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The Challenge of Providing Heavyweight Security for Lightweight IoT Devices
Guest Author posted this 2 weeks ago.

Guest blog post by William Adams, CENTRI Technology. I’ve always enjoyed hearing about the early days of computing—especially about the early game developers, artisans who could create magic by writing captivating coin-operated arcade games in machine code that would fit within perhaps just 8KB...

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Japan’s GMO Cloud makes digital-tag even smarter with Mbed
Norihiro Satsukawa posted this a month ago.

Partner profile Since 1996, GMO Cloud K.K. has built a proven track record as a hosting service provider by operating servers for more than 130,000 enterprise customers. In 2007, they launched an electronic authentication service “GlobalSign” worldwide, primarily through the consolidated company...

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The IoT Device Lifecycle – What’s next after developing? Managing and updating, of course!
Hima Mukkamala posted this 2 months ago.

In our previous blog, we discussed the need for a standardized IoT RTOS platform (Mbed OS) for easy development of IoT applications that can communicate over different protocols. This enables developers to easily create their applications without having to package-up these capabilities manually...

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Wrapping up Arm Mbed Connect for 2017 in Tokyo, Japan
Danielle Irons posted this 2 months ago.

Our final Mbed Connect for 2017 took place last week, as the team welcomed a sold out crowd to the Tokyo Conference Center on December 8th. Held simultaneously alongside Arm Tech Symposia Japan, Mbed Connect hosted a range of partner demos in our exhibition area, as well as a hugely successful...

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Making IoT simple, secure and scalable with Mbed OS
Michael Horne posted this 2 months ago.

After 10 years developing a robust software platform for IoT, and with 100 billion Arm-powered chips shipped by our partners to-date with billions destined for countless IoT use-cases, we at Arm have learned that it takes a lot more than just an RTOS kernel to make IoT secure and scalable. That...

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A short (and personal) history of the micro:bit
Chris Styles posted this 3 months ago.

Just over a year ago, amid significant fanfare, the micro:bit was distributed to a million schoolchildren – that’s every Year Seven child in Britain – in a bid to tackle the technology skills gap and create the next generation of digital innovators. Now, it’s well known that the micro:bit is...

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