SAN JOSE, CA, June 24, 2019 – Charles Yeomans, CEO of AtomBeam® Technologies Inc., a data compaction software company focused on the Internet of Things (IoT) market, will address strategies for IoT power management on Thurs., June 27 at Sensors Expo at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, CA.

Yeomans will speak on IoT Power Management Strategies from 1:15-2 p.m. on the IoT Connectivity Ecosystem stage. He will discuss how AI-enabled data compaction offers real-time speed and throughput for IoT applications which have critical issues with power consumption due to security, edge processing and transmission needs.

With the explosion of IoT data doubling each year, AtomBeam offers data compaction software that shrinks data by 70 percent on average to significantly reduce transmission costs and speed transfer of IoT data.

The significance of less data being sent delivers a host of advantages:

  • Extends battery life in IoT devices by 25-35 percent
  • Decreases transmission costs by up to 50 percent
  • 100 percent lossless data compaction
  • Increases available bandwidth 3-5 times
  • Twice the transmission range
  • Decreases transmission costs up to 50 percent
  • Minimal added latency and error sensitivity


AtomBeam is a data compaction software company positioned to become a universal standard for IoT data transmission.  AtomBeam’s 21st Century data compaction reduces IoT data by 70%–80%. Thanks to AI/machine learning and encoding processes, the technology is effective with any size data and adds virtually no latency. Using AtomBeam, end users will gain the benefits of significantly compacted data, reduction in bandwidth, extremely low latency, reduced storage cost, and extended battery life. The software also provides a built-in security layer for IoT companies (with encryption on the road map for a later release).

AtomBeam licenses its software to manufacturers of IoT devices and gateways, edge and data center servers, and cloud storage systems, as well as to networks such as satellites, LPWANs and telcos. With a fast, light code, AtomBeam can be embedded in virtually any network, firmware, CPU, or connected IoT device. It delivers game changing results especially for IoT companies using bandwidth and power constraining, low power wide area networks (LPWANs) and meets the high-bandwidth requirements of autonomous vehicles.

Companies may contact the sales team for a demonstration of how AtomBeam can compact the data for your company and deliver radical efficiencies and lower costs. AtomBeam has been operating since 2017 and is a private company based in Moraga, Calif. For more information, visit


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Ann Taylor
IoT Marketing