Microsoft's goal with Azure Percept: To build up aa IoT device ecosystem around Azure services the same way Windows helped create the PC market.
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Microsoft is continuing with its strategy to invest $5 billion over four years on IoT with its acquisition of IoT security vendor CyberX.
Microsoft is making a lot of feature and packaging changes to its Windows 10 IoT line-up over the next year. Here's what's planned between now and 2021.
Microsoft's Azure Sphere, its Linux-based microcontroller plus cloud service, hits general availability
Microsoft is making its Azure Sphere secure IoT service generally available after several years of testing and previews.
Microsoft and Ericsson are integrated their respective connected vehicle platforms, enabling Ericsson to provide more in the way of operations and lifecycle management for its car-making customers.
Microsoft's Azure Sphere, which got its start as Microsoft Research's 'Project Sopris,' will be generally available starting next year.
Microsoft has purchased Express Logic, maker of ThreadX RTOS, one of the most widely deployed real-time operating systems for microcontroller-based devices.
Microsoft is extending its Azure IP Advantage patent-protection program into the IoT space to help its customers fight patent trolls.
Microsoft is starting to test a new Azure digital-twinning service, while also making generally available its Azure Sphere and Microsoft IoT Central services.
Microsoft's service for bringing computing and artificial intelligence processing to IoT devices, Azure IoT Edge, is rolling out globally.