NEW RESIDENTIAL OS Prodea aims to unify the Internet of Things with its new Residential OS platform Despite the amount of hype around the phrase right now the Internet of Things isn t quite a reality just yet The ecosystem is still extremely fragmented we ve got more network connected devices than you can shake a stick at but not all of them can communicate with each other There are dozens of startups that have sought to fix this problem over the past few years but there s one among them that actually has a good shot at achieving such a lofty goal it s definitely Prodea Prodea an eight year old company with more than 100 million in funding already gathered up believes it has the solution with Residential OS ROS a white label platform that aims to unite the disjointed world of connected devices

... NEW ‘RESIDENTIAL OS’ ...

Prodea aims to unify the Internet of Things with its new ‘Residential OS’ platform.

Despite the amount of hype around the phrase right now, the Internet of Things isn’t quite a reality just yet. The ecosystem is still extremely fragmented — we’ve got more network-connected devices than you can shake a stick at, but not all of them can communicate with each other. 

There are dozens of startups that have sought to fix this problem over the past few years, but there’s one among them that actually has a good shot at achieving such a lofty goal, it’s definitely Prodea. 

Prodea, an eight-year old company with more than $100 million in funding already gathered up, believes it has the solution with Residential OS (ROS) — a white-label platform that aims to unite the disjointed world of connected devices.

... NEW ‘RESIDENTIAL OS’ ...

Prodea aims to unify the Internet of Things with its new ‘Residential OS’ platform.

Despite the amount of hype around the phrase right now, the Internet of Things isn’t quite a reality just yet. The ecosystem is still extremely fragmented — we’ve got more network-connected devices than you can shake a stick at, but not all of them can communicate with each other.

There are dozens of startups that have sought to fix this problem over the past few years, but there’s one among them that actually has a good shot at achieving such a lofty goal, it’s definitely Prodea.

Prodea, an eight-year old company with more than $100 million in funding already gathered up, believes it has the solution with Residential OS (ROS) — a white-label platform that aims to unite the disjointed world of connected devices.

... NEW ‘RESIDENTIAL OS’ ... Prodea aims to unify the Internet of Things with its new ‘Residential OS’ platform. Despite the amount of hype around the phrase right now, the Internet of Things isn’t quite a reality just yet. The ecosystem is still extremely fragmented — we’ve got more network-connected devices than you can shake a stick at, but not all of them can communicate with each other. There are dozens of startups that have sought to fix this problem over the past few years, but there’s one among them that actually has a good shot at achieving such a lofty goal, it’s definitely Prodea. Prodea, an eight-year old company with more than $100 million in funding already gathered up, believes it has the solution with Residential OS (ROS) — a white-label platform that aims to unite the disjointed world of connected devices.

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