Samsung ARTIK modules enable full IoT integration of Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, Zigbee and Thread connectivity on one platform with ARM Cortex processing
Digi-Key Electronics, a global electronic components distributor has announced that Samsung ARTIK 5 and ARTIK 10 modules, along with the new ARTIK 0 and ARTIK 7 modules and developer kits, are available for immediate global across its websites.
The Samsung ARTIK platform brings together hardware, software, cloud, security and partner ecosystems in a single offering so that enterprises can reduce the time, cost and risk typically associated with the delivery of complex IoT solutions.
The aim of the Samsung ARTIK smart IoT platform is to make it easier to build IoT products and services by addressing the complexity of IoT with easy-to-use, open and enterprise-grade APIs, SDKs and tools.
John Kalkman, VP of worldwide ARTIK sales, Samsung Electronics said: “Digi-Key has been a valued distribution partner since the beginning of SAMSUNG ARTIK commercial availability and we are excited about the growth of this partnership with the launch of the new ARTIK 0 and ARTIK 7 modules.
“As a leader in online distribution of electronic components, Digi-Key will help us broadly support our customers who have selected the SAMSUNG ARTIK platform to develop their IoT solutions.”
David Stein, VP, Global Semiconductor at Digi-Key said:
"For Digi-Key, the SAMSUNG ARTIK platform allows engineers to integrate all or various IoT solutions from one module or kit.
"Customers will be able to reduce BOM, easily design their 2.4 and 5 GHz product, communicate using Linux and utilize multiple protocols with various processer options. The Samsung ARTIK platform is an innovative platform for connected devices and we’re excited to offer designers around the world the chance to design with these products."
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