Cloud-based M2M platform to simplify the Internet of Things (IoT)
May 31, 2012 // Julien Happich
The Everyware Cloud 2.0 platform launched by Eurotech provides a foundation to deliver and manage M2M data within the business enterprise.
The Everyware Cloud is based on open standards, allowing users to connect their applications to the cloud platform quickly using a simple open application programming interface (API). Secure and efficient, the platform allows any size business to access powerful data and capabilities that used to only be available to companies that could invest huge amounts of time and resources in building large IT infrastructures and complex processes. The Everyware Cloud data model optimizes the device data communication aspect reducing protocol overhead and easing device management
Real-time Data Management. It supports on-the-fly device data analysis and correlation to trigger business decisions, with no programming skills required. What's more, data can be stored and queried later at any time (for 36 months or even longer)
Any format of data can be stored and accessed in the high-performance schema-less database. The device-independent open-platform comes with an easy-to-use web interface for device and platform management.
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