Chicago's TempoDB Earns 2013 'Smart Grid News Company to Watch' International Award
CHICAGO, IL, Feb 12, 2013 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) --
TempoDB, the time series database service for measurement data based
in Chicago, has been named a 2013 'Smart Grid News Company to Watch'.
Smart Grid News is a leading online publication covering the smart
As voted by Smart Grid News readers, TempoDB is a leader in the field
of sensor and smart grid data storage and analysis. TempoDB is the
only company to offer a time series database as a service, and
customers include enterprise energy and small business sensor
companies among others.
Companies like sMeasure use TempoDB to store energy data from
individual buildings or multiple connected buildings. sMeasure then
helps customers transform this data into meaningful action to reduce
costs, adhere to regulations and compliances and boost green
credentials. Catherine Bottrill, CEO of sMeasure says, "TempoDB has
really helped us capture and store the huge volume of energy data we
collect, so we can focus on the analytics and create value from our
data. With TempoDB we've been able to extend our energy analytics
tools into the SMB market, a sector that has not traditionally been
This award reiterates the energy industry's emphasis on purpose-built
tools to make sense of big data. "This is a tremendous honor for us,
as we join awesome companies like Cisco, EnerNOC, and Schneider
Energy on the list," says Co-Founder, Andrew Cronk (@ajcronk). He
adds, "We believe that the smart grid forms the foundation for a new
measured world and a new Age of Accountability, and we are excited
about the opportunity to provide a database service purpose-built for
the task of storing, analyzing, and monitoring the massive streams of
time series data being generated by millions of smart grid devices."
The Smart Grid News "Company to Watch" award is earned at an exciting
time for TempoDB. In the past 6 months, the company has seen 100x
usage increases across industries including oil and gas, smart grid
and energy management, internet of things, server/network
infrastructure, renewable energy, medical devices, and finance.
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TempoDB is the time series database service,
purpose-built to store and analyze billions of data points from
billions of sensors and connected devices. It is the only
infrastructure-as-a-service time series database, and is being
leveraged by enterprise and small business alike. Founded by Andrew
Cronk, Justin DeLay and Mike Yagley in Chicago, TempoDB aims to make
sense of the measured world.
TempoDB is a TechStars Cloud graduate, and is currently raising
Series A funding.
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