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Ingenu and Leverege to Deliver Fully Integrated Development Platform for RPMA

By Ken Briodagh May 08, 2017

Ingenu, a provider of purpose-built IoT RPMA connectivity, and Leverege, developers of a suite of cloud-based IoT products, have announced in a recent release the availability of an integrated development platform for RPMA (Random Phase Multiple Access) application development. The platform is designed to provide application developers with a simple user interface to view, manage and operate application data with the goal of simplifying development and accelerating time to market of IoT (Internet of Things) applications.

“Development of IoT applications is progressing at lightning speed, and time to market is essential,” said Eric Conn, Co-founder and CEO, Leverege. “Our expertise in delivering valuable solutions for developers and Ingenu’s leadership in providing reliable machine connectivity will give developers a distinct advantage in competing in the IoT market.”

The Leverege platform is set up to provide a complete and easy IoT application framework using high-fidelity simulation, data analytics, containerized software design and scalable cloud architectures. Its distributed, secure system collects and stores data from various streams, enables customers to manage, analyze and visualize data on a responsive dashboard consisting of both native and web applications. It is now using Ingenu’s Intellect device management platform to control and collect data from devices on the RPMA network.  

“We are excited to partner with Leverege as our companies share a culture of technology innovation and customer responsiveness,” said Joshua Builta, VP, Product Management, Ingenu. “The Leverege platform will enhance the user experience in developing applications based on RPMA, and will spur new use cases in this rapidly expanding industry.”

In order to advance the RPMA connectivity standard, Ingenu has been aggressively pursuing strategic partnerships for several years, which they’ve discussed at the last few IoT Evolution Expo events, and the pace doesn’t seem to be slowing at all.




Edited by Maurice Nagle

Editorial Director

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