The 10 Coolest Internet Of Things Startups Of 2016

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CEO: Joe Britt

Connected products are a great idea – but may not work if the Wi-Fi network goes down. Los Altos, Calif.-based startup Afero, wants to fix this problem.

The startup, founded in 2015, focuses on making it easier for developers to get IoT devices securely connected and out to the market. The company provides modules for edge devices, hubs, a secure cloud and developer tools to allow IoT device developers to concentrate on building devices, while they provide the foundation for IoT services and automation. 

Last May, Afero raised $20.3 million in a new round of Series A funding.

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