MachineShop Collaborates With Arrow Electronics to Power Its New IoT Enablement Offering, "Arrow Intelligent Services"

LAS VEGAS, NV--(Marketwired - Sep 9, 2015) - (CTIA - Super Mobility 2015) - MachineShop[1], the industry's only 100% API-based Internet of Things (IoT) platform company, announced today that it is collaborating with Arrow Electronics[2] on its new IoT-enablement offering, "Arrow Intelligent Services."

Arrow Intelligent Services provides a framework and set of API-based services that replace or complement proprietary interfaces and vendor-specific software development kits (SDKs). SDKs are programming interfaces that often require embedded software expertise or the investment of developer resources to learn vendor-specific protocols. By exposing these interfaces as standard APIs, Arrow is allowing its ecosystem to interact with IoT components through standard web services and simpler interfaces. Not only can this reduce the complexity and time to build

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