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Vecow announces its Arm-based IoT system's interoperability with Microsoft cloud services

14th October 2021
Tom Anstee

Vecow has announced that Vecow Arm-based IoT Systems have passed the test for functionality and interoperability with Microsoft's cloud services, including AIC-100 and VIG-100. Vecow has joined the Azure Certified Device program, ensuring that users can have IoT solutions up and running quickly with hardware and software that has been pre-tested and verified to work with Azure IoT.

In the pursuit of simplifying and accelerating IoT projects, Vecow is looking for effective ways to choose and connect the right set of devices, assets to the cloud. To help our customers to jumpstart IoT projects with confidence, Vecow provides certified devices that are tested for readiness, compatibility and usability. By choosing an Azure certified device, customers can save time and effort on project specs and RFP processes by knowing in advance what devices and offerings will work with Azure IoT.

Vecow Arm-based IoT System AIC-100 and VIG-100 have been tested for functionality and interoperability, ensuring that AIC-100 and VIG-100 have used the Microsoft reference configuration. Powered by NXP i.MX6 series processor with Arm Cortex-A7 core, Vecow AIC-100/VIG-100 deliver exceptional power efficiency and scalability and are optimised for IoT applications including Energy Management, Traffic Vision, Charging Station, and any AIoT scenarios.

"Being part of the Azure Certified Device program validates our ability to jumpstart customer’s IoT projects with pre-test device and operating system combinations," said Esther Han, product manager, Embedded Systems & Platform Division at Vecow. "Decreasing the usual customisation and work required for compatibility ensures Vecow helps customers get quickly started on their IoT solution.”

To know more about the Vecow Arm-based IoT System, please visit product page or for details.

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