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myDevices and Arm Partner to Simplify IoT

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myDevices and Arm reportedly have partnered to accelerate the creation of finished IoT solutions by simplifying device onboarding and increasing the number of sensors, gateways, and solutions integrated with the Arm Pelion IoT Platform.

myDevices has partnered with hundreds of gateway and sensor manufacturers to create an ecosystem of LoRa devices that can be easily mixed and matched to create specific vertical applications. In addition to its catalog of devices, myDevices provides IoT enablement through QR code onboarding, permission-based user management, escalations, threshold alerts, time-based rules, reporting, corrective action logs, device history visualization, and 3rd party integrations, all accessible from native mobile apps, an online dashboard, or an API.

“Organizations are looking for a fast and simple way to get their IoT solutions running from prototype development to production,” said Charlene Marini, VP, strategy, IoT Services Group, Arm. “Together with myDevices we are providing an easy onboarding user experience with device and data management, enabling customers to benefit from IoT solutions immediately and easily scale them as their business grows.”

“As a result of the collaboration, system integrators and enterprise customers can now easily configure and deploy a secure, commercial-ready IoT solution in days,” said Kevin Bromber, Founder and CEO, myDevices. “In addition, Arm’s device management provides secure FOTA updates to these solutions while Arm’s data management provides enterprise level insights that meet the needs of the most challenging IoT use cases.”


Ken Briodagh is a writer and editor with more than a decade of experience under his belt. He is in love with technology and if he had his druthers would beta test everything from shoe phones to flying cars.

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