|Device and Cloud Security|
|Integrations with Enterprise Systems|
|Remote Device Support|
In 2007, London architect Usman Haque founded Pachube (pronounced Patch bay) as a data infrastructure and community for the Internet of Things. Following the nuclear accidents in Japan in 2011, Xively was used by volunteers to interlink Geiger counters across the country to monitor the fallout. In July 2011, Pachube announced that they had been acquired by LogMeIn and renamed to Cosm. Cosm came out of beta development and was rebranded as Xively to become a Public Cloud for the IoT in May 2013.
A Platform as a Service built for the IoT. According to their website, this includes directory services, data services, a trust engine for security, and web-based management application. Xively’s messaging is built on a publish-subscribe protocol called MQTT. The API supports REST, WebSockets, and MQTT.