DeviceTone Joins Linux Foundation’s EdgeX Foundry
Contributes to building a common open framework for IoT edge computing and an ecosystem of interoperable components
Portland, Oregon; Boston, MA – Technology company DeviceTone™ announced today that they have joined the Linux Foundation’s EdgeX Foundry™ and will actively collaborate with the growing community of members to develop a full edge software platform (the “Edge Platform”) that is designed to facilitate hardware interoperability in the Internet of Things (IoT) ecosystem.
EdgeX Foundry’s Edge Platform encompasses a set of core microservices, a methodology for creating interoperable device interfaces, an underlying deployment framework and a reference implementation for system management.
Companies are seeking flexible and adaptive solutions to the challenges associated with the edge of the IoT. They need to quickly and securely bring connected products to market in a way that gives them freedom of choice in the tools and platforms they use to build their solutions, while maintaining the flexibility they need to adapt to the dynamic and changing requirements of the business. DeviceTone delivers a secure and open solution that empowers companies to quickly and easily create connected products that they can manage at scale.
DeviceTone joins Analog Devices, Dell EMC, Samsung and over fifty other member companies in the growing EdgeX Foundry community. Launched in April, 2017, the EdgeX Foundry Project supports an open source, technical community to benefit the ecosystem of the EdgeX Foundry Project product providers, solution providers and users, focused on creating code, packaging releases and addressing end-user use cases.
The EdgeX Foundry Project hosts the infrastructure for the technical community, establishing a neutral home for community infrastructure, meetings, events and collaborative discussions and providing structure around the business and technical governance of the EdgeX Foundry Project.
“DeviceTone is pleased to join the growing EdgeX community,” said Eliav Gnessin, CTO of DeviceTone, “Our solution simplifies connected product development. We plan to integrate DeviceTone’s edge gateway service into EdgeX to empower companies with tools that make it simple to scale embedded connectivity in connected products to the growing ecosystem of EdgeX solutions.”
About DeviceTone ™
DeviceTone simplifies connected product development by empowering companies with tools that unlock business value in world being reshaped by IoT. DeviceTone allows companies to quickly, securely and easily connect and manage products at scale in a way that adapts to the dynamic needs of the business. DeviceTone simplifies connected product development, accelerates time to market, and de-risks the product development process. It delivers a highly customizable client for smart connected products built on open source technologies that runs on hundreds of chipsets large and small, enabling secure integrated edge solutions across devices and gateways, and a manager that provides secure remote management of connected products that gives companies the ability to manage devices one to one, millions at a time. Established in 2018, DeviceTone is based in Boston, MA, USA, working with a growing partner ecosystem. For more information please visit www.devicetone.com.
About EdgeX Foundry
EdgeX Foundry is an open source project hosted by The Linux Foundation building a common open framework for IoT edge computing and an ecosystem of interoperable components that unifies the marketplace and accelerates the deployment of IoT solutions. Designed to run on any hardware or operating system and with any combination of application environments, EdgeX enables developers to quickly create flexible IoT edge solutions that can easily adapt to changing business needs. To learn more, visit: www.edgexfoundry.org.
About the Linux Foundation
The Linux Foundation is the organization of choice for the world’s top developers and companies to build ecosystems that accelerate open technology development and industry adoption. Together with the worldwide open source community, it is solving the hardest technology problems by creating the largest shared technology investment in history. Founded in 2000, The Linux Foundation today provides tools, training and events to scale any open source project, which together deliver an economic impact not achievable by any one company. More information can be found at www.linuxfoundation.org.