators could be mainstream by 2018.” You can read the entire piece here.
On September 13, 2016 Embedded Computing Design—a leading site for professionals designing connected devices—hosted an article penned by Arrayent CEO, Cyril Brignone, entitled: “IoT and smart appliances hit mainstream at IFA” Here is an excerpt: “In their show wrap-up, IFA reported more than 150 companies showcased the latest in smart home solutions. These included intelligent home automation products ranging from lighting to room temperature and heating solutions, to energy management and security systems, and, of course, smart robots from vacuum cleaners to lawnmowers. Consumer brands understand the market is moving towards all products being connected and that they need to move forward […]
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