Ayla Networks forms strategic alliance with Smartvue

Santa Clara, California, May 18, 2017:  Ayla Networks, a global Internet of Things (IoT) platform for manufacturers, has formed a strategic partnership with Smartvue Corporation, a provider of IoT video services, to integrate Smartvue video technology with the Ayla IoT platform. As a result, manufacturers of Ayla-powered IoT products will be able to easily incorporate value-added video services into their connected products, said a press statement.

“This partnership with Smartvue will allow IoT product manufacturers and IoT service providers to bring revenue-generating video services to market quickly, securely and cost-effectively,“ said David Friedman, Chief Executive Officer and co-founder of Ayla Networks. “Ayla delivers end-to-end platform services for connected products, and the enterprise-class video services from Smartvue represent a next-generation enhancement of our IoT platform.”

Smartvue’s IoT video services, an end-to-end platform-as-a-service solution, supports connected devices that require video capture, security, transport, cloud storage, management, analytics and distribution in a simple and elegant interface, cost-effectively delivered at scale worldwide to almost any device. The Smartvue platform uploads 89 million minutes of video to its Cloud and is backed by an industry-leading portfolio of 60 utility patents.

According to Martin Renkis, Chief Executive Officer and founder of Smartvue Corporation, “Using the natural synergy between our companies, we will help manufacturers of IoT products deliver revenue-generating video features to their customers.”

The partnership between Ayla and Smartvue is expected to result in a suite of IoT-specific video services for IoT manufacturers. Those new capabilities include:

  • Enablement of video recording and playback with IoT devices deployed on the Ayla platform
  • Data analysis of IoT device and video camera events
  • Singular point of consumer account management and control


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