One of the biggest benefits machine to machine (M2M) technology and the Internet of Things brings is the value of big data. Connected devices and machines are collecting so much data, but the key is being able to gather that and transfer it to where it can be analyzed in a secure, real-time manner. Enter Eurotech, a provider of end-to-end solutions to seamlessly interconnect distributed smart objects and move valuable data between machines.
Eurotech recently introduced Everyware Server, an on-premises Eurotech M2M integration platform that offers privacy and security beyond what is typically offered on public clouds. Everyware Server builds on the power of Eurotech’s Everyware Cloud, an M2M integration platform that simplifies device and data management by connecting distributed devices over secure and reliable cloud services.
Everyware Server enables devices to provide near real-time inputs to business applications and systems. Users can control privacy for enterprise data and devices; collect, store, analyze and access data; manage devices for centralized application updates, configuration and remote reboots; and have 1TB of storage capacity and fast processing.
Any device can be connected to the Everyware Server, and the hardware can also be used as a local aggregator of distributed devices and sensors.
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“Many customers want the tools and benefits of a public cloud solution, but need to keep their data secure in their own data center,” says Robert Andres, CMO, Eurotech, in a statement. “Eurotech developed the Everyware Server to meet the needs of these customers in industrial, healthcare, transportation and other markets with an easy to implement, efficient and secure solution that can be seamlessly integrated into an enterprise IT infrastructure. With proven Eurotech hardware and software, customers are able to connect the world of devices in the field with their business logic to get their M2M solution up and running very quickly.”
The last major update from Eurotech was in September, when it updated its Everyware Software Framework (ESF) to version 2.0, providing developers with a cost-effective, flexible and IT-oriented framework to support next-gen connected device applications, along with built-in remote device and application management. That was only a few months after launching Everyware Cloud 3.0.
Edited by Cassandra Tucker