ThingWorx™ announced on December 3 that it has been selected by Verizon Enterprise Solutions as a founding member of their recently announced M2M Application Development Environment Program (M.A.D.E.). The program is designed to enable rapid implementation of innovative M2M solutions for Verizon’s customer base.
From the the press release:
ThingWorx provides Verizon, and Verizon partners and customers, with a unique Application Enablement Platform that drives rapid development of innovative M2M applications, a feature that Verizon has identified as critical in realizing the promise of a Connected World and proliferation of M2M technology and solutions. The ThingWorx platform makes it easy for companies to develop and deploy M2M applications, allowing them to monetize the benefits and opportunities created by connected solutions. These applications can be easily customized and deployed in a variety of different industries, including but not limited to, healthcare, energy, transportation, and agriculture.
Obviously I have no idea if ThingWorx™ faced competition or not, but it’s reasonable to assume they did, and either way this is a huge endorsement from a major US M2M player. Well done guys!
This is so damn cool. Smart use of technology when the little humans make something to replace us. Have you seen Will Smith in iRobot. First time anyone thought about machines take over humans. Right. This is getting a gnats todger from iRobot.
For those that know. Well, you know. Not saying anything else besides it was cool to see it at a traffic light and brought back many memories of me sucking at skateboarding. But, I love the brand.
Not sure why the guy from Monopoly has a light switch erection but it made me laugh, when I needed it.
Here is some graffiti from the other day: RiNo District Graffiti 2. This Morning. | RiNo District Graffiti. This Morning. |
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First, thanks to my son Dane for sending to us. If you frequent TSTF.co then you know we are all about cool usage of items. materials and textures. That pretty much why we love the incorporation of these empty vessels into something much more appealing than the outside. Although, we ...Share this: