IoT News Roundup

Lantronix announces beta release of multi-dimensional IoT application development and deployment platform; Flexera adds recurring revenue engine, drives subscriptions for SaaS, IoT, ISVs; Podsystem Inc. presents new approach to remote IoT connectivity; AT&T launches nationwide LTE-M network for Internet of Things; Systemone enhances health care in developing world via Vodafone global IoT technology; JeraSoft intros IoT-based billing platform software; U-blox offers ultra-small RPMA module.
By IOT Journal
May 26, 2017

The following are news announcements made this week:

PRESS RELEASE:

Lantronix Announces Beta Release of Multi-Dimensional IoT Application Development and Deployment Platform

Lantronix, Inc. (NASDAQ: LTRX), a global provider of secure data access and management solutions for Internet of Things (IoT) and information technology (IT) assets, has announced availability of the beta release of MACH10, a multi-dimensional IoT application development and deployment platform that dramatically simplifies the process for OEMs to deliver web-scale IoT applications.

"Following a successful preview and demonstration of MACH10 to early access customers during the March quarter, we're pleased to announce the availability of the MACH10 beta," said Jeff Benck, president and CEO of Lantronix. "This beta release marks another important milestone as we move towards general availability of MACH10 later this calendar year and accomplishing Lantronix's mission to deliver easy-to-deploy solutions that enable companies to leverage the benefits of the Internet of Things."

Utilizing APIs built on industry standard protocols, MACH10 allows OEMs to significantly reduce the amount of time spent in developing IoT applications through extensible ready-to-use management applications that can be deployed immediately and a suite of essential microservices that allow OEMs to jumpstart their IoT application development while preserving their existing IoT software investments.

Interested OEMs can find more information on MACH10, request a demo or apply for access to the beta release by going towww.lantronix.com/mach10 or contacting a Lantronix sales office.

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