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The first ever Windows 10 based experiment platform sent the first batch of live data from the International Space Station (ISS).
Azure IoT Hub's new IP filtering functionality supports a number of protocols, including MQTT, AMQP/WS, MQTT/WS and HTTP/1.
The Security Program for Azure IoT brings a certified auditing solution for developers, allowing them to ensure their devices are cloud secure.
Seeed’s Grove Starter Kit for IoT has been updated, while Microsoft’s own Internet of Things Pack has also been updated and now ships with Raspberry Pi 3.
Microsoft's Project Córdoba allows Excel to stream and visualize device data in real time, and pairs with a worksheet collection for use in STEM education.
Microsoft's latest update to the Azure IoT Hub adds support form Azure Stream Analytics, allowing users to monitor the status of operations in the IoT hub in close to real-time.
Developers can now import their Arduino Wiring sketches directly to Windows 10 IoT Core, adding another facet to the device creation process.
The company has released a new starter kit to boost its Internet of Things output. IoT Grove Kit brings together essential components for easy device development.
The IoT Starter Kit lets developers create solutions for the Internet of Things through Microsoft’s Azure platform. AT&T is integrating its tools into Microsoft’s cloud services for an easier development environment.
The latest application for Microsoft’s IoT based platform is Network 3D Printer, which gives wireless functionality to 3D printers.
In an official announcement today, Microsoft announced that it has purchased Italian IoT oriented company Solair, a company that supplies software for companies making internet-connected hardware.
The Azure IoT Gateway is leaving private preview and will now be more widely available in beta form, allowing developers to test the hardware.
A new specialized version of Internet of Things Windows 10 IoT Core Pro was announced by Microsoft, giving OEMs ease of use for devices.
On day 2 of the conference, Microsoft launched Azure Functions, a pay per execution platform. The company also revealed Internet of Things Starter Kits.
At Microsoft’s annual developer conference, BMW showed off its potent in car system that was created on Microsoft’s Azure cloud platform.
Former mobile industry leader Nokia has made big announcements during the annual MWC in Barcelona --- revealing a network security firm acquisition, a 5G-ready radio access product, and $350M in investment funds for its IoT projects.
HCL Technologies, a global IT services company from India plans to utilize the capabilities of Microsoft Azure IoT Suite to access real-time analytics, sensory data and rapid co-creation, accelerating enterprise-level adoption of IoT.
The company has developed its Azure IoT Hub to offer a messaging infrastructure for distributed devices which then can communicate via Azure over IoT protocols such as AMPQPS, HTTPS and MQTT.
Microsoft has announced a collaboration with Samsung to develop smart home devices running on Windows 10. A demo showed at CES 2016 showed how Windows 10 can be used to manage smart home devices.
Microsoft’s Internet of Things starter Kit for Raspberry Pi 2 has run out of stock. The product is not available anymore, but the company has claimed to bring it back as soon as possible.