Accelerating the
Industrial Internet of Things

Xively (Google)

Xively (Google)
United States
2003
Public
$10-100m
201 - 1,000
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Xively (formerly known as Cosm and Pachube) is a division of LogMeIn Inc (LOGM), a global, public company that is a leading provider of essential remote services. Organizations worldwide rely on LogMeIn's suite of SaaS customer care, remote IT management, access and collaboration products. Xively is built on LogMeIn's cloud platform Gravity, which handles over 255 million devices, users and customers across 7 datacenters worldwide. Xively, the IoT division of LogMeIn, works with companies around the world to bring to market the most successful and innovative IoT products available today. Xively's Connected Product Management (CPM) platform helps companies connect products securely, manage connected products and the data they produce, and reimagine how they engage with their customers.

LogMeIn provides customers with a product management and a connectivity focus via its Xively IoT Platform. On the edge, its Xively Device Agent can work with chipsets from companies such as Qualcomm or STMicroelectronics. It leverages partners' edge computing solutions, such as TI's CC3200 chip family or Option's CloudGate gateway. For application and data integration, LogMeIn offers its own Xively Time Series (for data ingestion) and Xively Data Flow (Node-RED rule engine), as well as messaging and integration services from partners such as Amazon Kinesis, Twilio and Zapier. From an API perspective, LogMeIn has specific items, such as Xively MQTT broker, as well as a broader Xively Blueprint (object directory, libraries and data model), and security in its Xively Identity Manager. LogMeIn can be supplemented with third-party middleware, such as Apigee and Mashery (API management), Microsoft Azure (aPaaS) or Splunk (analytics), and New Relic (status monitoring). Application partners include Salesforce, Microsoft (for Dynamics) and Zendesk.

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