Sixgill continues to strengthen relationships across the IoT landscape and expand its marketplace presence. Today we announced that Sixgill has been named a General Member of the Intel® IoT Solutions Alliance – one of the world’s most recognized and trusted technology ecosystems.
The Alliance’s 400+ global member companies provide a wide range of scalable, interoperable solutions that accelerate deployment of intelligent devices and end-to-end analytics – including everything from modular components to market-ready systems.
Members of the Intel IoT Alliance are known for creating leading-edge IoT solutions, and helping organizations bring products to market faster than ever before. Sixgill’s enterprise-grade sensor data services platform, Sense, fits that profile perfectly.
Sense includes foundational data automation technology to help every industry tap the next leg of productivity growth that IoT is beginning to unlock. Successfully governing connected assets requires capturing sensor and contextual data, pinpointing relevant data intersections from noisy streams, and triggering automated responses to pertinent events, quickly.
Sense is essential for companies building sensor data-informed applications for IoT, IIoT and IoE. Such a backbone system for data collection, normalization, classification and processing for task-specific applications is needed in all industries to manage torrents of sensor data and exploding numbers of connected assets that include people, places and things.
Sense APIs enable “Sense-As-A-Service” for organizations across devices, operating systems or data environments, including x86, Windows, industrial Linux, Ubuntu, Wind River and other embedded environments.
“General membership in the Intel IoT Solutions Alliance further validates Sixgill’s data services platform, which offers total flexibility for organizations to develop responsive, sensing IoT/IoE applications with no limits on data sources, data-diversity, applications or scale,” says Phil Ressler, CEO of Sixgill. “We are thrilled to be part of this vibrant alliance of solutions providers helping organizations realize the full potential of IoT.”
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You can check out our entire 6-part “Making Sense of Sensor Data” video series here.