The company's AI/machine learning-based data compaction solution is offered as the first to reduce the amount of IoT data transmitted by 70-80%, effectively expanding existing bandwidth by 3 to 5 times. This results in radical efficiencies and overall savings of 30-70% in hardware, network, and cloud costs the company says.
"In the new IoT data-driven world, speed and security will become pre-requisites for successful deployment," says Charles Yeomans, CEO of AtomBeam Technologies. "With a fast, light code, AtomBeam can be embedded in virtually any network, data center server, or connected IoT device. AtomBeam's mission is to become the go-to solution in machine data transmission."
The company says its solution offers the following demonstrated benefits:
- Companies experiencing up to 75% data reduction in their cloud costs from solution providers
- Satellite companies and their users having up to 5x more bandwidth at lower latency
- Cellular and NB-IoT (LPWAN) service providers having a 2x increase in their transmission ranges with increased security
- Capability for both solution providers and companies to increase the size of their IoT data transmitted at no increased costs with reduced latency
- 25% reduction in battery life usage, enabling a similar OPEX savings for companies to maintain their field sensors
- Companies gain an additional, built-in security layer
Industry sectors that serve to benefit the most from the use of its technology, says the company, are telcos, satellites, robotics, and LPWAN networks. In addition, its solution is offered as providing the needed bandwidth for connected cars and autonomous vehicles with Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) technology with minimal added latency and security at the edge.
The company plans to unveil its patented technology at the upcoming Oct. 22nd - 24th Mobile World Congress (MWC) event in Los Angeles.
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