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The 10 Top IoT Startups Of 2019 (So Far)

CRN takes a look at the 10 top Internet of Things startups of 2019 so far, which cover everything from security and connectivity to analytics and application development.

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Altizon

CEO: Vinay Nathan

Altizon is taking on industrial Internet of Things heavyweights like PTC and Siemens with a cloud-agnostic platform that provides edge connectivity and advanced analytics, among other things.

The startup, which has offices in Scotts Valley, Calif., and Pune, India, recently raised a $7 million funding round from Wipro Ventures, a Singapore-based subsidiary of Indian motorcycle manufacturer TVS Motor Company and other investors. The company has 132 enterprise customers across 31 countries, including TVS Motors, Procter & Gamble and Ecolab.

Altizon's end-to-end industrial IoT offering includes Datonis Edge for connecting edge devices and analyzing their data, the Datonis core platform for advanced analytics and integration, and the Datonis Manufacturing Intelligence suite, which comes with modules for productivity, quality, maintenance, energy profiling and traceability.

 
 
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