ARM mbed IoT Device Platform Receives Duke's Choice Award from Oracle

28 October 2015

When: October 28, 2015

What: ARM and the ARM® mbed™ IoT Device Platform have been honored with a Duke's Choice award from Oracle in recognition of its efforts to foster Internet of Things (IoT) innovation in the Java ecosystem. The Duke's Choice Awards recognizes and honors extreme innovation in the world of Java technology and are awarded to the most innovative uses of the Java platform.

Why: ARM received the Duke's Choice award for its contribution of an IoT open source standard known as the Constrained Application Protocol (CoAP) to the Open Java Community. CoAP is a specialized Web transfer protocol for use with constrained nodes and networks in the IoT.

The CoAP project was inspired by the need for a lightweight and simple protocol to solve communication issues and fit constrained Web server devices that may have a limited network, long response times or potentially not online at times.

To learn more about the ARM mbed IoT Device Platform, the foundation for creating and deploying low-power, connected and secure IoT devices at scale, please visit mbed.com.

About ARM:

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