Radix IoT Introduces Mango Series 4 Platform
In combination with the Radix IoT platform, Mango is the most comprehensive collection of tools for building an all-encompassing IoT solution on the market.
FREMONT, CA: Radix IoT, a unified IoT platform, has recently released the Mango Series 4 platform to the public. This critical upgrade sets Mango Series 4 as the most dependable IoT platform on the market, providing a significant improvement in usability, scalability, and security features over its pre-release to key customers in Spring 2021. Mango Series 4 is the most comprehensive platform for OEMs and their customer’s proactive asset management and remote monitoring of commissioned equipment, transforming all types of technology into IoT-compatible infrastructure on a global scale, with its ground-breaking capacity and analytical proficiency for large-scale institutional users.
“Field tested and deployed globally by multinational large-scale enterprises, Mango Series 4 is a proven, reliable, and robust IoT platform for rapid deployment and a world class experience. Feature-equipped and simple-to-operate, it supports large scale IoT deployments and equipment manufacturers wishing to IoT-enable their products,” said Michael Skurla, Chief Product Officer, Radix IoT. “The robust end-to-end connectivity, rock-solid distributed data collection capabilities, massive scale data storage, and unbeatable data visualization engine of Mango Series 4 offers an open connectivity philosophy, without limiting end-users to vendor-specific technology choices.”
In combination with the Radix IoT platform, Mango is the most comprehensive collection of tools for building an all-encompassing IoT solution on the market. Mango easily integrates any product into a global ecosystem at the device level, allowing it to develop the desired customer or company-facing solution in the cloud.
“The vision for Mango Series 4 started prior to the merger of Infinite Automation Systems (IAS) and Radix IoT almost a year ago. The combined forces allowed for rapid innovation and development that enabled Mango to reach a larger application base, while also accelerating the speed to market of new features we are excited to be releasing Mango Series 4 to our general user-base,” said Joel Haggar, Chief Strategy Officer, Radix IoT.
the Radix IoT platform offers seamless connectivity for technology of all types, shapes, and sizes from HVAC components to solar equipment, agriculture items, factory/industrial automation equipment, water management products, and smart building enabling devices. Without requiring on-site or specialist people to build out a cloud environment, businesses may streamline IoT deployment. Bi-directional connections between the cloud and Mango Series 4 integrate telemetry data from disparate systems and equipment, enabling remote diagnosis and control and analytics, AI, and ML engines.
OEMs can privately label their customer-facing solution with unique features thanks to the Radix IoT Mango Series 4 platform’s flexibility, including:
Backend Scaling endorses tens of thousands of locations with distributed architecture enabling for administration at scale with unprecedented speed and ease with options to use the Radix IoT Cloud for data storage or end-users infrastructure/cloud service. Mango has been thoroughly tested at large sizes and has proven to be reliable over millions of data points.
Enterprise Administrative Experience, a wholly revamped administration section, provides a web-based application that is fast and mobile-friendly, with a modified workflow to manage any size of system with unparalleled speed and ease.
Security Enhancements businesses can adhere to a broad range of corporate IT standards and demands with LDAP and SSO integration.
OEM-centric integration Allowing integration with various operating systems and processors allows for a comprehensive OEM package deployment without requiring extensive product rework.
The Analytics-Driven API is a brand-new, robust API that makes it easy to integrate third-party analytics, AI, and customer-facing applications.
New User Permission and Role Structure with system inheritance and logical expressions, the user management system serves the needs of large enterprises deploying customer-facing applications with private logins.
Frontend Scaling, a new UI system with rapid pace and hyper-responsiveness, endorses large installations with an unprecedented number of concurrent logins cost-effectively.
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