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Frost & Sullivan awards Losant with ...

Business consulting giant Frost & Sullivan has awarded Losant an innovation leadership award.

The award is for Losant’s Embedded Edge Agent (EEA), which the company spent two years of R&D creating. Losant’s IoT platform features both the EEA and a Gateway Edge Agent (GEA). GEA requires far more computing power – including 512MB of memory – but exposes more functionality. GEA is typically installed on an industrial gateway or modern computer in a private network. In contrast, EEA has minimal hardware requirements. Requiring just 2MB of memory, EEA is typically integrated into embedded hardware deep within a larger system.

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Losant Wins Frost & Sullivan’s 2022 ...

The Edge Agent built into the WebAssembly module is proof of Losant’s ongoing efforts to stay ahead of the curve. Losant has made a two-year research and development (R & D) investment in this feature. This feature dynamically updates run-time behavior with speed and agility. Frost & Sullivan believes Losant’s built-in edge computing capabilities will improve production line responsiveness through integration with machine sensors, controllers, and gateways.

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Losant Earns Frost & Sullivan's 2022 ...

“The drag-and-drop workflow editor stands out in the market because it allows enterprises to build custom workflows and manage complex interactions between edge devices, networks, and the cloud, on their own, without programming resources.”
 
Carina Goncalves, Industry Principal 
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Losant Leads IoT Application ...

Analysts at Frost & Sullivan concluded that our recent feature, the Embedded Edge Agent, dynamically updates the runtime behavior of embedded devices with the speed and agility of a low-code development environment. In addition, we introduced features specifically for embedded computing that will have a significant impact on providing real-time insights to enterprises.

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10th Annual Compass Intelligence Awards ...

“Innovation, leadership, and standing out in the crowd are vital to competing in these competitive markets” states Stephanie Atkinson, CEO & founder of Compass Intelligence. Losant wins the award for IoT App Dev / Platform of the Year for the Enterprise Market.

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Brian Cerchio, Losant: On fully tapping ...

IoT partnerships must have technology that meets or exceeds your development criteria, but the people, yes, the people you partner with, are key. They need to understand your goals, advise, and go deep on IoT. Check out this interview with Losant's Brian Cerchio!

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101 Best Ohio Internet Companies and ...

BestStartup.us just shared their top picks for the best Ohio-based Internet companies. These startups and companies are taking a variety of approaches to innovate the Internet industry.

We selected these startups and companies for exceptional performance in one of these categories, innovation, growth, management, or Societal impact. Losant is thrilled to be recognized.

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Elipsa and the promise of a no-code ...

Elipsa, a promising newcomer to the AI/IoT market, is helping enterprises empower IoT with plug-and-play predictive solutions. Read what Stacey on IoT had to say about Elipsa, a Losant Partner, and read what our CPO, Brandon Cannaday, said our customers could experience with Elipsa. 

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Smart machines to drive factory ...

The next wave of smart-factory innovation will be driven by original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), as they discover the value-added features of providing IIoT-enabled machinery.

Jonney Chang, associate vice president, Advantech, and Brandon Cannaday, co-founder, and chief product officer, Losant have relevant insights into the IIoT market and how OEMs can find success.

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New venture fund launches in Midwest ...

The Fund Midwest — part of The Fund network, which since its launch in New York in 2018 has expanded to Los Angeles, London, the Rockies, and Australia — will invest in tech-enabled, early-stage companies in a roughly six-state territory that includes Ohio. Besides its founding general partners, Bergman said The Fund is recruiting 50 additional LPs, or investors, who are also founder/operators. Notable founding LPs with local ties include Charlie Key and Brandon Cannaday of Losant and Eron Bucciarelli of Tixxy. All are also Brandery alums. 

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The Midwest Fund launches, brings The ...

A new investment fund is coming to Midwest cities, and it’s lead by names familiar to the local scenes. The aptly-named Midwest Fund targets early-stage startups from Pittsburgh to Chicago, from Detroit to Cincinnati, and everywhere in between. Unlike traditional venture capital funds, this one gets its funding from successful entrepreneurs looking for ways to reinvest in their regions. The Midwest Fund’s limited partners come from the local areas in which the fund operates, including ... Cincinnati’s Charlie Key, founder of Losant.

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A Clean and Clear Future

Learn more about how our client, the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport, has implemented IoT solutions that helped them enhance their customer experience prior to COVID and more importantly the ongoing benefits post-COVID.  The Losant Enterprise IoT Platform continues to support their IoT strategy during the pandemic by seamlessly adapting to ever-changing business requirements.

 

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