Five Minutes With…Peter Claydon, CEO, ContinuumBridge

April 26, 2017 Rich Nass, Embedded Computing Brand Director

Giving your “things” on the Internet an identity makes life much easier, especially if you’re not in the immediate vicinity of those thigs. For example, if a thermostat needs repair, and you have hundreds of thermostats on your network, it would be great to know where exactly that thermostat resides. This is feature that’s given to the IoT by ContinuumBridge. In this week’s Five Minutes with…discussion, the company’s CEO, Peter Claydon, explained how that works, and how it nicely extends itself to industrial applications.

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