SolidRun Supports Google Cloud IoT Core Public Beta

January 3, 2018 ECD Staff
The ClearCloud 8K device
The ClearCloud 8K device
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SolidRun\'s logo

SolidRun, a  developer and manufacturer of high-performance embedded solutions, and edge computing platforms, announced support for the public beta of Google Cloud IoT Core, a fully managed service on Google Cloud Platform (GCP) to securely connect and manage IoT devices at scale. Cloud IoT Core is now publicly available to all users in beta, including new features and pricing plan.

With Cloud IoT Core, businesses can easily connect and centrally manage millions of globally dispersed IoT devices. When used as part of the broader Google Cloud IoT solution, it can ingest all IoT data and connect to Google Cloud’s state of the art analytics services including Cloud Pub/Sub, Dataflow, Bigtable, BigQuery, and Machine Learning.

The MACCHIATObin ClearCloud 8K, is based on a Marvell ARMADA A8040 SoC, and features a quad core Arm Cortex A-72 1.6GHz processor, including 4-Gbit DDR DIMM4 memory (16 Gbytes optional), dual 10GbE, MicroSD connectors, 3 x SATA 3.0, USB 3.0 and PCIex4 3.0 slot.

SolidRun’s MACCHIATObin ClearCloud 8K with Google’s Cloud IoT Core allows users to easily and securely connect to GCP. The solution has been developed in collaboration with Sartura, a specialized open-source developer and integrator for embedded applications, in conjunction with Marvell.

MACCHIATObin ClearCloud 8K comes with a unique fanless GCP enclosure, and accessories for a price tag of $399.

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