2021 in review: Mender, OTA software updates and IoT device management
We look back at what was an amazing year for the evolution of edge IoT and Mender as a best of breed managed service for OTA software updates (and add-on benefits)!
Recognition for the Mender Hub community
First of all, a big thanks to the Mender Hub Community who have helped us to support embedded projects with advice and hardware integrations since 2019. Since then, users have grown...Read the article
Device Update for Azure IoT - How to Get Started
Azure IoT Hub enables developers to put device management capabilities into their products' device twins. This enables synchronization of device configuration. Automatic device management is also enabled so configuration changes can be deployed across a large device fleet.Critical importance of update manager
An update manager must also be factored in when you want to have device manag...Read the article
Seeed integrates Mender with the reTerminal and the Dual Gigabit Ethernet Carrier Board for RPi CM4
Mender has a partnership with Seeed to provide remote management capabilities including OTA software updates, configure, troubleshoot and remote terminal access. First, we carried an integration for both the Mender Client and the Mender Server with the ODYSSEY-X86 and now there are reference integrations available for both the reTerminal and the Dual Gigabit Ethernet Carrier Board for Raspbe...Read the article
Mender enables Seeed with OTA software updating for the ODYSSEY -X86
Mender.io has established a new partnership with Seeed to provide their community of makers and professional embedded developers with an integrated OTA software updates capability solution for 4 of its hardware boards.
Seeed is an IoT hardware enabler providing services that empower makers to realize their projects and products. By partnering with technology providers from hardware to the clo...Read the article
Security labelling on IoT devices by February 2022
The movement to get IoT device manufacturers to take security more seriously received a shot in the arm this month with the news that a new consumer-focused security labelling program for IoT devices will be delivered to the market by February 2022. The product label is being designed and developed based on work that is currently being carried out by National Institute of Standards and Technology...Read the article