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By Rich Handley

Ayla Networks Adds Google Cloud Platform Support to Its IoT Platform

Ayla Networks, which offers an Internet of Things (IoT)-based platform-as-a-service (PaaS) to provide device virtualization and management, has announced that it will integrate its IoT platform device connectivity and management technologies with Google Cloud Platform, to offer an end-to-end IoT solution that enables rapid time to market and business value for companies launching connected products.

"We are excited to work with Ayla to provide companies with the resources needed to succeed when developing connected products," said Antony Passemard, Google Cloud IoT's head of product management, in a prepared statement. "Combined with the power of GCP, Ayla's technology will enable more companies to tap directly into Google Cloud's renowned application enablement, AI, machine learning and data analytics capabilities to deliver the outcomes that meet their business needs."

Adding access to GCP services strengthens Ayla's connectivity, device-management and application-enablement solution, the company reports. According to Ayla, businesses can achieve faster time to market by taking advantage of its connectivity options and device-virtualization and -management features; scale connected device deployments securely and with high reliability; and attain rapid time to business value by leveraging Ayla's flexible data pipeline along with GCP's application-enablement options, both native and partner-based.

"Success in IoT starts with the ability to virtualize any physical device and rapidly connect it with other digital services and virtualized devices," said David Friedman, Ayla Networks' CEO, in the prepared statement. "Then, the real value of IoT happens when the data from interconnected devices can be ingested into applications and services able to transform the data in ways that support better decisions and drive business outcomes."

By integrating with GCP, Ayla says it will give companies a new option for unlocking the value contained within their connected-device data. The Ayla IoT platform, running on GCP, is currently in beta-testing with selected customers, and is expected to be made generally available during the fourth quarter of 2018.

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