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The 10 Biggest IoT News Stories Of 2019

GE Digital does a 180 on its spin-off plans, two semiconductor companies merge to build a major IoT business, and IoT software providers invest in their consulting and system integration capabilities. These are the biggest IoT news stories from this year.

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6. Big Moves In The RTOS Space From Microsoft, Wind River

Microsoft and Wind River made big moves in the real-time operating system space this year. For Microsoft, that meant re-entering it with the April acquisition of RTOS provider Express Logic, which the Redmond Wash.-based company said will give it access to "billions of new connected endpoints" to connect to its Azure cloud service for enhanced capabilities. Express Logic's ThreadX RTOS is designed for IoT and edge devices powered by microcontroller units that run in resource-constrained environments, such as lightbulbs, temperature gauges, air conditioners and medical devices. Meanwhile, Wind River announced in February the Wind River Helix Virtualization Platform, which combines the company's RTOS and an embedded distribution of Linux in a single edge compute platform that can also run other operating systems. The goal is to allow critical infrastructure operations to run legacy systems while enabling development of applications for new autonomous capabilities.

 
 
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