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Introducing LoRaWAN 1.1 support

Back in April we added a native LoRaWAN stack to Mbed OS 5.8, and today we're continuing our commitment by adding LoRaWAN 1.1 support. LoRaWAN 1.1 includes support for secure device provisioning through a Join Server, new security primitives, handover roaming, and optimizations for communication from the network to the device. In addition to LoRaWAN 1.1 this release also adds support for LoRaWAN 1.0.3.

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Mbed OS 5.10.4 released

We are pleased to announce the Mbed OS 5.10.4 release is now available. This is the last patch release based on the feature set that Mbed OS 5.10 introduces.

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Security update for all users of the ARMmbed GitHub organization

We have recently updated our policy regarding the GitHub profiles of all users requiring membership of the ARMmbed organization.

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Mbed OS 5.10.3 released

We are pleased to announce the Mbed OS 5.10.3 release is now available. This is the latest patch release based on the feature set that Mbed OS 5.10 introduces.

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Office Hours - NFC API with Donatien Garnier

Come join us for our 11th Office Hours with an Engineer live stream. We'll talk with Donatien Garnier from the Mbed OS core team about the NFC API in Mbed OS!

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Meet Mbed in Austin, Stockholm, Indianapolis, Seoul or Tokyo

October was a busy month, with Mbed Connect events in the US and China, TechCon and many more community events. But we're not done yet! If you want to sharpen your skills before the end of the year, talk to us in person, or just share a beer while talking about the latest standards - we've got an event for you. Here are all the places where you can meet people from the Mbed team before 2018 ends.

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Adding TLS Sockets to Mbed OS

In Mbed OS 5 we introduced a unified IP networking interface which gives you a standard way of dealing with IP sockets regardless of the underlying networking stack used. This makes writing networking code that's portable between targets, modules and even connectivity methods a lot easier. But the Socket API only gave access to standard UDP and TCP sockets, while setting up a TLS connection - to do HTTPS or MQTTS calls, for example - was left to the user.

We're changing this in Mbed OS 5.11 by adding TLS sockets. These behave very similar to normal TCP sockets, but they will automatically use Mbed TLS to set up a TLS connection to the server. The TLS socket handles all certificate validation, encryption and decryption without any manual work in your application.

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Mbed Connect China 2018 Recap

After our first stop in San Jose, the Mbed Connect train charged ahead to Shanghai for the third edition of Mbed Connect China. With a great mix of English and Chinese speakers, live translation services, and dim sum during the breaks, this event showed that IoT is real, and Mbed is here to help you scale. If you couldn't make it to the show, this blog post will provide some highlights. If you're looking for the slides: they're here.

Also: you're not too late to register for Mbed Connect Japan (5 December) yet! Registration will open soon, so keep an eye on this space...

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Mbed OS 5.10.2 released

We are pleased to announce the Mbed OS 5.10.2 release is now available. This is the latest patch release based on the feature set that Mbed OS 5.10 introduces.

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Another successful Arm TechCon comes to a close and what an event it was!

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At its new location, the San Jose Convention Centre, this year’s Arm TechCon welcomed over 3000 attendees to the 3 day conference and exhibition. Amongst so much going on, here are some of the highlights about Arm's IoT offering.

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