Texas Instruments recently announced a new SimpleLink™ Wi-Fi, dual-band single-chip wireless MCU as a part of TI’s SimpleLink microcontroller platform of wired and wireless Arm® MCUs. 

TI is extending support for Azure IoT development through the SimpleLink SDK and SDK Plugin for Azure IoT and LaunchPad™ development kits. Adrian Fernandez, of Texas Instruments, will discuss the SimpleLink MCU platform and the software that is designed for simplified development within the CCS or IAR Embedded Workbench IDE using industry standard APIs, TI drivers, and TI RTOS or FreeRTOS to provide a robust foundation for application development. He’ll also show to use the LaunchPad development kit and SimpleLink SDK software to connect to Azure IoT using the a certified port of the Azure C SDK via the SimpleLink SDK Plugin for Azure IoT.

Get your hands on a Launchpad dev kit: http://www.ti.com/product/CC3235SF/toolssoftware

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Azure IoT Edge now features support for running natively on the Kubernetes orchestrator. This video goes into how the integration works and caps off with a demo showing what the experience is like for deploying a workload on an on-premise Kubernetes cluster.  Give this a spin yourself on your own Kubernetes cluster (or create one using Azure Kubernetes Service) using the Kubernetes on Edge How-to guide. Azure Kubernetes

John Sheehan, Architect in the Azure IoT team, discusses the impact IoT is having on Azure services and how the new scenarios and challenges IoT presents are addressed in the Microsoft Cloud.

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