Fog computing is heating up! Watch what's behind some of the most promising startups from video recordings of this 90-minute competition, where an elite group of venture capitalists pit 5 startups against each other to pick the most promising game-changer in fog. One by one, the VCs put the startups through their paces to find the most disruptive and innovative products and services in fog computing and networking.
Watch five of the most-promising startups in fog computing and networking pitch their game-changing, disruptive products and services to an elite panel of venture capitalists. The VCs grill the startup founders on what exactly their company is bringing to the fog industry, determining who walks away as winner of this pitch competition.
At the inaugural Fog Tank competition, Nebbiolo Technologies’ CEO and Co-Founder Flavio Bonomi pitches a panel of VCs on his company’s complete stack platform to manage solutions focused on the industrial automation sector. By isolating the pain points of the customer, Bonomi describes how Nebbiolo offers a complete solution for hardware infrastructure, networking, security, data management, software deployment and control.
Shanghai-based Forecube founder Yang Yang makes his pitch to an elite panel of venture capitalists at the inaugural Fog Tank competition. He details how Forecube provides an analytical platform that combines professional knowledge with analytics tools for various industry sectors, such as telecom giant China Mobile.
Kiana CEO and Founder Nader Fathi pitches his company to an elite group of venture capitalists at the Fog Tank pitch competition. Fathi explains how Kiana is fusing together the layers of physical security with mobile devices to increase local and national security efforts.
NGD Systems CTO and Co-Founder Vladimir Alves presents his company's vision to an elite group of venture capitalists during the Fog Tank startup pitch competition. Alves explains how NGD’s intelligent SSDs are bringing built-in processing power to fog computing and enabling data analytics without moving the data elsewhere.
AetherWorks CEO and Co-Founder Robert MacInnis pitches his company's ActiveAether solution to an elite group of venture capitalists, explaining how their fog products and services are creating a global network and global market of computational resources. McInnis describes the blockchain-based cryptocurrency, FogCoin, that drives ActiveAether’s platform.