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Office Hours with an Engineer

We're kicking off a new biweekly Livestream with engineers from our core teams. If you've ever wanted to talk with the Mbed engineers directly about their technical areas of expertise, this is your chance!

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Whitepaper: The new Cellular IoT technology, supported by Arm

The IoT comes in many forms, widely varying in the demands on connectivity technology. Cellular IoT (CIoT) has been optimized for minimal power consumption to ensure long battery operation. The billions of CIoT devices forecasted to be deployed in the coming years, require a radical rethink to reduce the signalling loads inside the cellular networks.

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Smarter, tougher, leaner MCUs for the IoT

Guest blog from Christine Young, Blogger, Maxim Integrated

When a smart, connected product can solve a problem in a way that is better than what we already have, that’s when the internet of things (IoT) really shines. For these products to flourish, the underlying microcontrollers (MCUs) must be power efficient, memory-rich, and secure.

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Results from the Mbed Developer Survey 2017

Take part in the Mbed Developer 2018 survey here.

When Mbed launched in 2009 - great background post by Chris Styles here - it was hard to imagine how big the ecosystem would grow. Today we have over 70 partners, 136 supported development boards and over 15,000 commits from 405 different contributors to Mbed OS 5. But none of this was possible without you, as part of our community. Now over 325,000 developers strong, the community has published tens of thousands of libraries and examples, and answered thousands of questions about Mbed. You also compiled 13,000,000 applications in the Online Compiler last year alone.

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Mbed OS 5.8.2 released

We are pleased to announce the Mbed OS 5.8.2 release is now available. This is the latest patch release based on the feature set that Mbed-OS-5.8 introduces.

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How to use the LPCXpresso54608's Touch Panel

This tutorial will show you how to utilize NXP's LPCXpresso54608 demo touch panel applications for use with Mbed OS.

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NXP Touch Cursor demo on a LPCXpresso54608

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Mbed OS 5.8.1 released

We are pleased to announce the Mbed OS 5.8.1 release is now available. This is the latest patch release based on the feature set that Mbed-OS-5.8 introduces.

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Adding a LoRaWAN stack to Mbed OS 5.8

LoRaWAN is a low-power wide-area network technology that combines kilometers of range with low power consumption - a great fit for Internet of Things devices. Arm is continuing its investment in LoRaWAN by adding a native LoRaWAN stack to Mbed OS 5.8. The stable, well-tested, and (EU) pre-certified stack makes it easy for device manufacturers to add long-range connectivity to their IoT devices.

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Mbed OS 5.8 release: Focus on production, robustness and connectivity

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About this release

Mbed OS 5.8 focuses on Mbed Enabled modules to reduce development cost, time and risk and provide go-to market value compared to traditional chip down designs. We are continuing our focus on low power with our sleep/deep sleep profiling tool, with which you can identify objects that are stopping entry into low power modes. The 5.8 release continues to strengthen Arm's connectivity portfolio with an updated LPWAN stack and updated Cellular stack with support for IoT-ready NB-IoT and CAT-M1 technologies. We have also launched the closed alpha developer trial of Mbed Studio, a free desktop IDE designed specifically for Mbed OS.

In addition, this release contains many minor fixes and enhancements and brings support for 121 target development boards. In the release note below, we summarize some of the key updates to Mbed OS that are part of the Mbed OS 5.8.0 release.

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Q&A - Webinar: Exploring LoRa with Mbed

On March 13th, Arm and Etteplan hosted two webinars on the new LoRaWAN stack that will be included in Mbed OS 5.8. More than 600 people joined the webinar, but if you missed it, see our recording of the webinar here.

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