FogHorn Closes 2018 with Announcements with Google, AWS, Dell EMC and Uptake

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A recent press release states, “FogHorn, a leading developer of edge intelligence software for industrial and commercial Internet of Things (IoT) solutions, announces milestones in business performance, technology innovation and excellence in edge computing today. Among these successes, FogHorn has been referenced in leading analyst reports and received awards for its leadership in Industrial IoT (IIoT). Additionally, FogHorn recently announced a collaboration with a number of leading IoT solution providers, including Google, AWS, Dell EMC and Uptake, among others, and released an upgraded version to its signature, advanced edge-based computing solution with the launch of Lightning™ 2.0. Juniper Research recently stated there will be 46 billion active industrial connections in the IIoT by 2023. With this anticipated 140-percent growth over the next four years, driven by edge computing services, FogHorn is uniquely positioned as a best-in-class provider for this explosive sector.”

The release goes on, “Throughout 2018, FogHorn announced partnerships and integrations with leading industrial solutions, including: (1) Dell EMC to deliver end-to-end Industrial IoT (IIoT) edge computing solutions for industrial and commercial customers through preconfigured gateways and other devices that simplify IoT deployments on Dell’s trusted OEM hardware. (2) Google Cloud IoT Core to integrate FogHorn’s breakthrough Lightning platform with managed service from Cloud IoT Core. (3) Amazon AWS through FogHorn’s achievement of Amazon Web Services (AWS) Industrial Software Competency status. (4) Uptake to streamline the deployment, and accelerate time-to-value, of industrial IoT applications with the integration of FogHorn’s Lightning™ edge analytics and machine learning platform with Uptake’s purpose-built industrial AI and IoT platform. (5) ADLINK to apply edge intelligence to their recently announced IoT Digital eXperiments as-a-Service (DXS).”

Read more at Globe Newswire.

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