Canonical And GE Announce Smart Fridge Powered By Snappy Ubuntu Core

By Janakiram MSV

Forbes covers IoT World 2015 in San Francisco, where Canonical (creator of Ubuntu platform), DataArt (creator of DeviceHive M2M framework) & Microsoft  (creator of Azure), announced a strategic partnership.

“Apart from GE, Canonical is partnering with Acer, DataArt, and Microsoft to drive Snappy’s adoption. DataArt, a company that created DeviceHive, an IoT, and big data open sourced platforms is partnering with Canonical. The platform is available on Azure Marketplace for developers to provision it in the cloud. DeviceHive connects sensors, microcontrollers, gateways and clients with the cloud. Through Juju Charms, DeviceHive integrates Snappy Ubuntu Core with Azure to become a powerful open source IoT platform.”

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