The Arm Pelion IoT Platform is intended to provide device-to-data connectivity and device and data management. The new strategic partnerships with Intel, myDevices and Arduino will deliver greater IoT flexibility, simplicity and scalability for organizations.

The collaboration with Intel will further Arm’s “any device, any cloud” strategy, by removing IoT scaling barriers. Through the collaboration, the Pelion IoT Platform can onboard and manage Intel Architecture (x86) platforms, in addition to Arm-based IoT devices and gateways.

The combination of the Pelion Device Management with the Intel Secure Device Onboard (Intel SDO) service allows organizations to manufacture devices without any prior knowledge of end customer-specific onboarding credentials or application framework.

The partnership with myDevices will simplify device and solution onboarding and increase the number of sensors, gateways, and solutions integrated with the Pelion IoT Platform. myDevices has partnered with numerous gateway and device manufacturers to create a robust ecosystem of LoRa-connected IoT solutions. myDevices’ IoT in a Box solutions make it easy for a SMB or enterprise employee to set up and securely connect a gateway and sensors and start benefiting from Pelion Device Management and monitoring their solution with Pelion Data Management in just minutes using their smartphone.

Arduino will use Pelion Connectivity Management to give users the option of competitive global data plans for everything from single IoT prototypes to production IoT deployments.

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