Hivecell is Listed in the AWS Partner Device Catalog
Hivecell is an Edge-as-a-Service company that has announced that Hivecell One is listed in the AWS Partner Device Catalog.
FREMONT, CA: Hivecell, an Edge-as-a-Service company, recently announced that Hivecell One is listed in the AWS Partner Device Catalog. Hivecell offers an entirely modular hardware infrastructure with a secure software layer for remote SaaS and data management. Coupled with AWS IoT Greengrass support, it will provide a seamless combination of edge computing to the AWS infrastructure. It will allow deploying hundreds or even thousands of locations with just a push of a button, even behind a firewall.
Hivecell does not need a devoted technical crew or special racks for installing and can be provisioned with a remote web user interface. All the node offers a built-in backup battery and WiFi connection with the entire stack, so that compute is not interrupted in temporary separation because of a power outage. Loading a new node on a current stack will also automatically link it to the on-demand scalability network. The simplicity of Hivecell decreases up to 50 percent of the expense of installation and maintaining the computing power at the edge compared to traditional cloud providers.
“Since our launch of the Hivecell One, we have provided innovative solutions to our customers, advancing the mass adoption of edge computing,” said Jeffrey Ricker, Co-founder and CEO of Hivecell. “Leveraging AWS IoT Greengrass allows us to expand our reach and help AWS users realize the full potential of their IoT deployments at the edge.”
Other Hivecell features consist of:
• collaboration: Pull-based architecture allows deploying and monitoring containers online with no extra configurations of firewall-protected locations.
• Baranovsky connectors: Such patent-pending couplers pass AC power and ethernet to the top Hivecell node from the bottom one. They adopt a stack with numerous nodes with just two cables per cluster, eventually simplifying deploy and maintenance.
• Automated orchestration: Hivecell management dashboard even allows the provisioning of Kubernetes to remote infrastructure in just eight minutes and full monitors down the node level.
• Fully remote deploy: Hivecell servers are sent preconfigured directly to the deployment locations and do not need tech crew or special racks for installation. They also appear online and ready for assignments whenever they are plugged into the network.
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