ClearObject is an IoT Systems Innovator, helping the world’s best companies connect their bold ideas to the Internet of Things. We bring our years of experience, our team of experts and our coalition of leading partners together to make your IoT solutions a reality.
At ClearObject, we imagine a world powered by connected technologies and we make it a reality. Connected trucking fleets that enable more effective transportation, secure hosting environments that facilitate testing of advanced medical devices, efficient alternative energy sources and improved communication between devices and their creators.
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- IOT SOLUTIONS
Seven years ago in a basement in the Chicago suburbs, a handful of people had an idea. This idea grew from a basement brainstorm, to an investor meeting in a car-detailing garage, to an Indianapolis based startup, and (eventually) to an award winning, industry renowned organization.
We have come a long way from that basement. Through countless hours, innumerable sacrifices, and immeasurable dedication, we grew into CloudOne. Through more of the same, we have been presented with the opportunity to expand and diversify.
Our company now has a global presence and a wall of customer logos that include the world’s thought leaders, industry experts and most trusted brands. Our revenue has grown steadily over the past three years. Our team has moved into a new headquarters in Fishers, IN. Our partnerships have continuously strengthened. Our offerings have continuously increased.
Over the years, our mission, expertise, and potential have evolved. We have grown our team, we have new ideas and we have new resources. Now, it is time for our identity to better reflect those abilities and assets.
With that in mind, I am thrilled to announce that effective today, CloudOne is now ClearObject.
We have the same entrepreneurial drive, we have the same focus and we have the same unwavering dedication to our customers. We want our name and image to showcase all that we have to offer; we are more than a cloud company.
ClearObject is an IoT systems innovator: we disrupt the way you do business, without interrupting your organization. We put your data to work. We connect your “things” to the enormous potential of the Internet of Things.
We accomplish this by deploying the same tactics that gave CloudOne such great success. ClearObject leverages the combined power of our own experts and our partners to provide world class IoT services. ClearObject aims to be a leader in the internet of everything. We provide clear pathways to our customer’s IoT objectives and their data. We clarify the complexity found in software, networking and clouds, that often hinders innovation. We enable audacity.
As we look towards our future as ClearObject, we offer a heartfelt “thank you” to those who made CloudOne so successful, and made ClearObject possible. We are excited to share this journey with all of you for many years to come.
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- CASE STUDIES
Clear Object: IBM InfoSphere Streams Powered by CloudOneInfoSphere Streams (STREAMS) provides an advanced analytics platform that allows user-developed applications to quickly digest, analyze and correlate informational data as it arrives from thousands of real time sources.STREAMS can process high speed data throughput rates, up to millions of events/messages per second. This solution is designed to give your team the most flexibility for managing data collection applications and services, while letting CloudOne manage the servers for threats or mistakes.
Clear Object: Cloudone IoT platformThe CloudOne Platform for the Internet of Things brings together critical tools and elements into a global, secure, virtual private cloud environment with managed services, flexible licensing management and global device messaging.On the IOT Systems side of the platform, data and messages collected from mobile applications and devices in use flows into analytics engines in real time, while sophisticated statistical and exploratory models help you make sense of what is happening. This insight establishes new requirements in the continuous engineering systems development lifecycle, which includes modeling, collaborative team sharing, testing and build automation. These improved software builds flow to the production line, where sensors, maintenance and asset management information mesh with service records and analysis to improve quality, yields and reduce cost. Once the new devices and apps are in the hands of customers, the data flows again, powering the next generation of the continuous improvement cycle.At the same time, continuous agile delivery, sometimes called “DevOps”, is the new normal in the development of IT Systems that support these mobile and IoT devices. Driven by market demand and competitive pressures, the old release cycles have been compressed into a never ending, but ever improving software build and deploy cycle. This starts with collaborative lifecycle management (CLM) of the software development process through to continuous DevOps testing and build automation and deployment, to deployment and system performance monitoring and healing of those critical support servers.The interconnection of these systems enables constant mobile and IoT device improvements, but also ensures that the IT systems that support and feed those systems stay in sync and up-to-speed. That’s why it’s critical to bring all these elements together into one, common, secure, managed infrastructure, so you can focus on improving your organization capability while knowing your development and production teams are keeping up.
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