Sensinode today announced release of the NanoService™ Platform, a highly-scalable backend management platform. The NanoService™ Platform is designed to enable the rapid deployment of challenging M2M systems by providing efficient management of nodes and their resources and allowing applications to be easily developed using well understood Web services.
Designed to support M2M networks of up to 20 million nodes and up to 100 million daily transactions per cluster, the NanoService Platform offloads the complexity of Embedded Web service deployment from service providers and system integrators. Applications in the emerging Smart Grid, the Connected Home, lighting and many other industrial/consumer segments involving wireless sensing and control are readily accommodated by the Sensinode solution architecture.
“The evolution of the Internet of Things is accelerating on multiple fronts, including standards development, integration of IPv6 into the upcoming ZigBee Smart Energy 2.0 profile, and the global trend to leverage mobile communications infrastructure for M2M applications,” said Adam Gould, Chief Executive Officer of Sensinode. “Our goal with the NanoServices Platform is to support fast development of applications using standard Web tools, while at the same time making the details of the wireless network transparent to our customers.”
The NanoService Platform presents an environment for easy development of standard REST (Representational State Transfer) applications while utilizing standards for Embedded Web services such as CoAP (Constrained Application Protocol) and compact messaging formats including EXI (Efficient XML Exchange) for efficient transport of data.