News - 09/20/2021

Advancing Edge-as-a-Service at IoT World Berlin

Hivecell team available for in-person meetings at the expo.

Berlin, Germany (9/20/21) – To offer its unique insights into the future of data, Hivecell, the Edge-as-a-Service company, will commence its Fall conference agenda with Industry of Things World Berlin. The company will be offering insights into its technology solutions and how they are accelerating time-to-insight in Edge IoT. 

“The need to process and analyze data at the point it is created and consumed is frequently becoming a necessity for organizations as they add more connected devices and automation,” said Jeffrey Ricker, CEO and co-founder of Hivecell. “We’re excited to attend the IoT World conference in Berlin and continue the conversation on the current business case for edge computing.”  

Industry of Things Berlin  

The Industry of Things Berlin hybrid event will take place online and in person at the Titanic Chaussee Berlin from September 20 – 21. Hivecell representatives will be available in-person to speak throughout. 

To schedule a meeting with a Hivecell representative at the event, please contact inquiry@hivecell.com.  

About Hivecell 

Hivecell is the Edge-as-a-Service company redefining the category of edge computing with easy-to-deploy, future-proofed, technology agnostic solutions empowering companies to scale infinitely and save massive amounts of resources in their management and processing of big data. It takes compute power out of the data center and places it at the true edge, enabling companies to efficiently manage thousands of remote locations without the use of a huge IT team and at 50 percent of the cost of traditional cloud providers. To learn more visit, http://www.hivecell.com

Media Contacts 

Sara Reister
Matter on behalf of Hivecell
hivecell@matternow.com

215-896-3243

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