Over the past ten years, Microsoft has seen embedded IoT devices get progressively smarter and more connected, running software intelligence near the point where the data is being generated within a network. And having memory and compute capabilities at the intelligent edge solves multiple conundrums related to connectivity, bandwidth, latencies, and privacy/security.
This week, at The Things Conference in Amsterdam, Microsoft and The Things Network Foundation collaborate with 2,000 LoRaWAN developers, innovators, and integrators on connecting devices to Azure IoT Central using the open source project Azure IoT Central Device Bridge.
Whether you’re looking for in-the-moment insights or long-term trends, the value of information is only as good as its usefulness for your business. Some information must be acted upon immediately, but it can also be stored for long-term, big-picture analysis of trends over time. For each case there are different tools to use, and Azure IoT has you covered.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is all about generating data, helping organizations discover new insights about their operations from that data, and identifying opportunities to become more productive and innovative.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is one of the go-to solutions for executives looking for more and better insights about their business. Collectively, IoT is made up of a network of devices and sensors,…
The Internet of Things (IoT) presents many compelling opportunities for developers With the right tools and guidance, it doesn’t need to be intimidating. The conceptual and technical differences between IoT and traditional web and application are relatively easy to grasp.
Corporate IT infrastructure has changed a lot in the past decade. From a relatively simple bounded space, with a defined “inside” and “outside,” IT networks have evolved to incorporate a wider range…
The story of a digital transformation for a virtual company with Azure IoT services and solutions
New Particle and Electric Imp integration with Azure IoT Hub brings the best of the “Internet” and the “Things” together.
This post is for the cast and crew of developers that make any IoT solution work for its intended audience. It's a guide not just to the “Things,” but to their secure connection to the “Internet” that powers every IoT solution.