Affinegy, a global provider of connected device management and service enablement software, introduced an embedded client built to accelerate, optimize, and differentiate cloud services for the connected consumer.
In tandem with the announcement, the company also embraced a new family name for its products–Chariot–which defines Affinegy0 expanding presence in the Internet of Things (IoT) market.
The Chariot Client works with Affinegy0 Chariot Cloud, its cloud management software platform, which includes Affinegy0 ACS.
In addition, the Chariot Client features high-scale NAT traversal for any Cloud service to securely reach any managed device anywhere in the network. It supports cloud management of WiFi, IP, and smart device protocols, such as Z-wave, ZigBee and other smart LAN / Layer 2 protocols.
The embedded client includes software module management for Linux software and OSGI applications (TR_157). It also complies to the Broadband Forum TR-069 standard, and may be used with a third-party ACS. Chariot Client is available for popular processors running Linux for smart home hubs and Internet gateways.
Affinegy0 Chariot Client is provided as a lightweight C library for easy integration with embedded systems, gateways, routers, STBs, smart home bridge, eMTAs and more–ranging 250KB -1MB in size and <100KB run-time memory.