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Company enables organizations to transform sensor data into real-time decisions.
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) July 09, 2014
TempoDB announced today that it has changed its name to TempoIQ. Building on the companys established leadership in time series data storage, the new name reflects TempoIQs expanded ability to provide public and private sector clients with an integrated backend solution for sensor data analytics, monitoring and storage.
Sensor data is growing at a staggering pace as more companies and individuals turn to Internet-connected sensors to track and improve business and personal performance, a trend labeled the Internet of Things (IoT). For all of its promise, IoT is limited by the complexity of turning massive amounts of real-time sensor data into actionable information. With TempoIQ, businesses finally have an integrated solution to not only capture, but also to analyze and act on that sensor data.
The sensor market is exploding, as it has become inexpensive to deploy Internet-connected sensors, said Andrew Cronk, TempoIQ co-founder and CEO. But at present, many organizations rely on patchwork solutions of multiple technology vendors for data capture, monitoring, analytics and storage. With TempoIQ, companies now have access to a single integrated backend solution that can easily scale to millions of sensors and analyze billions of data points in real time.
TempoIQs cloud-based backend solution is scalable and customizable for small and large enterprises, making it ideal for developers and managers who are rapidly adopting sensors as a way to differentiate their product offerings or improve operational efficiency. "TempoIQ has given us the opportunity to build brand new products, says Daniel Keith, vice president of technology at Brightergy, a solar energy efficiency company and TempoIQ customer.
As the leader in sensor analytics, TempoIQ is enabling innovative companies to rapidly transform their businesses. Fluke Networks, the leading manufacturer of enterprise network diagnostics devices, accelerated the launch of its new cloud service strategy by leveraging TempoIQ. According to Fluke Networks CTO Bruce Kosbab, TempoIQ is definitely helping us grow because its enabling us to get to market more quickly.
In addition to its name change, TempoIQ announced that Lew Moorman, former president and chief strategy officer of Rackspace, joined its Board of Directors. TempoIQ is at the center of the rapidly evolving and exciting IoT market, Moorman noted. Big data and the Internet of Things hold a lot of promise, and TempoIQ is essential in turning that promise into reality.
As we continue to help companies capitalize on the world of sensors, the experience and insights of Lew and the rest of our Board of Directors will prove invaluable, Cronk added.
To request a free demo, please visit https://www.TempoIQ.com.
TempoIQ is the leader in sensor analytics, offering real-time sensor data monitoring, analytics, and storage for customers in Alternative Energy, Smart Grid, Oil & Gas, Medical Devices, and more. The company was founded in 2011 by Andrew Cronk, Justin DeLay, and Michael Yagley. Headquartered in Chicago, Ill., TempoIQ is backed by Hyde Park Venture Partners, Chicago Ventures, Divergent Ventures, Tahoma Ventures, and others. Contact us or request a demo at http://www.TempoIQ.com.
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