SMQ is an easy to use machine-to-machine (M2M)/"Internet of Things" connectivity protocol that follows the publish subscribe design pattern.

Dependencies:   EthernetInterface mbed-rtos mbed



The SMQ Architecture is an Internet of Things (IoT) publish subscribe end-to-end solution that is optimized for embedded systems to provide instantaneous Device Edge Node connectivity, 1 to 1 Communications, and Ease of Transcending Firewalls. The solution is ideal for resource constrained devices that require real-time dynamic control, analytic information, and firmware updates in both LAN and WAN environments.

Architecture Component List

  • SMQ C Client (Non-secure)
  • SharkMQ (Secure) C Client
  • SMQjs (Javascript)
  • SMQ Broker


SMQ Client-example

A (non-secure) C Client implementation of the SMQ protocol demonstrating device control over the on board LEDs via any modern (WebSocket enabled) Browser interface.

  • Code Size: 3kB

See Also

How to setup your own SMQ IoT cloud server

Most IoT cloud server solutions, whether they provide ready-to-use hosted services or not, are based on a standard Virtual Private Server (VPS). Most developers probably think of Amazon or Microsoft Azure's services when considering the server side of their IoT solution. These high-end services are great if you need to scale up to millions of connected devices. However, for most small-scale operations and DIY projects, a low-cost VPS is more than adequate.

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