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BEAMruntime(TM) Released to Connected Product Manufacturers Under Open Source License

ADC Technologies Group's Software Subsidiary Is Releasing Its Embeddable BEAMruntime(TM) to Connected Product Manufacturers Under an Open Source License

IRVINE, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 07/17/14 -- ControlBEAM™ Digital Automation, the software subsidiary of ADC Technologies Group, is releasing its embeddable BEAMruntime™, or BEAMRT™, to manufacturers of connected products and devices under an open source license. Connected products powered by BEAMRT™, called BEAMables™, are able to interoperate and support both machine-to-machine and human-to-machine communications using in-memory BEAMable™ Apps. BEAMRT can be easily embedded into any micro device or operating system.

The BEAMable™ App Platform transports BEAMable Apps from the ControlBEAM™ Cloud to connected products powered by BEAMRT. Once delivered, BEAMRT can process the in-memory app to dynamically render the user interface, manage data, and control a device without any cloud dependency, providing native app performance while minimizing network traffic.

Using the ControlBEAM™ Domain Manager (a BEAMable App), manufacturers can create a BEAMable App for their connected products without any coding, as simply as creating a calendar appointment on a smartphone. Once created in the ControlBEAM™ Cloud, the BEAMable App can be embedded within the firmware of a connected product, along with the BEAMRT.

The embedded BEAMable™ App can be transported on demand to any BEAMable™ smartphone or tablet to remotely control the connected product.

With the same ControlBEAM™ Domain Manager app, business and consumer users of these connected products (BEAMables™) can easily configure When/Then events among BEAMables™ connected in an office, warehouse, store, or home domain.

"The ControlBEAM™ Digital Automation Platform was developed ground-up to deliver apps connecting people to all things on-demand from any device," notes Doug Migliori, President of ControlBEAM, Inc. "The platform is an extremely compact, unified solution for the Internet of Everything that will be most effectively adopted by connected product manufacturers under an open source license."

For more information about the BEAMruntime release, including the BEAMprotocol™, source code, starter kits, and BEAMables™ Alliance Program, visit http://www.beamables.org.

About ControlBEAM™ Digital Automation

ControlBEAM™ Digital Automation is a leading innovator of business, retail, and home automation solutions. Its Digital Automation Platform is designed to unify and simplify M2M communications and Digital Life experiences through a universal BEAMruntime™ that can render BEAMable™ Apps. With this open source platform, organizations can provide an interoperable interface to connected products, people, and enterprise data, all structured as digital objects. The platform is designed to support all primary use cases within a digital world, from intelligent sensors and networks to machine control and human/machine interfaces. To learn more visit http://www.controlbeam.com

About ADC Technologies Group

ADC Technologies Group is a leading provider of supply chain automation solutions to the mid-market using automated data collection and RFID technologies. Powered by BEAMRT, these solutions have been installed at consumer goods manufacturers, distributors, and retailers to reduce costs and increase productivity. ADC Technologies delivers the value of automated data collection technology and empowers businesses with the most accurate real-time data needed to make critical decisions. Their unwavering emphasis on "Total System Solutions" has earned ADC Technologies a reputation for high quality, customer satisfaction, and a commitment to excellence. To learn more visit http://www.adctech.com

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