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Arrayent sells a connected product platform that connects consumer products to web and smartphone applications in a low cost and an easy to install way.

Arrayent was founded on the principle that low cost consumer products are things that simply work right out of the box. To achieve that goal, Arrayent pushes complex provisioning and communication processing tasks to servers in the Internet cloud to create a "virtualized product" instantiation in the cloud.

The Arrayent Connect Platform has been adopted by leading household name brand companies including: Whirlpool Corporation, Pentair, Monster, Mattel, LiftMaster, Hunter Fan, First Alert and Chamberlain. These market leaders are developing connected products that are transforming the relationship among their customers and the products they use. Example applications include saving money on home energy and water, maximize home comfort, low cost home awareness systems, elder person care, fitness social networking and provide "smart service" that saves service technician truck rolls. Customers have called Arrayent "the Cisco of small things."
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McKinsey's executive’s guide to the Internet of Things
The Myth of Home Automation: Arrayent CEO explains a few problems and a path forward. via @ElectronicDesgn
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Arrayent is hiring cloud engineers. Systems Engineer (DevOps), Release Engineer, Engineering Manager #IoT
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Whirlpool's app-connected home appliances can save you money and time. Shown at IFA Berlin. via @mashable
Arrayent showing #IoT Customer Success Stories (OSRAM, Salus, LiftMaster) @IFA_Berlin
In general, "we work with products that are very high volume," Arrayent Founder Shane Dyer told @fiercewrlsstech
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All appliances will ship with connectivity built in rather than having premium smart versions, say Haier/others #IoT
2 months ago
Deloitte Survey: Consumers Warm to Connected Cars, Homes (70% would buy!)
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RT @1to1Media: The Internet of Things: Where Should Brands Draw the Line? by @AP1to1 cc @Arrayent…
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Discover Cyril Brignone, Arrayent CEO, interview with @1to1Media
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Cyril Brignone, CEO, and @1to1Media discuss the abundance of connected devices & where the line should be drawn #IoT
3 months ago
"Hardware-based security is necessary"said Shane Dyer to @EnterpriseTek about #IoT security. Read more here
3 months ago
RT @cybergibbons: I've just read @Arrayent's white paper on security for their IoT platform, and it's well considered and impressive, but a…
3 months ago
@kentindell @cybergibbons We have no lethargy when it comes to security. Email us.
3 months ago
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