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Mender Enables Full OTA Updates for the NVIDIA Jetson Edge AI Platform

4th Aug 2021

We are excited to announce our collaboration with NVIDIA to support the ever increasing demand for over-the-air (OTA) software updates for the NVIDIA Jetson embedded computing platform for AI at the edge, including Jetson Xavier NX, Jetson AGX Xavier series, and Jetson TX2 series modules.

With over half a million developers worldwide, NVIDIA® JetsonTM is one of the most popular embedded com...

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Comparing the Nvidia Jetson embedded boards

30th Jul 2021

Nvidia Jetson embedded boards are one of the most popular choices for a variety of IoT products and applications. In this article we will present the Nvidia Jetson board offering, together with their relevant use cases and specifications.

Nvidia Jetson Developer Kits and Nvidia Jetson modules

Before we dive into specific board descriptions, let’s talk a little bit about Nvidia Jetson developer...

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Top 5 IoT development boards used in IoT projects in 2021

29th Jul 2021

Choosing the right IoT hardware for an IoT project is an important decision to make during the prototyping phase of an IoT product development. In this article, we highlight the top 5 IoT development boards used by Mender users across different industries, together with their technical specifications, summarized in a table.

Raspberry Pi 4 Model B

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Raspberry Pi 4 is one of the m...

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Synchronized software updates in large scale IoT Projects

29th Jul 2021

There is a significant difference in deploying and managing a handful versus millions of Internet-of-Things (IoT) devices. An IoT project at proof-of-concept (PoC) helps bring all the pieces together to envision the big picture of the overall solution, however too often scalability is not considered at the PoC stage.

Scaling an IoT project requires consideration of a mix of various components i...

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How does an OTA Firmware Update work?

28th Jul 2021

Firmware updates are necessary to ensure the performance of embedded devices and to remove the software bugs that could impair their performance. It is inefficient to have technicians perform updates locally on IoT devices, at scale in IoT projects it becomes too costly or even impossible to manage. To top it off, there are security concerns, that if IoT devices are not properly patched for vulner...

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