Ayla Networks Establishes Strategic Relationship with IoT Analytics Leader mnubo

Ayla Networks has formed a strategic partnership with mnubo, an advanced real-time IoT data analytics company, to integrate mnubo SmartObjects technology with the Ayla IoT platform to provide manufacturers of IoT products with advanced data analytics and business intelligence services and tools.

“This partnership with mnubo will allow IoT product manufacturers and IoT service providers to take their data analytics capabilities to new levels, enabling them to improve their products feature sets, create new revenue generating services, engage their customers and promote their brands,” said David Friedman, CEO and co-founder of Ayla Networks. “Integrating mnubo SmartObjects IoT analytics into our end-to-end IoT platform will make it easier for product designers and manufacturers to answer the key business questions that will propel their success in the growing IoT market.”

“mnubo sees a future where connected smart objects become ubiquitous in our daily lives, and the Ayla IoT platform can help manufacturers of smart objects get to market faster with much more robust, secure and high-performing IoT products,” said Frdric Bastien, CEO and co-founder of mnubo. “Together, we will help to accelerate both the reach and the value of the IoT.”

Fruits of the partnership between Ayla and mnubo are expected to result in a suite of IoT-specific data analytics and visualization tools that offer IoT manufacturers capabilities that include real-time operations monitoring, predictive maintenance and consumer usage analytics.

The mnubo relationship further expands Aylas IoT ecosystem, which already includes key technology and strategic partnerships with companies that include Broadcom, Encycle, Flextronics, Inventek Systems, Itochu, Macnica, Marvell, Murata, Qualcomm, PowerTech, Renesas, ST Micro, Tencent, USI, and Zonoff. Ayla also uses the Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud service as its global cloud provider in North America, China and Europe.

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