As the Internet of Things continues to gain momentum, companies need to deliver solutions that are responsive, innovative and fast. Consumers and enterprises alike have become accustomed to real-time and on-demand, and expect solutions that know what consumers want before they do.
The key to these solutions is development. Engineers, programmers and product managers need a way to create products that use IP connectivity to gather data in real-time, communicate with other devices and provide reliable connection to users.
ARM is a provider of technology solutions at the heart of digital products, including wireless, networking and consumer entertainment solutions, and imaging, automotive, security and storage devices. It offers microprocessors, graphics processors, enabling software, cell libraries, embedded memories, high-speed connectivity products, peripherals and development tools to enable that responsiveness, innovation and speed today’s products need.
For programmers who know machine languages and want to make their devices connected, product managers and engineers who want to shorten the time to market for product and services or business development managers focusing on the IoT, there’s an upcoming webinar calling your name.
The webinar, “Processor-to-Cloud Prototyping,” will feature Sam Grove, senior applications engineer at ARM (News - Alert), and Michael Finegan, west area manager of M2M Solutions Engineering at Sprint, who will discuss how programmers and tech professionals can crowdsource libraries for sensor and peripherals using a cloud-based IDE.
The webinar will teach how to use the mbed.org, a cloud-based compiler, to program ARM Cortex-M3 microprocessors and cellular connectivity to quickly create new connected prototypes.
Attendees will learn how to move data from edge sensor/processor to cloud platform as a service using a cellular module, as well as rapid prototyping using a cloud-based compiler and using cellular communication to add macro-network.
Register now! The webinar is taking place Thursday, Jan. 23 at 2 p.m. EST/ 11 a.m. PST.
Edited by Cassandra Tucker