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Radix IoT Platform?Launched Through Combination of BitBox and Mango IoT

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Radix IoT, offering IoT monitoring and intelligent management, recently announced the launch of its new IoT platform for remote monitoring, process management, and data aggregation intelligence for operational excellence and efficiency of multi-site critical facilities. Radix IoT combined edge monitoring solution Mango IoT Platform with the BitBox USA IoT Platform for distributed facilities’ operational intelligence in order to offer efficiency in data-driven business decisions for critical facilities, edge data centers, utilities, carrier edge/telecom infrastructure, industrial facilities and property management.

“With Radix as the single source of truth in what is often a disjointed technological infrastructure of systems, companies can properly manage the full breath of operations globally, avoiding the complexity of using multiple software platforms to perform remote management,” said Fred Dirla, CEO, Radix IoT. “Now facilities of any size can integrate Radix IoT for real-time watch list to expedite remote management, prevent failures and emergencies, determine preventive maintenance needs and optimally organize distributed assets for true data-driven business decisions.”

Features include:

  • Distributed Scalability: collects and manages data from across global locations allowing organizations with distributed geographic footprints to harness critical insight on operations and efficiency without limiting portfolio size or scalability.
  • IoT Toolkit: includes all the tools needed to build an IoT solution tailored to an organization’s specific needs right out of the box, and compiled into an intuitive web management console.
  • Open Integration: integrates into/with existing infrastructure regardless of the technology, and portfolios of equipment and software currently in use.
  • Simple: data-driven from turnkey, self-installed software/ hardware and OEM solutions, free of the common complexities and expense of custom programming and steep learning curves.

“The versatility of the Radix IoT platform allows geographically distributed multi-site enterprises to interact in real-time with thousands of IoT devices across their facilities, and retrieve actionable analytics for cost-savings, improved energy efficiency, reduced workloads, increased production uptime, and drastically improving systems’ efficiency,” said Chris Crosby, Chairman, Radix IoT. 

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