iYogi Launches IoT Platform On Microsoft Azure [Free For Up To 1mn Devices]

The company claims its Digital Service Cloud Open IoT Platform is the first enterprise grade IoT platform in India. Using a base of Microsoft Azure, the platform can be used to deploy, monitor and manage millions of connected products. Customers can integrate devices with the growing IoT ecosystem and make use of its advanced analytics capabilities to make better business decisions.
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Google Announces Brillo, Its Internet Of Things Operating System

The Brillo developer preview will be out in Q3 2015. While the OS is built on Android, the company has hacked off all the unnecessary bits to make it run on low-power devices. Brillo will support Wi-Fi, Bluetooth Low Energy, and a few other connectivity solutions. Apart from Brillo, Google also announced Weave, a language that allows IoT devices, smartphones and the cloud to communicate.
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Google Is Apparently Building ‘Brillo’, An OS For The Internet Of Things

Brillo will be able to run on devices with as little as 32 or 64 MB of RAM and will be based on the company’s Android mobile OS. Google is expected to launch the code for Brillo as early as next week at its I/O conference in SF. However, the smart device OS fight won’t be easy, with players such as Samsung, Apple, Microsoft and Intel vying for the same piece of the pie.
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Union Cabinet Green Lights Modi Government’s Plan To Set Up 100 Smart Cities

Alongside PM Modi’s pet project, the cabinet also approved the Atal Mission for Rejuvenation and Urban Transformation (AMRUT) for which it will set aside an additional Rs 50,000 crore. Under the Smart City Mission, each of the 100 cities selected will receive funds of Rs 100 crore per year for five years, in order to setup infrastructure which will in turn drive economic growth.
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