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Ayla Networks

Ayla Networks, a leading provider of edge connectivity, device management and application enablement for the IoT, enables the world’s largest companies to connect any device, on any cloud, to any application. By leveraging the Ayla Agile IoT platform, customers are able to quickly productize future-proofed, connected products, while making device data usable for ongoing analytic insights and support for advanced business applications. For more information, visit www.aylanetworks.com.

Ayla Networks provides the industry’s first Agile IoT Platform, accelerating development, support, and ongoing enhancements of connected products for the Internet of Things. Ayla’s software fabric runs across devices, cloud, and apps to create secure connectivity, data analytics, and feature-rich customer experiences. Offered as a platform-as-a-service (PaaS), Ayla’s flexibility and modularity enable rapid changes to practically any type of device, cloud, and app environment. Headquartered in Milpitas, Calif., the company has partnered with major hardware, cloud, and application vendors leading the new era of the Internet of Things. Ayla has raised over $125 million from leading venture capital firms and strategic investors who share this vision.
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