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“We were searching for a way to connect our products to smartphones and tablets with a much lower cost per connection, and a faster installation process. Arrayent was the first company to deliver all three.”– Vern Smith, Director Business Development, Monster
“After an exhaustive investigation, we determined that Arrayent’s technology was the perfect match for meeting our cost and reliability goals.”– Mark Karasek, CTO, LiftMaster
“Arrayent’s Connect Platform is a key ingredient enabling our customers to manage and control their LIGHTIFY lights from any place in the world in a low latency and secure way.”– Timon Rupp, Head of Innoventure, LIGHTIFY at OSRAM
“There are companies that claim to have a low latency, scalable connectivity platform to connect consumer products to smart-phone apps. Arrayent is delivering it.”– Warwick Stirling, Senior Director Energy and Sustainability, Whirlpool
“The Arrayent Connect Platform provides an economic, enterprise-level solution for all our Internet-connected residential product needs.”– Bob Miller, CFO, Pentair Aquatic
April 19, 2017

The Battle for IoT Tech Talent Heats Up

This is the tenth and final post in our series taking a closer look at Arrayent Top 10 Predictions for 2017. No. 10: IoT in 2017…will see the battle over tech talent intensify as consumer product companies embrace IoT, and connected-product software expertise becomes a core requirement for every business. Our last, but certainly not least important prediction for 2017 was about the intensifying battle for IoT tech talent. This clamoring for ‘connected product people’ has only intensified since the beginning of the year. We made this prediction based on the number of consumer brands entering the connected products market […]
April 14, 2017

Digital Transformation in Business Operations

The ninth in a series taking a closer look at Arrayent’s Top 10 Predictions for 2017. No. 9: IoT in 2017…will spur consumer brand manufacturers to take great strides towards digital transformation in their business operations. Connected products represent a radical change from ‘business as usual’ that has existed at manufacturing companies for well over a hundred years. As companies move beyond the mindset of connecting products just because they can, their focus is moving to sustainable connected product businesses and all that entails. What does it mean to have a direct channel to consumers that is ‘always on’? What can you learn […]
April 6, 2017

Cost-Justifying IoT Business Models

The eighth in a series taking a closer look at Arrayent’s Top 10 Predictions for 2017. No. 7: IoT in 2017…will force connected products manufacturers to justify the cost of connectivity to their purchasers and themselves through new IoT business models. With the arrival of multiple low cost MCUs with onboard Wi-Fi, we are seeing more and more products with built-in connectivity. But the true cost of connecting and operating ‘always on’ connected products—while invisible—is not free. To drive this point home, think about who is called in the middle of the night when a number of products go offline? Or whose job […]
February 27, 2017

Arrayent Sponsors Febreze Home™ Hackathon, Challenging Developers to Create Personalized Connected Experiences for the Smart Home

Developers can leverage Arrayent’s IoT Cloud and EcoAdaptor framework to build multi-sensory solutions that include the world’s first connected air freshener: Febreze Home. Redwood City, CA—February 27, 2017—The personalized, connected home of the future just might get a boost at the Febreze Home Hackathon on March 4-5 in Silicon Valley as developers compete to design solutions that will enhance the digital home living experience. The two-day Febreze Home Hackathon event at RobotX Space is sponsored by Procter & Gamble and will feature technology and prizes from Arrayent Inc., Amazon Alexa, Google, Nest and Parc–a Xerox company, in partnership with AngelHack. Developers, who are […]

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