Press Coverage

2017

  • Manufacturing Business Technology

    Creating a connected HVAC product for the smart home is not as simple as embedding a wireless chip or adding a sensor. Designing IoT-enabled smart home HVAC products requires consideration of everything from network security to application software design, as well as how to budget for, scale, distribute and future-proof these products.

  • Packet Pushers Podcast

    A deal with Aviatrix and Cisco for connecting private data centers with public cloud infrastructure

  • CRN

    Cloud networking technology developer Aviatrix has formed a technology and sales partnership with hyper-converged infrastructure technology developer Nutanix, along with a joint offering to help enterprises automate the connection between on-premises and public cloud environments.

  • Silicon Angle

    Aviatrix Systems Inc. is joining with Nutanix Inc. on a product that enables enterprises to automate connectivity between hyperconverged private cloud environments and popular public clouds.

  • BPM Solutions Review

    Bonitasoft, a global leader in Business Process Management (BPM) solutions, announced last week the release of Bonita 7.5, giving technical teams a more advanced set of tools to create enterprise-wide, user-friendly applications.

  • Appliance Design

    IoT product design requires a holistic, integrated approach with mobile app considerations through the entire lifetime of smart appliances.

  • BPM Solutions Review

    CIOReview, an online technology magazine that discusses enterprise solutions and software, has listed the 20 most promising Business Process Management (BPM) solution providers of 2017. Below is their top 20 BPM solution providers:

  • Parks Associates

    Rod McLane, Senior Director of Marketing, Ayla Networks, wrote this blog to provide insight on several key industry trends ahead of Parks Associates’ annual CONNECTIONS™ Conference.

  • IoT Tech News

    Contributed article by Oliver Cockcroft from Ayla Networks. What makes a smart home smart? An increasing number of companies want to know the answer to that question. At the most basic level, a smart home is one that has sensor-enabled products that are part of the Internet of Things (IoT), plus a way to make use of the IoT data generated by the sensors. Of course, in the real world it’s a bit more complex than that.

  • Embedded Computing

    Contributed article by Justin Ruiz from Ayla Networks. Now that manufacturers of smart home products are getting a better handle on how to connect products to the Internet of Things (IoT), they need to focus on how their products will connect and interoperate with lots of other smart home products. One approach that’s often suggested is an IoT gateway — more specifically, an intelligent IoT gateway.

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