Microsoft reported the launch of Microsoft IoT Central, software as a service (SaaS) which aims to abate intricate of Internet of Things. The firm said “The new launch goes hand in hand with Microsoft’s current platform as a service (PaaS), Azure IoT Suite, built on the Azure cloud, with the latter enabling deep customization and control of implementations. IoT Central ‘has the potential to dramatically increase the speed at which manufacturers can innovate and bring new products to market, as well as lower the barriers to creating IoT solutions that generate new revenue opportunities and better experiences for customers.”
This is not the end, the company has also announced of introducing Connected Factory which is a preconfigured solution in Azure IoT Suite which aims to give those in the industrial sector an easy on-ramp to increase the performance on a factory floor, connecting and monitoring industrial equipment.
Microsoft is endless with its contrivance and launched Azure Stream Analytics (ASA) because, cloud is always not the answer for connectivity so ASA can be helpful when cloud is limited.
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