Happy Halloween, Netburnians! We are kicking off the start of this holiday season with content that falls decidedly in the "treats" category. This month we'll compare the differences between two popular IoT cloud services, take a gander at a few different ways to secure a NANO54415 in your next design, and review the RS-232 protocol.


IoT Fight Night: AWS IoT Core vs Google Cloud IoT Core


Cloud services are all the rage these days and it's easy to see why. With the proliferation of IoT devices and distributed computing applications, there are opportunities abound. That said, getting your foot in the door can be a little overwhelming. In this article, we've compared two premier IoT cloud based services, AWS's IoT Core Service and Google's Cloud IoT Core, to help you put your best foot forward with your next IoT project.

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Over the past few years, we've had several industrial users express reservations about the spring retention clips that are typically used to secure the NANO54415 system on module. While we have personally used them in environmentally extreme environments experiencing 5+ G recover shocks with no issues, when our customers speak, we listen. In this article we cover a few alternate ways to mount your NANO54415 in your designs.
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Tried and true, the RS-232 serial communications protocol has been sending data back and forth between electronics equipment and computers for longer than many of our readers have been alive. How does it work though, and what is it's place in an increasingly networked world? Read on to find out.
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Our latest NetBurner ARM Cortex-powered Development Kit enables rapid prototyping and development of robust, scalable IoT products and embedded solutions. It's here and it's available for shipping, worldwide!
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