Stream Technologies Partners with Solair to Simplify IoT for Developers and Users Alike

May 20, 2015 -- Stream Technologies, a global leader in connectivity solutions for the Internet of Things, and Solair, a provider of software tools to connect physical assets to the digital world, today announced a partnership designed to deliver the benefits of the Internet of Things to companies of all sizes, across multiple connection types anywhere in the world.

Stream Technologies will integrate its award-winning Stream IoT-XTM multinetwork platform environment with the Solair platform to provide a codeless, drag & drop interface with extensive visualization tools, delivering deep, easy-to-understand, actionable insights.

The unique IoT-X platform enables comprehensive, secure management of connected devices regardless of connection type - allowing customers to reach beyond the gateway all the way to the sensor level to provide a single, unified view of every relevant connection, whether it be satellite, cellular, Wi-Fi, short range or low-power WAN.

The flexible Solair platform uniquely enables the creation of easy-to-use Web-based IoT Applications and optimizes business processes with data from connected devices – delivering measurable business value. The comprehensive, end-to-end solution is easy to use for businesses of any size, and requires no technical expertise on the part of the user.

The combined offering tackles the technical complexities associated with the Internet of Things, so customers can focus on what they do best - grow their businesses.

“We share Solair’s vision of simplifying access to the world-changing business value afforded by the Internet of Things,” said Nigel Chadwick, CEO of Stream Technologies. “Together we are taking the IoT to the streets - making this important technology easy to both adopt and use, for everyone, regardless of the size of the organization or the complexity of the technology.”

“Being able to count on a partner like Stream Technologies globally gives us the confidence to address any need for connectivity and data transfer, from the ‘connected things’ to our IoT Application Platform,”says Tom Davis, CEO at Solair. “Their IoT-X unified access connectivity environment enables management of connected devices regardless of bearer technology and connection type, whether it be cellular, satellite, Wi-Fi, short range or low-power WAN. Combined with our technology, it opens to several application opportunities regardless of the type of sensors or devices connected on the field on a global basis. Both companies are committed to simplify complexity in global IoT and M2M market, thus speeding time to market for the customers and allowing what we define Better Business.”



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