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Rheem has long been at the forefront of technology, whether it be winning awards for innovation, efficiency or industry firsts. So it’s no wonder their vision for creating a smart connected family of products, branded Rheem EcoNet®, needed a flexible, scalable edge IoT cloud platform. Unfortunately, they appeared to be ahead of their time and the market’s ability to provide an adequate platform.
The challenge was how to get all their smart HVAC and water heaters connected to the cloud in the best, most scalable and stable way. Their system at the time, like many enterprise systems, faced too many challenges in terms of stability, scale-up time and monitoring resources. As they grew, wanting to pave the way for connecting their products around the world, they realized they needed to make a systemic change, and they began to look for the best cloud solution.
Hear the details of Rheem’s journey to creating a successful connected water heater line of products and learn how you can apply the same principles to achieve your connected product vision.
01:30 Connected water heater case study
06:24 The RheemCONNECT platform
08:55 Event powered and data drive application design
11:22 Four new categories of portals to make our jobs faster and easier
14:25 Operations five distinct portals
18:34 Device management
23:16 Multi-cloud friendly ClearBlade
A proven Leader experienced in Software/Product Development with a proven history of innovation. I've filled the roles of developer, architect, development manager and Director. I have experience working in startup environments, large corporations and as a consultant. I've spent most of my career in the IoT space, including both the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), Converged IoT formally known as Converged Services or the 3 screen strategy, and Consumer IoT such as wearables AppleWatch, Connected Car, Smart Home, etc... I've designed and developed OTT (Over The Top) Video Distribution and Management Systems, IPTV and iTV application, various Ad Management Systems and now WebRTC. Perhaps my greatest contribution to AT&T is the U-verse Enabled platform. An API which enables developers to build second screen applications for the U-verse platform.View the profile
Eric Simone is the Founder and CEO of ClearBlade Inc., an Enterprise Edge Computing Internet of Things (IoT) software company focused on large Enterprises in the transportation, building facilities, and connected products markets. Prior to starting ClearBlade, Eric was the founder and CTO of Compete Incorporated, which sold to Perficient Inc. (PRFT) for $63M in May of 2000. Earlier in his career, Eric achieved success in senior engineering, product and sales positions at IBM and Johns Hopkins Hospital. Eric has a degree in Computer Science from Purdue University and iView the profile
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