Tag: IoT

Pelion Device Management: August 2020 Release
Alon Shamir posted this 3 weeks ago.

During the summer of 2020, despite the challenges of adapting to a new world of working remotely, the Pelion Device Management engineering teams have been steadily building a number of features that enhance our products. In general, these features have been focused on handling particular...

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Device Management with Lightweight M2M (LwM2M) and Pelion Client
Christos Vasilakis posted this 4 months ago.

When trying to implement IoT solutions, developers and solution architects face the dilemma of which IoT protocol to choose. Many protocols are available (such as MQTT, CoAP, DDS, AMQP and so on), making the decision difficult, time-consuming and prone to misjudgement. Although each technology...

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Pelion Device Management: May 2020 Updates Release
Alon Shamir posted this 4 months ago.

The only constant in life is change. As we continue to evolve the scope and range of the Pelion Device Management service, the last quarter has witnessed the delivery of some significant new features. The main themes that we've focused on are: •Support for Wi-SUN, a large-scale mesh network...

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NXP and Arm Pelion Device Management Secure Deployment of IoT Devices from Chip to Cloud
admin posted this 6 months ago.

The Economist Intelligence Unit’s (EIU) 2020 IoT Index recently highlighted that 2020 will be the year when the Internet of Things (IoT) officially moves from “proof of concept” to “mass deployment”, with over half of all companies surveyed now undergoing early or extensive deployment of...

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Pelion Device Management with Arduino IoT Cloud Integration
Christos Vasilakis posted this 7 months ago.

One of the best features of Pelion Device Management Service for IoT developers is the ability to develop deep integrations using our service APIs. Every company has different needs and requirements when they’re developing complex IoT solutions in the field. Having an extensive API that permits...

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