NixCore is excited to announce that the NixCore X1 has full support for the AWS Embedded C SDK, allowing embedded applications based on the NixCore to communicate with AWS IoT Platform. The Amazon Web Services (AWS) collection is a powerful web platform for any internet connected device. Support for the AWS IoT Platform allows internet […]
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We are excited to announce the NixCore X1 is now certified to run with Microsoft Azure IoT, Microsoft’s cloud platform for the Internet of Things. The NixCore can utilize HTTP, MQTT and AMQP protocols with the C SDK to communicate with Azure back end services. Certification as a Microsoft Azure Certified for IoT product means […]
Rust support is available for the NixCore X1. Rust is a low level, fast, powerful and modern language, perfect for embedded systems. A good writeup was posted on github on how to leverage the integrated cross compiled STD library for Rust to build for supported platforms. To build Rust for the latest LEDE 2.0 BETA […]
Hackaday did a write up on the Denver Mini Maker Faire and mentioned the NixCore booth! Take a look at the article at http://hackaday.com/2016/06/29/denver-mini-maker-faire-roundup/
NixCore is going to be at the Denver Maker Faire on 6/11-6/12. Look for us and our live demos! NixCore X1 and NixCore X1DEV boards will be available for sale.
Updated high quality mechanical drawings are now available for both the NixCore X1 and the NixCore X1-DEV products. These drawings call out exact positions of key features of each board, allowing for precise integration with mechanical systems. NixCore X1 Drawing NixCore X1-DEV Drawing
NixCore is happy to announce more support for IoT platforms! Today we added C libraries and example code for both InitialState and data.sparkfun.com. data.sparkfun.com also has the ability to export data to Analog.io, so now you and visualize your NixCore data in two places! Info about InitialState, data.sparkfun.com, Analog.io and other platform vendors can be […]
NixCore is happy to announce SDK support for MODE Internet of Things platform. The MODE platform allows for rapid development of internet enabled systems with phone interfaces. Info about MODE and other platform vendors can be found on the Vendors Page
NixCore is going to be at the NoCo Maker Faire this weekend 10/10-10/11. Look for us and our live demos! NixCore X1 and NixCore X1DEV boards will be available for sale.