Cloud Connectivity Middleware in the MCUXpresso Ecosystem
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Libraries and examples provided through MCUXpresso SDK
Built on its open source wired and wireless drivers in the MCUXpresso SDK, NXP has worked with
leading cloud solution providers to enable developers to move rapidly to prototype and develop
cloud-connected products. Each solution is fully integrated into the MCUXpresso SDK, and comes
with ready-to-use software examples.
The cost and complexity to develop, deploy and manage secure connected nodes has continued to gate the market from
realizing the true potential of the IoT. Reducing these complexities, AWS and NXP ensure developers are able to
create secure, cost effective IoT solutions, increasing the accessibility of node-to-cloud connection for engineers.
Amazon FreeRTOS – an open-source MCU operating system built on the FreeRTOS kernel, offers developers a universal
connection to the Amazon Web Services (AWS) platform. Together, MCUXpresso SDK and Amazon FreeRTOS, with easy-to-use
software libraries and examples, bring multiple layers of network transport security, simplify cloud on-boarding and
over-the-air device management.
All driver and middleware libraries are provided with full source code, and along with examples to show how to
connect to the AWS Cloud (AWS account required) and use commonly required elements:
NXP’s Ethernet driver and middleware libraries are provided with full source code, with driver and network
interface-level applications. Examples are based on FreeRTOS and LWIP. Examples provided show how to connect Azure
IoT hub to client communications using commonly used protocols:
Microsoft Azure supported platforms (from SDK 2.7)
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