Internet of Things: 2lemetry

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Canonical

on 16 March 2015

Tags: cloud, IoT

Ubuntu Core allows you to easily and securely deploy an app to any number of devices. But all those devices need a place to connect to in order to transmit and receive data. 2lemetry is the perfect fit, providing a secure, scalable cloud platform for all of your devices.

Using the combination of Ubuntu and 2lemetry is a great option for business people wanting to quickly launch a functional solution.  Ubuntu has streamlined the process for app deployment and because it easily works with 2lemetry’s ThingFabric IoT platform, companies have nearly limitless opportunities for device communication and monitoring.

Mark Mulrooney, Senior Embedded Engineer at 2lemetry

2lemetry is an Internet of Things platform and technology company, and the only provider to specialize in a software-based approach with an open enablement platform. 2lemetry powers the connected enterprise, tying people, processes, data and devices together— transforming raw data into real-time actionable intelligence.

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