Digi-Key Electronics and Machinechat will be developing and delivering ready-to-use IoT data management software or IoT development and deployments
Digi-Key Electronics announced that it has partnered with Machinechat to deliver the industry’s most affordable and easy-to-use IoT data management solution to accelerate IoT development and deployments. Machinechat informed that its JEDI One is an all-in-one software application for IoT developers and solution architects to provision IoT data collection, visualization, monitoring and local storage capabilities in minutes.
“Digi-Key is a global distribution leader in providing best-of-breed technology tools and solutions that are helping to accelerate the development of tomorrow’s IoT solutions. We’re excited to partner with them to deliver our affordable and robust IoT software to the millions of engineers, developers and makers building IoT projects,” said E.E. Wang, chief marketing officer for Machinechat.
Exclusive distributor of Machinechat’s JEDI One
Under terms of the partnership, Digi-Key will be the exclusive distributor of Machinechat’s JEDI One. The JEDI One IoT solution, as the company informed, enables developers to readily integrate data collection, visualization and monitoring into their IoT projects in minutes.
“We are excited to partner with Machinechat, an emerging leader in delivering easy-to-use and innovative IoT data management solutions,” said Robbie Paul, director of IoT business development for Digi Key.
He continued, “The majority of today’s IoT projects are stalled or delayed due to the costs and complexity in developing custom software applications for each project, with as much as 50 per cent or more of the cost to develop a prototype for developing custom software to process, store and present IoT data. Machinechat’s configurable all-in-one JEDI One IoT solution enables developers to readily integrate data collection, visualization and monitoring into their IoT projects in minutes, saving them thousands of hours of custom software development.”