ioBridge

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Providers of technology and services that make it easy and cost-effective to Web-enable anything from consumer products to smart city applications. Creators of RealTime.io - a scalable, secure, and stable platform for the Internet of Things available for license by manufacturers.We specialize in making it simple and cost-effective to Internet-enable devices and products for manufacturers, professionals and casual users. By providing all of the components necessary to Web-enable things, ioBridge's customers avoid the complexity and cost associated with piecing together solutions from multiple vendors. ioBridge was founded to help make the Internet of Things a reality by making it easy and cost-effective to connect things together. We see a future of useful interactions with things and finding the meaningful data that exists all around us.Our ideas lead us to create a complete end-to-end platform that is secure, private, and scalable for everything from DIY home projects to commercial products and professional applications worldwide. We are growing very quickly and get a kick out of the diversity of applications that are being created with our technology and services.

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