ARM acquires Stream Technologies to connect the Internet of Things

ARM acquires Stream Technologies to connect the Internet of Things

ARM a chip design corporate has got Movement Applied sciences to supply advanced connectivity for web of items (IoT) units.

The tech will give ARM’s customers and partners “single pane of glass” visibility of connectivity and device management across all devices, regardless of location or network.

ARM said that the next evolution of the Mbed IoT Device Management platform is now underway, thanks to the acquisition of Stream Technologies, which will be integrated with the platform to enable connectivity management of every device, regardless of location or network.

Stream Technologies supports physical connectivity

Founded in 2000, Stream is a connectivity management technology provider that maintains more than 770,000 managed subscribers and two terabytes of average traffic per day.

Hima Mukkamala, senior vice president and general manager of IoT Cloud Services, Arm said that Stream Technologies supports physical connectivity across all industry-standard wireless protocols and devices critical for making IoT data accessible.

The combination of Stream’s technology with Arm’s Mbed IoT Device Management Platform will provide partners with a robust end-to-end IoT platform for managing, connecting, provisioning, and updating devices in a way that is easily scalable and flexible.