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September 30, 2015

Microsoft launches Azure IoT

News: And unveils ecosystem of partners.

By Joao Lima

Microsoft has made available its Azure IoT Suite, which integrates with a company’s existing processes, devices and systems.

The company launched the product yesterday at a virtual event, AzureCon.

Microsoft said the solution, first announced in April, helps to quickly and easily build and scale IoT projects across a company’s business using preconfigured solutions.

The Windows maker also unveiled the Microsoft Azure Certified for IoT program, an ecosystem of partners.

It said that current partners include BeagleBone, Freescale Intel Corporation, Raspberry Pi, Resin.io, Seeed Technology and Texas Instruments.

Scott Guthrie, executive VP of Microsoft’s cloud + enterprise division, said: "As data and devices continue to proliferate, there is vast opportunity for businesses to tap into their data to make their applications more intelligent."

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