Proximetry demonstrates at CES in Freescale Internet of Tomorrow Tour
SAN DIEGO; Jan. 6, 2015 – Proximetry, a Freescale Semiconductor (NYSE:FSL) Connect Partner, will demonstrate its IoT Device Management Software in the Freescale Internet of Tomorrow Tour in the CES Central Plaza (booth CP8) at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
Proximetry IoT Device Management Software configures devices to be sensitive to their environment and to manage typical IoT network and device constraints. These include constrained network (low data rate, low power), constrained power consumption (battery operated sleepy devices vs. mainline powered “always on”) and constrained processing with small memory footprint for both RAM and Flash.
It provides devices with the knowledge to find, see and monitor available network and application services via WiFi, cellular, wired and wireless mesh networks. The net result is higher performance and more scalable IoT solutions.
The demo on Freescale’s IoT Tour monitors lights and temperature via a FlexIP IoT Gateway.
Proximetry ported its software platform to complement the entire Freescale IoT portfolio with an emphasis on the i.MX6 gateway and the KinetisWxx MCU offering.
Proximetry solutions include lighting, transportation, automobile charging stations, building management systems, smart cities and utilities, pipeline safety and energy monitoring.
“Proximetry is excited about the future of IoT, where companies like Freescale are taking it and the role we play in simplifying and automating complex network management tasks so device software developers can bring effective solutions to market faster,” said Tracy Trent, Proximetry CEO.
Proximetry delivers software solutions that manage the most critical of things in the Internet of Things (IoT), from millions of remote sensing devices and related applications to systems in aircraft and critical infrastructure. Proximetry’s solutions support these performance-critical, connected devices whether they’re located in the heart of a city or at the far reaches of the Internet fog. The company was founded in 2005 on a vision of smart device management through context-aware network management. Customers include device developers and OEMs, chipset partners and enterprise network operators managing demanding IoT solutions for smart utilities, smart cities, building management, industrial process control, intelligent transportation and many other industries. Proximetry is a privately held company and is headquartered in San Diego, California and backed by Munich Venture Partners, Aeris Capital, Investec and Rembrandt Venture Partners. For more information, please visit www.proximetry.com.
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