Tartabit IoT Bridge: A Step Toward Simplifying IoT


The IoT is riding the ascent of cloud. While the enterprise is cloud or bust, municipalities are embracing smart infrastructure, smart cities, tying IoT innovation to public utilities and other connected applications. 

Tartabit announced the general availability of IoT Bridge for Everynet, empowering Everynet U.S. national LoRa network subscribers with easy integration into Microsoft Azure via the low code platform.

“We are pleased to work closing with Everynet to deliver a high-value, easy-to-use IoT Bridge to bring LoRaWAN customers natively into Microsoft Azure IoT services,” said Fred Yentz, CEO and Co-Founder, Tartabit. “Helping our common customers quickly deploy solutions that leverage the power of Microsoft Azure IoT services will only increase the rate of adoption and improve solution value.”

The Tartabit IoT Bridge arms Application Service Providers (ASPs) with the ability to keep attention on application development, and not worry about integration.

Tony Shakib, Partner General Manager, Microsoft Azure IoT explained, “The integration provides a fast path for developers to address the wide range of smart city and smart utility solutions that are keenly addressed by LoRa and the Everynet U.S. national network.”

With the release, cities can easily monitor and manage lighting, waste management, check air quality, and more. Smart infrastructure keeps tabs on pipelines, supply chain, freight, and ensure critical infrastructure like roads remain tip top for citizens. Utilities can remotely monitor, maintain and gather data on substations, water systems, smart grid and metering.  

Retailers can leverage the Tartabit IoT Bridge to track and monitor assets from the factory floor, to the store shelf, with real-time data insight into the movement, condition and delivery of products across the supply chain.

“The Tartabit IoT Bridge for Everynet enables Microsoft Azure users to quickly integrate devices and create customized solutions in Azure IoT Central using Everynet Azure LoRaWAN connected devices in a matter of minutes,” explains Everynet CEO Lawrence Latham.

Deploying IoT technology into your operations doesn’t require overwhelming complexity. While, we haven’t quite found the “easy” button for IoT yet, today’s announcement is certainly a step in that direction, and smarter operations.

Learn more about LoRa, Azure and our connected future at the upcoming IoT Evolution Expo June 21-24 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. See you there!

Edited by Luke Bellos
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