Press Coverage

2018

  • IoT Business News

    “Success in IoT starts with the ability to virtualize any physical device and rapidly connect it with other digital services and virtualized devices,” said David Friedman, CEO of Ayla Networks. “Then, the real value of IoT happens when the data from interconnected devices can be ingested into applications and services able to transform the data in ways that support better decisions and drive business outcomes.”

  • IoT Evolution

    “We are excited to work with Ayla to provide companies with the resources needed to succeed when developing connected products,” said Antony Passemard, head of product management, Google Cloud IoT. “Combined with the power of GCP, Ayla’s technology will enable more companies to tap directly into Google Cloud’s renowned application enablement, AI, machine learning and data analytics capabilities to deliver the outcomes that meet their business needs.”

  • IoT Now

    Ayla Networks, whose Internet of Things (IoT) platform-as-a-service (PaaS) delivers industry-leading device virtualisation and management, announced that it will integrate its IoT platform device connectivity and management technologies to Google Cloud Platform (GCP), delivering a powerful end-to-end IoT solution that enables rapid time to market and business value for companies launching connected products.

  • Software Magazine

    Craig Payne, security and privacy officer, Ayla Networks, Inc., says it is likely that the GDPR will force international organizations to review and upgrade their internal processes, internal company, and intra-company agreements. “The GDPR appears, to us, to set a new bar for privacy. It appears to me that many other governments—outside of the U.S.—are heading in a similar, if less extreme direction as the GDPR.”

  • Software Magazine

    According to Craig Payne, security and privacy officer, Ayla Networks, Inc., the regulation applies to “pretty much all processing of personal data of people in the EU, or personal data that is sent to the EU. Personal data is widely defined and can include even such things as dynamic IP addresses associated with individual internet-connected devices.”

  • Semiconductor Engineering

    Internet of Things startups took in more than $1.35 billion from corporate and private investors during the latter half of 2017, for a total of about $2.2 billion in the full year.

  • IoT Innovator

    IoT Innovator is pleased to announce the winners in its inaugural ‘50 Most Innovative IoT Companies in 2017’ Awards, which uncover and honor the most cutting-edge companies dotting the IoT landscape.

  • Developing Telecoms

    China Telecom has selected the Ayla PaaS IoT platform as the basis for an ambitious IoT initiative. Ayla's joint venture partner in China, Sunsea Telecommunications, has formed a strategic partnership with China Telecom and will work with the operator to co-develop full end-to-end smart IoT solutions based on Ayla's technology.

  • RTC Magazine

    HVAC product design has become a game of balance to determine how many new features can be squeezed into an existing product design without breaking it. That approach won’t work for the Internet of Things (IoT). While HVAC architectures have always been composites of multiple, distributed elements, the distributed elements of IoT products operate less and less independently from the system as a whole.

  • Network World

    Ayla's a startup, but one that boasts 100 "large enterprise" customers and that just closed a hefty $60 million Series D round of funding in November. The product is an "agile" IoT platform, a software framework designed to integrate collection, ingestion and analysis of IoT data in a way that's easy for businesses to apply to their existing processes.

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