Integration of Coiote IoT Device Management service would allow enterprises to shorten time to market and also cut costs for deploying IoT solutions
Poland-based IoT device management leader, AVSystem has reportedly announced the integration of Coiote IoT (Internet of Things) Device Management service with both Amazon Web Services IoT Core and Microsoft Azure IoT Hub through Lightweight M2M. For the record, Coiote stands to be the first IoT DM platform in the marketplace to offer support for constrained IoT devices at scale for all cloud providers.
The integration is expected to allow direct connection of resource-constrained IoT devices to AWS cloud and Azure platforms for telemetry, data readings, as well as key device management operations. This would open up new opportunities for creating IoT services over low-power WAN within AWS and Azure.
By merging lower data consumption and device energy savings with current cloud services, the enterprises can now decrease time to market and cut down costs for employing IoT solutions and managing IoT operations.
It has been claimed that Coiote IoT DM can now manage any off-the-self hardware. Additionally, the platform is anticipated to enable producers to seamlessly and remotely issue FOTA upgrades to keep their devices and services secure, fix bugs, or add new features.
Commenting on the recent integration, CEO at AVSystem, Slawomir Wolf, cited that seamless integration with top notch cloud providers plays a vital role in empowering digitized business models to a much larger scale.
Standing as the first platform to provide integration with both AWS and Azure IoT Hubs and Cores, AVSystem is now allowing companies to develop their services and application with an industry standard well suited for constrained devices than the HTTP or MQTT protocols.
Besides, with support of more than one thousand cellular modules, development kits and IoT devices, the company seeks to build an ecosystem of hardware manufacturers to abridge the time needed to deploy, build, and maintain any stock of IoT devices.