Cisco’s new innovation program will accelerate development of DGLogik’s data visualization platform for the Internet of Everything.
San Francisco, CA -- May 13, 2014 -- DGLogik, Inc., the data visualization technology leader for the Internet of Everything and building automation industry, has been selected by Cisco to join Cisco Entrepreneurs in Residence (Cisco EIR), a new technology innovation program. Participation in the program will provide DGLogik the opportunity to receive mentoring from industry experts and to collaborate with business and engineering teams within Cisco and its partners.
“DGLogik has led the way enabling building automation with our award-winning technologies that simplify the creation and implementation of smart and connected devices via a visual programming interface,” said Eugene Mazo, CEO of DGLogik, Inc. “The opportunity to work with engineering and business experts at Cisco through the Entrepreneurs in Residence program will accelerate and expand our ability to provide innovative solutions that enable, manage and visualize the Internet of Everything in multiple sectors on a global scale.”
Cisco EIR is an innovation program supporting entrepreneurs working on big ideas in the Internet of Everything, Cloud, Big Data and related areas. The program identifies extraordinary technology entrepreneurs and provides the tools to bring cutting-edge product and business ideas to reality.
For more information on Cisco Entrepreneurs in Residence, visit http://eir.cisco.com.
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About DGLogik, Inc.
Founded in 2007, DGLogik, Inc., is a San Francisco based technology company providing innovative software solutions that enable, drive and visualize the Internet of Everything (IoE). Their open distributed intelligence platform facilitates device inter-communication, logic and visualization. DGLogik’s award-winning technologies simplify the creation and implementation of smart and connected devices via a visual programming interface. For more information on DGLogik, Inc., visit www.DGLogik.com.