Resin, a Greek startup that has developed an innovative integrated software platform that manage remotely smart devices, announced that they will receive a total investment of $ 3,000,000 from the investment scheme DFJ, with the participation of Jeremie Openfund II and private investors Gil Dibner and Panos Papadopoulos.
The total investment will go towards expanding the existing group with emphasis in the office of the company in Athens, supporting more hardware platforms and the rapid development of the company’s product.
Through Resins platform, developers have the opportunity to develop their applications to an unlimited number of Linux devices and proceed to upgrade the software remotely.
This process saves valuable development time, reduces management costs thus enabling manufacturers to distribute their new products faster. Essentially, through Resin.io, the development of applications for embedded systems is as easy to develop applications in cloud.