|Amazon Web Services (AWS) and NXP Unleash Limitless IoT Opportunity with Node-to-Cloud Connectivity|
Amazon FreeRTOS provides tools for users to quickly and easily deploy an MCU-based connected device and develop an IoT application without having to worry about the complexity of scaling across millions of devices. Once connected, IoT device applications can take advantage of the capabilities of the cloud or continue processing data locally with AWS Greengrass.
The cost and complexity to develop, deploy and manage secure connected nodes have continued to gate the market from realizing the true potential of the IoT. Reducing these complexities, AWS and NXP enable developers to create secure, cost-effective IoT solutions, increasing the accessibility of node-to-cloud connection for engineers.
Amazon FreeRTOS enables security-strong orchestration with the edge-cluster to further leverage low latencies in edge computing configurations, which extends AWS Greengrass core devices’ reach to the nodes. Distributed and autonomous computing architectures become possible through the consistent interface provided between the nodes and their gateways, in both online and offline scenario.
NXP’s IoT module, co-developed with Embedded Artists and based on the LPC54018 MCU, offers unlimited memory extensibility, a root of trust built on the embedded
“Together with AWS, we’re transforming node-to-cloud connectivity,” said
"Providing options for developers, as they build and deploy products on AWS, requires collaboration with market leaders,” said
Learn more at www.nxp.com/LPC-AWS-Module.
Enablement and Availablity
NXP enables node-to-cloud AWS connectivity with its LPC54018-based IoT module available on
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See the LPC54018 MCU in action at AWS re:Invent 2017
The LPC54018-based IoT module (OM40007) running Amazon FreeRTOS is demonstrated at NXP’s booth #200 at AWS re:Invent 2017,
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|November 29, 2017|