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Meetup on IoT Development: from Prototype to Production

17th May 2018

We hope everyone enjoyed the Meetup this past Tuesday in Silicon Valley! For those that couldn't make it, we have published the slides on considerations for IoT development. Feel free to contact our presenter, Drew if you have any additional questions.

You can find the slides here.

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Announcing the release of Hosted Mender

14th May 2018

We are proud to announce the launch of Hosted Mender! We have been working with hundreds of Hosted Mender beta testers to make certain our customers will have access to a secure and robust on-demand software updater for the Internet of Things. The wait is now over for our production-grade hosted OTA service.

Hosted Mender, a Software as a Service enabling automated OTA software updates to Linu...

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The Hidden Costs of Homegrown Updaters and a Requirements Checklist for OTA

We have published a White Paper on The Hidden Costs of Homegrown Updaters to help everyone understand the range of costs to build a feature-complete software update mechanism for your IoT devices. As more and more embedded systems are coming online, basic capabilities such as the ability to update and patch them are being overlooked and don't take into consideration certain risks, which we detai...

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Unikernels + connected devices

8th Sep 2016
IoT

By Thomas Ryd

Do you want your connected device to be more secure, faster, more energy efficient, and easily managed? The promise of unikernels includes all of these. Are unikernels the next big thing for connected devices? At Mender, we are excited about the possibilities brought forward by unikernels and how it can make our increasingly connected world more secure and reliable.

What are unik

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The case for over-the-air software updates and patching the Internet of Things

7th Oct 2015

Embedded systems have existed since the Apollo space program - the Apollo Guidance Computer in the Lunar Module is regarded as the first embedded computer, enabling the historic mission to land mankind on the Moon. Decades later, we are now in the age where embedded devices are being connected. The first wave was connected mobile phones, which have fundamentally changed the way we interact. As t...

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