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10 Hot IoT Companies To Watch In 2019

CRN takes a look at 10 hot Internet of Things companies, both established and new, that are set to make big moves in 2019 after raising funding rounds, announcing new products and landing big partnerships.

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After raising a $13 million Series A round and launching its Manufacturing App Platform in 2017, Tulip followed up in 2018 with strategic partnerships and new product announcements, raising the stakes for how the industrial Internet of Things startup will follow through in the new year. The Somerville, Mass.-based company's Manufacturing App Platform, which lets manufacturers build apps with no code, has already been adopted by large manufacturers like Merck, Jabil and New Balance — and the company is looking to expand its clientele with new business plans for small to midsize manufacturers. Earlier in the year, the company announced the launch of Smart Workstation, a product developed with Bosch that gives operators an easy-to-set-up connected workstation. The company also landed a partnership with Clear Process Solutions as a reseller partner.

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