ClearBlade, Inc., the cloud-agnostic, enterprise Internet of Things (IoT) Platform – recently joined The Industrial Internet Consortium® (IIC), the world’s leading organization transforming business and society by accelerating the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). Membership provides ClearBlade opportunities to engage and contribute on how to build the most secure and integrated IoT solutions rapidly.
Companies require enterprise solutions that are secure and flexible beyond clouds and across their internal infrastructure. Austin-based ClearBlade recognized this and built a flexible deployment architecture from the ground up. Since 2012, ClearBlade has been focused on developing a secure IoT platform intended for large industrial companies looking to build security-focused IoT infrastructures and solutions with enterprise IoT middleware. This includes all of the necessary components: real-time data streaming and processing, rapid device messaging, a decision engine built from business rules and trigger events for remote control, and visualization tools all tightly coupled together and secured in ClearBlade’s IoT Platform.
“We are very excited to join the Industrial Internet Consortium,” said Eric Simone, CEO of ClearBlade. “We built the ClearBlade IoT Platform and Edge software for large companies like the members of the IIC, who are leading the IoT revolution and Industry 4.0.”
“Large industrial companies are looking for a secure and flexible IoT architecture and middleware,” said Dr. Richard Mark Soley, Ph.D., Executive Director, Industrial Internet Consortium. “We are thrilled to have ClearBlade as a member of the IIC to help discover the best architectures and connectivity solutions for the enterprise.”
The addition of ClearBlade to the Industrial Internet Consortium will add a unique perspective in providing enterprises with its secure, cloud agnostic deployment model and edge compute technology when it comes to building IIoT solutions.
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