We were honored to see mention of Arrayent’s CEO change alongside other big name 2015 CEO changes (like Cisco and Evernote) in this article from Vator News. Arrayent has pioneered and led the Connected Consumer Product IoT Platform market since 2007 with the largest customer base of Trusted Brands (like Whirlpool, Chamberlain/Liftmaster, OSRAM/Sylvania, and many more). As we experience the IoT market taking off, this new phase of sales growth and platform innovation will be led by Cyril Brignone (CEO), who has demonstrated strength in both of these areas in his 4 plus years at Arrayent. Hiring is accelerating again as we climb up […]
Sept 4, 2015 — Arrayent Customer Whirlpool showcases their latest connected product innovations in Berlin at IFA, a global trade show for consumer electronics and home appliances. Whirlpool issued this press release ahead of the show. Live from the floor we spotted Whirlpool showing a connected refrigerator, washer/dryer and a dishwasher! This is Whirlpool’s first year showing at IFA, so this is kind of a big deal, as they are the world’s leading manufacturer of major home appliances. Congratulations to Whirlpool for keeping their leadership edge alive.
In this Aug 30 article and interview from Fierce Wireless, Arrayent Founder Shane Dyer shares how Arrayent does not need to distinguish between industrial IoT and consumer, since “we work with products that are very high volume”. The article goes on to mention some of Arrayent’s largest customer success stories, such as Osram Sylvania, Whirlpool, and Maytag.
Manufacturers, it may be tempting to do-it-yourself when it comes to building your own IoT infrastructure, but it may be wisest to look to IoT Platform providers like Arrayent since we will have the experience, security, scalability, data analytics, and more already figured out. Design News magazine has written up a nice piece with our founder Shane Dyer this week. Since no company should “try to do everything”, the suggestion is that manufacturers should focus there energy around their core competencies rather than reinventing an IoT Cloud and all the other components of an IoT platform. This article echos a lot […]
Arrayent Appoints Cyril Brignone CEO IoT seasoned technologist now leads the IoT platform provider chosen by trusted brands REDWOOD CITY, CA – June 17, 2015 – Arrayent (arrayent.com), the Internet of Things (IoT) solution provider chosen by trusted consumer brands such as Whirlpool and Chamberlain/LiftMaster, announced today that it has appointed Cyril Brignone as Chief Executive Officer and member of the board of directors. Cyril has been at Arrayent for over three and half years, most recently as Vice President of Field Operations and GM Europe. Mr. Brignone succeeds Shane Dyer, Arrayent’s founder. Cyril brings more than 15 years of […]
We were pleased to see our name highlighted in a recent (May 14, 2015) IoT Research Report from Forrester Research titled “Enterprise Software Giants Embrace The Internet Of Things, (But They Won’t Be Ready To Meet CIOs’ Needs In 2015, So CIOs Still Need Specialist IoT Software Platforms)” This report covers the current offerings and recent IoT announcements of the software giants like Oracle, SAP, IBM, and Microsoft and details how CIOs should think about and work with them over the next five years. Two quotes: “IBM, Microsoft, Oracle, and SAP’s recent moves into IoT software has CIOs salivating for an off-the-shelf Internet […]
A few months ago we did a post on a couple of industry examples of the value of big customer data, which featured some estimates of the annual dollar value of customer data collected for Facebook and Kroger groceries. In this blog we bring a couple of other interesting data points mentioned in this Wall Street Journal article on the selling of customer data assets from two recent bankruptcies, Radio Shack and Caesar’s Entertainment. We provide these as examples of the value of customer data since the value of IoT data is still emerging and growing. “Standard General LP, a hedge […]
Our president, Shane Dyer, was recently interviewed in this IT Business Edge article on Cloud-to-Cloud IoT standardization, where he explained that consumer IoT might need to grow a bit before it eventually drives its own standardization. Big Markets and big revenues drive standards. Additionally: The market that does exist is dominated by point solutions—thermostats, garage door openers, scales, lights—rather than connected systems, like thermostats working with security sensors. So it is natural that standards are not viewed as necessary to grow the market at this time. IoT is complex and is not really “one market”, so it is difficult to […]
Looking back a year or two at the smart home market, in 2013 it was state-of-the-art to merely make connected products, especially if you could make this fairly simple and low cost for the consumer. In 2015, the landscape has changed. Now connected product leaders are building IoT ecosystems to maximize value to their customers and find new ways to expand market reach. The promise is in finding new monetization streams through these new cloud-to-cloud connections. This should not be too surprising as networks increase exponentially in value as the number of connections increases (Metcalfe’s Law), and ecosystem builders are […]