Arrayent announces support for Texas Instruments’ new Wi-Fi wireless microcontroller

Arrayent announces support for Texas Instruments’ new Wi-Fi wireless microcontroller
Internet of Things (IoT) cloud service provider Arrayent announced it is supporting the new low-power, low-cost Texas Instruments SimpleLink Wi-Fi CC3220 wireless microcontroller (MCU).

The new addition to TI’s CC3x20 family for customers developing IoT applications was announced in conjunction with the Embedded World exhibition and conference in Nuremberg, Germany.

The new microcontroller is built on a novel architecture that supports firmware and secure cloud communications on a single chip. It also includes embedded security features—such as secure storage, cloning protection, secure boot and networking security—to help protect IoT devices from intellectual property and data theft and other risks.

Like the rest of the CC3x20 family of devices, the newest edition also lets designers create products that can be in production in six months and can run on two AA batteries.

“Arrayent and TI have been collaborating to bring IoT products to market since 2005,” indicated Arrayent CEO Cyril Brignone, who in a statement added that the company is pleased to extend relationship with its long-time partner.

Brignone further notes the specific advantages available to their mutual customers. “By connecting the CC3220 solution to Arrayent’s Cloud Services, customers will realize product interoperability within key ecosystems like Amazon Alexa, Google Home, Nest, IFTTT and more. We believe interoperability will be the key to creating compelling consumer experiences that will drive market growth.”

Arrayent provides an IoT Cloud Platform-as-a-Service that has enabled consumer brands to launch products across the world. Arrayent’s cloud services help manufacturers transform traditional products into connected devices, acquire and transmit usage & device data in formats that power business intelligence systems, and enable device interoperability through cloud-to-cloud integration with major 3rd-party ecosystems.

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