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Thingsquare’s platform proves far-reaching

This week, Riot spoke with Adam Dunkels, the CEO and founder of Swedish IoT platform vendor Thingsquare. Founded in Stockholm in 2012 by Dunkels, Fredrik Osterlind and Roger Bergdahl, the company is still a three-man operation. We discussed Thingsquare’s surprisingly diverse range of customers, potential competitors, the impenetrability of the smart home market, as well as the fine details of exactly what Thingsquare offers businesses. Thingsquare sells a software platform that serves both ends of the IoT process. As Dunkels explained, “we sell the software that goes into the chips that sells the devices, and we sell the software that manages these devices from the cloud.” We recently spotted that Thingsquare was talking up its sub-GHz mesh offering. Dunkels explained…

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