Ingenu is building the first wireless Machine Network, the world’s largest IoT network dedicated to connectivity for machines. Operating on a universal spectrum, the company’s RPMA® technology is a proven standard for connecting Internet of Things (IoT) and machine-to-machine (M2M) devices around the world, with more than 35 networks deployed over seven years.
Igenu recently teamed up with Microsoft to create a solution that Ingenu’s customers could use to move data from devices on Ingenu’s RPMA-based “Machine Network” into Azure.
Join Jerry Nixon and Bret Stateham as they welcome Joshua Builta, VP of Product Management at Ingenu, as they discuss how they pulled the data in Azure IoT Hub using Node.js code running in an Azure Function and then used Azure Stream Analytics, Azure Event Hubs, and Azure SQL Database to report on the data.
- [5:15] Tell us a bit about Ingenu. What do you do?
- [8:58] How did this project get started?
- [11:54] How does Azure fit into Ingenu's RPMA system?
- [16:20] Can you describe the RPMA to Azure Architecture and how this works exactly?
- [27:43] What about power consumption?
- [31:04] Are there any latency issues with this solution?.
- [35:33] What's next for Ingenu?
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