MediaTek is making IoT hardware easier to use

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Check out the new MediaTek LinkIt™ Development Platform for RTOS. This platform is the first from MediaTek delivering a common toolset and application programming interface (API) for multiple chipsets, including MT7687 and MT2523. It offers developers the ability to create a range of IoT devices using one common SDK with support for professional-grade IDEs (Keil µVision and IAR Embedded Workbench) as well as use of command-line tools.

The first hardware development kit (HDK) for the new platform was made available this summer, the LinkIt 7687 HDK, developed by Silicon Application Corp. (SAC). The HDK is based on the MediaTek MT7687F Wi-Fi system on a chip (SOC), and supports developers looking to create advanced connected appliances, home and office automation devices, smart gadgets and other IoT innovations with secure Wi-Fi. The second development kit for the platform, LinkIt 2523 HDK by SAC, is based on the MT2523G chip which enables you to create Bluetooth-enabled wearables with small footprint, fast and accurate positioning at low power consumption, and high-quality audio playback.

The initiative to work closely IoT developers has proved successful with a number of developers using MediaTek solutions to move from prototypes to successful commercial products.  Now, many enterprises are replicating the MediaTek method of running a similar “labs” program to better learn from developers. But as MediaTek managed to get ahead of the curve, they appear to have the advantage when it comes to connecting their customers with supply chain partners to manufacture and drive success for their IoT devices.

 

 

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