All MYTHINGS Central components are built using industry-standard Docker containers to give customers the flexibility to build, test and deploy their IoT network
FREMONT, CA: BehrTech, a disruptive enabler of next-gen wireless IoT connectivity, announced the launch of MYTHINGS Central 3.0, the latest version of the only network and device management software for Low-Power Wide-Area Networks leveraging MIOTYTM.
Through its powerful plug-in system and API-driven design, this update to MYTHINGS Central includes backend integration with significant cloud solutions like Microsoft Azure, AWS, and Cumulocity, as well as other third-party applications and IoT platforms such as Ericsson IoT Accelerator.
Built for integration and interoperability, MYTHINGS Central enables customers to easily connect, configure, and manage thousands of IoT sensors for countless IoT applications like infrastructure and facility management, asset monitoring, environmental monitoring, and predictive maintenance. It can be deployed in any environment, whether on the base station, customer premises, or the cloud. Its microservices-based architecture delivers built in security and high system scalability.
“MYTHINGS Central is a holistic network management tool designed to give our customers the most flexibility and control over their IoT network architecture from end to end,” says Wolfgang Thieme, Chief Technology Officer, and co-founder, BehrTech. “Its modular and vendor independent design provides the ease and global interoperability customers need to build, operate and scale a secure IoT workflow from any endpoint to the network.”
The combination of the MYTHINGS Central ready-to-use and highly flexible MQTT interface; cloud connectors for Azure, AWS, and Cumulocity; and its new plug-in architecture enables customers to easily integrate with external systems, third-party applications, and IoT platforms. All MYTHINGS Central components are built using industry-standard Docker containers to give customers the flexibility to build, test, and deploy their IoT network in their specific environment and according to their own network needs.