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October 1, 2015

Microsoft names ARM smart enough for IoT

News: Certificate to allow developers to offer new big data services at scale.

By Joao Lima

Microsoft has certified ARM’s mbed enabled Freescale FRDM-K64F development board for the IoT.

The company said the board is used for products that securely gather and channel data into the public cloud platform, Microsoft Azure.

This is the first ARM mbed board tested and verified by Microsoft Azure Certified for IoT to support the Microsoft Azure IoT Suite.

ARM said that developers using the mbed Enabled Freescale FRDM-K64F board linking directly into Microsoft’s public cloud platform will allow product developers to offer new big data services at scale.

Barb Edson, GM of data platform and IoT at Microsoft, said: "Microsoft Azure Certified for IoT helps companies to quickly implement the right hardware and software through verified interoperability for these devices, including the ARM mbed Enabled Freescale FRDM-K64F board."

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