Sollae Cloud Offers Real-Time Cloud-Based Monitoring & Remote Control with Sollae IoT Gateway Devices
Embedded network solutions provider Sollae Systems has released Sollae Cloud. Sollae Cloud is an IoT cloud that serves as a hub between users and Sollae devices. By using Sollae ezTCP devices and the Sollae Cloud, data from various sensors/actuators from various places can be gathered into one location, helping users monitor the environment and control the remote devices easily and securely. The cloud is designed to work with Sollae IoT gateway devices, which are equipped with analog inputs, digital inputs, and digital outputs. How it works Sollae devices read data from sensors and send the data securely via MQTT/TLS...
Introducing the P4M-400 PHPoC IoT Module for OEM Applications
Envistia Mall is pleased to announce the release of Sollae Systems' P4M-400 PHPoC module. The P4M-400 is a modular PHPoC Internet of Things (IoT) Board. It has the functionalities of the PHPoC Blue and PHPoC Black IoT boards in an economical, small modular form designed to be integrated into other products in OEM applications. P4M-400 Evaluation Starter Kits and Evaluation Development Kits are available for quickly doing proof-of-concept prototypes before designing custom circuits. Networking Capabilities The P4M-400 module supports 10/100M Ethernet as well as IEEE802.11b/g Wireless LAN connectivity. It supports various network protocols (IPv4/IPv6, TCP/UDP, ICMP, DHCP, HTTP, SSH, SMTP, ESMTP, DNS, DDNS, MySQL...
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What is the Difference Between PHPoC Embedded IoT Development Language and PHP?
PHPoC is a programming language that Sollae Systems has developed for embedded IoT development. All of their PHPoC IoT Development Boards have a PHPoC interpreter in firmware. PHPoC is based on the widely used script language PHP. As PHPoC shares its roots with PHP, if you have programmed in PHP, you can easily start programming in PHPoC. The video below explains the common features, and the differences, between the PHPoC IoT development language and PHP. For a more in-depth discussion, download the PHPoC vs PHP Overview PDF on the PHPoC website.
PHPoC Monthly Newsletter for September
September's PHPoC newsletter highlights some of their "Editors Choice" videos on Youtube, including: Cocktail pouring machine using a PHPoC programmable IoT development board controlled by Amazon's Alexa Controlling Stepper Motors Via the Web Pong Game with PHPoC WiFi Shield for Arduino And More! Click HERE TO VIEW THE NEWSLETTER!