u-blox SARA-R510AWS cellular module
u-blox has announced the SARA-R510AWS module, a variant of the globally certified SARA-R5 LTE-M cellular module series. The module serves a variety of applications that require secure cloud connectivity in industries including asset tracking, smart farming, sensor monitoring and connected medical equipment.
Building and commercialising secure and scalable cloud-connected IoT solutions that are easy to maintain over their lifetime can be challenging. In addition to requiring deep expertise in embedded development, networking, cryptography and cloud architecture, developers need to be proficient in handling a complex software stack. As a result, IoT projects can quickly snowball into complex endeavours with long development cycles and high failure rates.
The module offers product developers a straightforward path to secure and scalable AWS cloud services, reducing product development time and effort and cutting time to market. With a stripped-down command interface, the module can connect to AWS cloud using just two dedicated AT commands.
Running validated AWS IoT ExpressLink firmware, the module minimises integration efforts by taking care of the key steps required to access the AWS cloud, such as networking, authentication and secure data transfer. The module also offers a range of security features, including a pre-provisioned hardware-based root of trust, secure boot and secure storage, as well as encrypted communication to and from the cloud, enabling secure over-the-air updates of the host processor and the module’s communication firmware.
Offering access to AWS services without spending time integrating APIs or additional source code, the module handles the nuts and bolts of connecting to the cloud, giving product developers the time to focus on their business.
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