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Nimbits 3.3 is live

Posted on Wednesday, December 7th, 2011 in code, data transfer, open source, sensors by the machinegeek


Nimbits 3.3 is live! With Nimbits, you can record data into “Data Points” hosted on a public or private cloud that can be connected to sensors, social networks, devices, software or anything else. The Nimbits team reports:

This version of Nimbits provides full machine to machine (M2M) communication capabilities using the same protocols as Google Talk and Jabber. We added the ability to add intelligence to your data points using the WolframAlpha computational knowledge engine (the same service that helps power Apple’s SIRI), and the ability to build a Nimbits Ecosystem on a private and public cloud using Google App Engine, Amazon EC2, or your own machines.

Check out the Nimbits quickfacts sheet here. You can find download links, source code and tutorials for Nimbits 3.3 on the Nimbits download page.

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