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Sine-Wave Technologies Accelerates the Internet of Things Using Fusion ioMemory

Sine-Wave Digital Nervous System Platform for Internet of Things Deployments Improves Application Performance and Responsiveness by 10x Using ioDrive2s From Fusion-io

BOSTON, Feb. 12, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Sine-Wave Technologies, Inc., a leader in the Internet of Things, has accelerated its Digital Nervous System platform, which powers enterprise Internet of Things deployments, using Fusion ioMemory. The new solution allows Sine-Wave customers to accelerate their private Internet of Things architectures, further narrowing the gap between the physical and virtual world by delivering real-time responsiveness in applications. 

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"As more devices connect to the Internet of Things, companies require faster platforms, like Sine-Wave's Digital Nervous System, to deliver the consistent performance that keeps their businesses running while providing room for future growth and spikes in demand," said Jonathan Clark, Sine-Wave founder and CEO. "In my career developing software and enterprise systems, rarely do I come across hardware that is a fundamental shift like the ioDrive2. We look forward to seeing what our customers do with the added performance capabilities made possible by Fusion-io."

Sine-Wave's Digital Nervous System is a complete platform for building Internet of Things applications. With a focus on enterprise applications and allowing customers to gain real intelligent insight into their smart ecosystems, Sine-Wave's platform simplifies the building of networks for customers. The company is continuously pushing the envelope in delivering performance and features to its customers.

The Fusion-io solution integrated by Sine-Wave on its Digital Nervous System platform incorporates ioDrive2 flash memory to accelerate transactions in the company's datacenters. The added performance strengthens Sine-Wave's commitment to deliver feature-rich, real-world performance for customers building Internet of Things applications. As Sine-Wave accelerates the analysis of data its customers' private Internet of Things networks, these businesses can build the applications they need without being limited by poor system performance.

"With more than 25 billion devices connecting to the Internet by 2015 and 50 billion by 2020, the Internet of Things is growing at an exponential pace, and innovative companies like Sine-Wave, that provide powerful platforms allowing others to build their own systems, are fueling this growth," said Steve Jackson, Fusion-io senior vice president of sales, Americas. "As the Internet of Things continues to become an integrated part of our lives, it is exciting to see ioMemory solutions being used at the forefront of this evolution in the solutions of thought leaders like Sine-Wave."

To learn more about the Sine-Wave Digital Nervous System, visit http://www.sine-wave.com

About Sine-Wave Technologies, Inc.

Sine-Wave is a privately held company and is located on the technology belt in Hopkinton, Massachusetts. Combining our software, world class data centers and software development team we are able to scale to meet the growing needs of your business. We have a history of working with enterprise customers including those in regulated industries. We understand the importance of ensuring data is immediately available and application is up and running. We are constantly focused on delivering practical Big Data solutions along with our focus of 100% uptime.

Media Contact: Bethany Audran, Sine-Wave Technologies, Inc., 508-720-3442, [email protected]

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