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The 10 Hottest Industrial IoT Startups Of 2019

From Altizon to Xage Security, CRN looks at the 10 hottest startups of 2019 that are bringing new offerings to the world of industrial IoT.

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Tulip

CEO: Natan Linder

Tulip wants to make it easier for manufacturers to build their own industrial IoT applications with a no-code development platform that links together people, processes and machines.

The Somerville, Mass.-based startup raised a $39.5 million Series B round led by Vertex Ventures, with participation from one of its customers, machine tools manufacturer DMG Mori. As part of the startup's partnership with DMG Mori, the manufacturer's customers will be able to augment their machine tool workloads with customized Tulip applications.

The startup has been racking up partnerships over the past year as part of its go-to-market strategy. This includes a reseller partnership with solution provider Elevate Technologies LLC and industrial automation solution provider Mechatronic Solutions.

 
 
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