AtomBeam in Action
IoT applications (including smart cities, smart buildings, smart industry, connected cars, utility monitoring, logistics, smart agriculture and smart homes) and remote sensor monitoring are some of the most noteworthy use cases for AtomBeam precisely because they are resource-constrained. AtomBeam enables 70%+ data reduction for transmission and security, reducing capital expense, adding speed and reducing capital and operating costs.
Vehicles can use AtomBeam to securely communicate with other cars on the road, with Google Maps, with your smart city, and with the car’s manufacturer — as well as for the car’s internal monitoring and control systems. Communications is accelerated by AtomBeam’s huge data reduction as well as its resilience to network errors, and AtomBeam’s built-in security addresses a top priority of vehicle manufacturers.
Cloud & Data Center Storage
AtomBeam is the ideal solution to address cloud and data center storage for a broad spectrum of industries that need to store small data units, and in the future, any data. Remote and edge IoT devices collectively generate petabytes of information every day, much of which must be transferred, analyzed and archived. AtomBeam encoded data does not require any compression or deduplication prior to storing it, and the data can be randomly accessed on a file basis once stored, enabling far faster analysis.
Wearables / Health Monitors
Devices for self-health monitoring and preventive care are ever-increasing, especially given the dramatic expansion of our elderly population. AtomBeam minimizes the transfer time (latency) of short, bursty health monitoring information while maintaining 100% data accuracy and improving security. Not only that, AtomBeam increases the amount of data that can be transferred over the same network by 3x to 4x, allowing existing networks to send far more information than they can at present.
Today’s factories are automated to optimize and prioritize the manufacturing outputs and logistics. AtomBeam’s low latency is critical for the many types of IoT devices used to monitor and control factory processes in which autonomous or remotely controlled robots must make lightning-fast adjustments in real-time to ensure quality and smooth operation. AtomBeam also minimizes cloud ingest and storage costs by reducing transmitted data by an average of 75%.
Telemetry data, which includes such diverse applications as aircraft, naval ships, medical monitoring equipment and numerous other examples, is a natural for AtomBeam. In almost every instance the desirability to significantly increase bandwidth, add security while not adding latency or error sensitivity is a paramount priority of users, but until AtomBeam no alternatives to added hardware existed. With AtomBeam, all of these goals can be achieved solely on the basis of software, a major value add compared to the cost and minimal disruption.
Remote sensors are ubiquitous, will BILLIONS more deployed each year in factories, weather stations, utility grids, ocean probes, homes, and outposts around the globe. What’s more, AtomBeam operates over wireless and satellite networks — as well as LPWANs (low power wide area networks) such as Sigfox, LoRa, NB-IoT, LTE-M and cellular 2G, 3G. When these networks experience errors, unlike traditional compression algorithms, AtomBeam keeps on truckin’.
Computer Reseller News (CRN) states, “In edge computing, sensors and other connected devices collect and analyze IoT data locally, alleviating the dependence on cloud or internet connectivity in specific situations where information needs to be processed quickly, reliably and securely.” AtomBeam is perfect on the edge, to process data quickly (low latency), reliably (100% lossless data transfer) and securely (only Codewords are transmitted and stored).
AtomBeam’s ability to handle data transmission challenges is particularly powerful where computing, power, network, and storage resources are constrained.
AtomBeam is designed to optimize resource-constrained applications.
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