Arrayent Supports Development and Delivery of 60+ Connected Products across the Globe

REDWOOD CITY, CA -- Arrayent announces that more than 60 connected products from leading brands, such as Whirlpool, Chamberlain, Liftmaster, Maytag, Pentair, Salus, OSRAM, and Braeburn have been IoT-enabled by the Arrayent Connect IoT platform. Arrayent Connect-powered products are widely available at retail outlets in North America, Europe, South America, and Australia.

Trusted brands choose Arrayent Connect as their IoT platform because of Arrayent's ability to reduce the time and cost associated with developing and delivering connected products in a secure and scalable way. Arrayent Connect already supports hundreds of thousands of home appliances, consumer electronics, and home safety and system control devices that are used by consumers in a variety of geographic regions around the globe.

"Arrayent Connect helped Braeburn develop and launch our connected thermostats on time and within budget" said Dan Poplawski of Braeburn Systems. "Our customers are delighted with the speed, stability, and ease of use of these connected thermostats, and Arrayent Connect made this success possible." Bob Miller, CFO of Pentair Aquatic added, "Arrayent Connect provides an economic, enterprise-level solution for all of our Internet-connected residential product needs."

With multiple operations centers in North America, South America, Europe, and Asia, Arrayent Connect is able to support connected products around the globe, while enabling its customers to adhere to all local consumer data privacy regulations, eliminating a key hurdle in delivering connected products to market. Even with the European Court of Justice's recent ruling invalidating the long-standing Safe Harbor decision, prominent American and European brands, including Bauknecht (Whirlpool), OSRAM, and Salus, are able to use Arrayent Connect to successfully support their European connected products initiatives.

Cyril Brignone, CEO of Arrayent, said, "We're very excited to support the development and delivery of secure, scalable, IoT-enabled products for the world's most trusted brands. At CES 2016 we will be showing connected products from many of our customers, as well as exciting new capabilities that will help us continue as the industry's leading IoT platform company."

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