All four of the ChannelPro SMB Forum’s day-long, live events across the country feature IoT educational content aimed at helping attendees get started—and soar—in this emerging market.
A new set of switches, routers, developer tools, solution blueprints, and training resources collectively seeks to help organizations design, deploy, integrate, and manage Internet of Things solutions more easily.
IoTPlaybook insight: Canonical, the makers of the Ubuntu Linux operating system software, made their pitch to the IoT and embedded systems community with Ubuntu Core 18. Based on Ubuntu 18,04 LTS (Long Term Support) from April 2018, the cut-down OS includes a decade of support.
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Microsoft has two IoT training events worth checking. On February 4 and 5, the IoT in Action Virtual Bootcamp takes place in your computer. Aimed at engineers, software architects, and practice owners, a few pieces of hardware from Arrow turns this into real, hands-on training.
ACTIVE - the Advanced Connectivity Platform for Vertical Segments, High Impact Initiative (HII) of EIT Digital - has been working with leading European industrial partners from Finland, Italy and Sweden since 2016, to produce a unified approach for developers and industry supporting the w
IoTPlaybook insight: Microsoft has been in the IoT device approval business for a while, and Azure supports many IoT devices as a cloud destination for data collection and more.