|Microsoft makes Azure IoT Edge generally available|
|Just over a year after launching the preview version of Azure IoT Edge, Microsoft has announced that the IoT cloud offering has been made generally available globally.|
|Reliance to buy Radisys for $70m|
Indian conglomerate Reliance Industries is to buy US telecoms firm Radisys for more than $70m to increase its 5G and IoT portfolio.
|Sequans partners NTT Docomo to accelerate NB-IoT adoption in Japan|
|French LTE for IoT chip maker Sequans Communications is working with Japanese mobile operator NTT Docomo to accelerate the development of NB-IoT devices and applications on Docomo's network.|
|IoT demographics matter, new research shows|
Research released by the IoT M2M Council (IMC) - a trade association representing 25,000 IoT buyers worldwide - shows there are strong differences in how IoT technology adoption is viewed by OEMs, applications developers and enterprise users.
|Sigfox operator UnaBiz introduces sensors-as-a-service|
|At last month’s ConnecTech Asia in Singapore, UnaBiz, one of Asia's first IoT dedicated network operators, launched a range of Sigfox powered sensors.|
|Rigado raises $15m to expand IoT edge-as-a-service|
|Oregon-based Rigado has closed a $15m series A round of funding to expand its commercial IoT edge-as-a-service offering.|
|Case study: IoT provides flood warnings in Argentinian village|
|Libelium and its Argentinian distributor Rack2 have developed a permanent flood monitoring system based on IoT technology in La Emilia, a small village in the north of Buenos Aires.|
|Avnet becomes distributor for Digi in Europe|
|Avnet Silica has been appointed as a franchised distributor for the Emea region for Digi International, a provider of IoT connectivity products and services.|
|Making IoT application generation more Friendly|
Israeli company Friendly Technologies has introduced an application generator for a range of IoT applications, including e-health, smart metering, smart energy, agriculture, smart building and smart city.
|Arrow reduces IO-Link development time|
|Arrow Electronics has announced a family of ICs that enable companies to add IO-Link Master functionality to their products without the addition of royalties or licence fees. Arrow joined the IO-Link Consortium in April.|