Microsoft invests heavily and is involved in the development of IoT (Internet of Things) technology. At the ongoing conference CEATEC, which takes place in Japan, the giant introduced news related to Windows 10 IoT Core and announced SQL Server IoT 2019. The biggest news is definitely the announcement of BSP (Board Support Package) packages for NXP and .MX processors. These include processors i.MX6, i.MX7, i.MX 8M and i.MX 8M Mini. With this move, Microsoft aims to provide a wider range of industrial-grade systems for engineers working on various types of IoT projects that will allow them to better use the Azure IoT platform.
At the same time, Microsoft has launched a test, preview version of the new Windows ML container. The Windows ML container provides companies with a fast and agile platform for building enterprise-class IoT solutions. It combines advanced Windows features with the security of the Windows 10 IoT platform and Azure IoT Edge management capabilities.
However, mentioned earlier SQL Server IoT 2019, which Microsoft calls the binary equivalent of SQL Server 2019, is expected to be available later this year and will be licensed through OEM channels. It can also be paired with Windows Server IoT 2019 to improve devices using operational data analysis. The world of the Internet of Things is already extremely important for the Redmond giant, and will become an even more important technology sector in the coming years. Microsoft is convinced that by 2022 as many as 94% of companies will use IoT technologies.
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