Azure Partner Roundup: IoT solutions; Content management system; AI training; Specialization

June 20 2022

Meritech, Tartabit support custom IoT solutions on Azure, Umbraco launches content management system, AMD and Microsoft plan AI training, and Red River receives specialization.

Meritech, Tartabit support custom IoT solutions on Azure

Tartabit announced that it will support Meritech monoZ Solution Templates with its IoT Bridge offering to integrate IoT development kits with Azure, and support Microsoft solution developers. For its part, monoZ announced the integration of its LTE-M, NB-IoT, and LwM2M development boards with Azure, using IoT Bridge.

The goal of the integration is to improve asset tracking and telematic solution deployment times. Together, the companies hope to achieve “one stop ODM” and a fast time to deployment for IoT ideas.

“We are excited to announce our collaboration with monoZ which brings the value of fast time use case validation hardware with fast time to Azure service-built applications. IoT Bridge provides monoZ customers with a frictionless path to innovate within the powerful Microsoft Azure service offerings,” stated Fred Yentz, CEO and Co-Founder, Tartabit.

“Tartabit’s IoT Bridge enables monoZ customers to effortlessly leverage Microsoft Azure. Collaborating with Tartabit and simplifying integration with Microsoft Azure is one example of monoZ`s objective to provide Edge to Cloud service options to our customers,” added Harish Sachdeva, Group CEO, Meritech, in a statement.

Umbraco launches Content Management System in Azure Marketplace

Umbraco, a Danish technology company announced a strategic partnership with Microsoft to extend its open source content management system. Umbraco’s Heartcore CMS is built on Microsoft .NET and available through Azure Marketplace. The company also offers Umbraco Cloud on Azure Marketplace.

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