RacoWireless Launches IoT App Marketplace for Mobile Developers
Wednesday, September 10, 2014
RacoWireless has announced the launch of its Application Marketplace, an IoT app store that allows companies build, enhance and sell connected IoT/M2M solutions.
The Application Marketplace allows app developers to create new revenue streams by offering their value-added products and features to a growing community of solution and service providers. Solutions providers, in turn, gain the ability to add quantifiable value to their new and existing products. Built on RacoWireless’ Position Logic platform, the Application Marketplace allows customers to select from a growing array of applications and have them seamlessly integrate into their connected solutions.
The new marketplace comes on the heels of the RacoWireless’s announcement of Omega DevCloud, which allows web developers to build connected applications using common web language.
RacoWireless’ Position Logic is a location-based services platform that features an environment to implement and control end-to-end, connected solutions. Operating in 70 countries, the platform allow customers access to enhanced features.
RacoWireless is a provider of wireless data solutions, supporting the Internet of Things. The company provides support for companies to build, manage and enhance wireless IoT applications. RacoWireless can assemble an end-to-end IoT wireless connectivity solution for its partners - including delivering custom rate plans, tailored billing solutions and customized wireless connectivity as well as helping customers brand their IoT.
Read more: http://www.positionlogic.com/gps-tracking-products...
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