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8/22/2019 IoT Central Preview Features Today we are announcing that IoT Plug and Play is now available in preview! With today’s announcement, solution developers can start using Azure IoT Central or Azure IoT Hub to build solutions that integrate seamlessly with IoT devices enabled with IoT Plug and Play. We have also launched a new Azure Certified for IoT portal, for device partners interested to streamline the device certification submission process and get devices into the Azure IoT device catalog quickly. Link Link Details
8/21/2019 IoT Central Preview Features With IoT Plug and Play Preview, solution developers can start using Azure IoT Central to build solutions that integrate seamlessly with IoT devices enabled with IoT Plug and Play. There’s also a new Azure Certified for IoT portal, for device partners interested in streamlining the device certification submission process and getting devices into the Azure IoT Device Catalog quickly. Link Link Details
7/23/2019 IoT Central New Features We have added support for location telemetry that lights up scenarios such as asset track and trace, connected logistics, and more! Link Link Details
5/7/2019 IoT Central Preview Features Today we’re introducing IoT Plug and Play connectivity partners. Deep integration between these partners’ technologies and Azure IoT simplifies customer deployments and adds new capabilities. These include Twilio, Ericsson and more. Link Link Details
5/7/2019 IoT Central Preview Features Late last week, we announced IoT Plug and Play, which is based on an open modeling language that allows IoT devices to declare their capabilities. That declaration, called a device capability model, is presented when IoT devices connect to cloud solutions like Azure IoT Central and partner solutions, which can then automatically understand the device and start interacting with it—all without writing any code. Link Link Details
5/3/2019 IoT Central New Features Today, we are announcing that cloud developers can find IoT Plug and Play enabled devices in our Azure IoT Device Catalog. The first wave includes dozens of devices from partners such as Compal, Kyocera, and STMicroelectronics. Link Link Details
3/25/2019 IOT Central New Features Since announcing the release of our Jobs feature during the Azure IoT Central general availability launch, we are excited to share how we are working to improve your device management workflow through additional jobs functionalities. Today, you are now able to copy an existing job you’ve created, save a job to continue working on later, stop or resume a running job, and download a job details report once your job has completed running. These additional Jobs functionalities make managing your devices at scale much easier. Link Link Details
3/18/2019 Storage General Availability Azure premium blob storage is now generally available. Premium block blob is a new performance tier in Blob storage, complementing the existing hot, cool, and archive tiers. Premium blob storage is ideal for workloads with high transaction rates or that require very fast access times, such as IoT, telemetry, AI, and scenarios with humans in the loop such as interactive video editing, web content, and online transactions. Premium Blob Storage will initially be available in the US East, US East 2, US Central, US West, US West 2, North Europe, West Europe, Japan East, and Southeast Asia regions. Link Details
3/1/2019 IOT Central Updated Features For app builder roles, we have introduced a new “Device Templates” navigation tab that replaces the existing “Application Builder” tab, as well as updated the pattern in which you view or edit your device templates. To edit your device templates, you can visit the “Device Templates” tab to make changes. To view or interact with your device instance, you can still find this under the “Explorer” tab. Link Link Details
2/11/2019 IoT Hub New Features Today, we are happy to share that Azure IoT Hub Java SDK will officially support the Android Things platform. This announcement showcases our commitment to enable greater choice and flexibility in IoT deployments. Developers can leverage the benefits of the Android Things operating system on the device side, while using Azure IoT Hub as the central message hub that scales to millions of simultaneously connected devices. Link Link Details

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