In the June edition of SDM Magazine, Bill Zalud wrote an article entitled, “Connected Home: Domestic Bliss or Distress?” in which he quoted Arrayent’s VP of Engineering, William Oget. Here is an excerpt: “William Oget is vice president of engineering at Redwood City, Calif.-based Arrayent, with an IoT platform delivered as a software-as-a-service solution and which enables manufacturers to connect their products with their customers via the Internet. Relationships include Maytag, Whirlpool, Chamberlain, Jenn-Air, Osram Sylvania, Procter&Gamble and KitchenAid, to name a few. Oget sees consumer IoT platform requirements to include: – rapid time-to-market, – products launched in retail, – third-party security audited, […]
Newly released research from Arthur Baanders of Digital Home Life reveals the latest IoT market research and provides a comprehensive review of the current US and EU business models. The world of interconnected smart devices has arrived and will see over 50 billion connected products by 2020. In this in depth report DHL delves into the IoT landscape in both the US and UE and breaks down the crowded market into bite size chunks while providing strategic guidance and raising relevant questions about the current IoT market. Learn how Prodea has taken a unique market approach to the IoT and […]
Arrayent was named as an “IDC Innovator: Internet of Things Platforms 2016” (Doc #US41141616, May 2016) in a new report by the same name, which recognizes pioneering players in the Internet of Things (IoT) platforms market. IDC Innovators reports present a set of vendors chosen by an IDC analyst within a specific market that offer an innovative new technology, a groundbreaking approach to an existing issue, and/or an interesting new business model. It is not an exhaustive evaluation of all companies in a segment or a comparative ranking of the companies.** **IDC INNOVATOR and IDC INNOVATORS are trademarks of International […]
Gartner, Inc. researchers Werner Goertz and Mark Hung included Arrayent as a “Vendor to Watch” in the May 2016 “Market Trends: Security Platforms for Connected Home Devices.” The new Gartner report looks at the technologies disrupting existing home security and home surveillance markets, and lists Arrayent in the “Emerging Vendors Who Will Standardize Interoperability and Security” section of the report. Gartner clients can download the report which is ID: G00297232 – scroll down for table of contents. For those who are not Gartner clients, this premium research may be available for purchase, contact Gartner here.
Globally, Prodea’s customers—the company counts South Africa, Europe, South America, and the U.S among its markets—use its platform to connect household digital appliances for a seamless experience. The devices could be smart-anything—TVs, laptops, mobiles, tablets, or wearables—and could be built on any operating system. Ansari says Prodea will plug into the demand for in-home services, like monitoring health, expected to boom in the Internet of Things (IoT) era. “Consumers want a connected digital life. The devices you use need to talk to each other constantly.” READ MORE
SMAHome writes about Arrayent in a new piece, Arrayent: Smart Home Compatibility in Cloud is the Trend. In it, Arrayent CEO Cyril Brignone explains how compatibility across IoT networks will help increase user adoption and accelerate product viability. Brignone says, “Compatibility in the cloud is a major trend that is expected to help propel the smart home. We’re betting big by putting together technology to make these products work well together.” As connected devices increasingly become central to the lineup of manufacturer’s offerings, the idea of standardizing usage and capabilities will be a critical element of adoption. We invite you […]