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6 Posts authored by: bwilless element14 Team
This blog is intended to help developers who are having issues connecting to an IoT Hub, or an IoT Central application using one of the Avnet OOB example projects.  My personal experience is that I've always been able to connect to my IoT Hub.  I've done my best to identify and capture  things that I think can go wrong.  My list is not comprehensive at all, if you find another debugging tip, please post it in the comments for others to use!   There are three failure poi ...
IoT Central Application Features Implementation Steps Create a device template Add Toggle controls to the Settings Tab Provision Devices in IoT Central Add the device to IoT Central To manually add a device to IoT Central, navigate to the Device Explorer by clicking on Device Explorer à AvnetStarterKit (1.0.0). Connection String Introduction   Welcome to part 3 of the Avnet Azure Sphere Starter-Kit (Out of Box Demo).  In this follow-up blog, we' ...
Introduction Welcome to part 2 of the Avnet Azure Sphere Starter-Kit (Out of Box Demo).  In this follow-up blog, we'll walk through connecting the example application to Azure using an IoT Hub.  After we connect our device to the IoT Hub, I'll walk through digital device twins and demonstrate how we can control devices on our board from Azure.  An finally, we'll provision a Time Series Insights resource in Azure to visualize the telemetry data that our device is sending to Azure.& ...
Introduction Developing products with Microsoft Azure Sphere has just become a lot easier with a new Azure Sphere MT3620 Starter Kit hardware and application software examples from Avnet. This highly adaptable starter kit has a range of expansion interfaces and a production-ready MT3620 based module, that enables custom hardware requirements to be rapidly prototyped and applications developed for a certified module that scales for volume production.   The Starter Kit is available for order ...
Here at Avnet we've been working on a couple of new MT3620 Azure Sphere products to help you prototype and deploy your secure IoT solution easily and quickly.  Look for more blog content on these items soon, but for now I wanted to provide information on our offerings.   We're producing a pre-certified commercial off the shelf MT3620 module that can accelerate your Azure Sphere based product development.  We used the module on a new Azure Sphere Starter kit.  This means that ...
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Azure Sphere (MT3620)

Posted by bwilless element14 Team Nov 19, 2018
My name is Brian Willess, I work at Avnet where I'm responsible for training Azure Sphere customers.  I wanted to advertise the MT3620 Azure Sphere device and its supporting systems to this community.  Azure Sphere has everything you need to develop and deploy a secure IoT solution quickly.   Azure Sphere   The Azure Sphere system developed by Microsoft combines a secure MCU, secure OS (Linux kernel), and the Azure Sphere Security Service (in the cloud) to deliver a highly se ...

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