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Tartabit IoT Bridge opens new pathways to Azure for Device Makers

Today, Tartabit LLC announces a series of new features available in the IoT Bridge to enable emerging and established device makers additional pathways into Microsoft Azure. With the latest release of Tartabit's IoT Bridge, customers can now self-onboard devices that do not natively support an Azure IoT SDK using the Tartabit IoT Bridge low-code platform. Customers continue to enjoy the easiest to use, easiest to buy, easiest to deploy, and easiest to manage cloud gateway service for Azure IoT Hub integration, available in the Azure Marketplace.

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Tartabit IoT Bridge Q1-2021 Technology Update

This quarter our focus has been on core improvements to the platform, with a focus on usability and additional development tools for users creating solutions on the IoT Bridge.  The best example of our efforts is the new and improved trigger editor, with the new editor you can now expand to full screen, view the live log entries, and inject past events to quickly debug and develop your solution:

Our second focal area was integration with Azure IoT Central, and deeper integration with Azure Plug-and-play and DTDL frameworks.  To that end, we introduced several new features that enable rapid integration to Azure IoT Central:

  • Import of DTDL models

  • Auto-complete population of DTDL model structures

  • Connection via Device Provisioning Service (DPS) Group Enrollment

  • Azure IoT Central solution templates and guides

It is now easier than ever to convert LWM2M and other LPWAN protocols into models that IoT Central understands and create the same rich applications that can be created using the native SDK:

Quectel and Tartabit partner to enable Microsoft Azure IoT Hub deployments with next generation IoT device data

Quectel is participating in a new partnership with Tartabit to enable seamless delivery of data from low power wide area network (LPWAN) devices to Microsoft Azure IoT services. The partnership utilizes Tartabit’s IoT Bridge offering to enable lightweight M2M (LWM2M) devices, which can reduce network traffic and SIM data plan costs by more than 70%, to enable closer cooperation with the Microsoft development community and IoT services.

Read more about our partnership here: https://www.quectel.com/application/casedetail_70.htm

To read the detailed release notes, check out our documentation here: https://docs.tartabit.com/en/ReleaseNotes

Tartabit IoT Bridge available on Microsoft Azure Marketplace

Today, Tartabit LLC announced the availability of the Tartabit Internet of Things (IoT) Bridge Service for Microsoft Azure. Tartabit IoT Bridge is a Cloud Gateway SaaS service which enables LwM2M IoT Solutions to effortlessly integrate into the Microsoft Azure IoT services. The offering is now released and available for purchase through the Azure Marketplace.

In the cellular IoT domain, LPWAN optimized transports like LWM2M can reduce network traffic and likewise data plan costs by over 70% enabling many use cases that were previously impossible due to cost constraints. The challenge however is that the protocols are not cloud ready and require unique handling. Doing it wrong means larger than needed data plans and shorter than desired battery life.

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Tartabit IoT Bridge strengthens alignment with Open Mobile Alliance with support of LWM2M 1.1

Today, Tartabit LLC announces the availability of LWM2M 1.1 server support as part of the IoT Bridge LPWAN to Microsoft Azure integration service. In addition, Tartabit is pleased to announce they have joined the Open Mobile Alliance to help improve the specification and further promote adoption of LWM2M as a leading device management technology for low-powered wide-area (LPWA) devices.

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