Start-up Central: Profile - relayr

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Start-up Central: Profile - relayr

A summary of the technology, funding and route to market of German IoT vendor realyr

This IoT start-up was founded by Josef Brunner, Paul Hopton and Jackson Bond in 2013. Brunner is now the company's CEO, with Hopton as CTO and Bond as chief product officer. Based in Berlin, the firm now employs roughly 200 people across seven offices in Germany, Poland the UK and the US. Relayr's business began with its IoT middleware platform but now the firm also offers data management and analytics thanks to a duo of acquisitions made over the last six months. The technology Relayr markets...

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