We are proud to announce that Mender has entered the league of the most prestigious and ambitious projects in Europe through the award of a phase 2 SME project under the Horizon 2020 project. The SME program supports “high-risk, high-potential SMEs to develop and bring to market new products, ser...

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We are happy to announce the production releases Mender 1.5.0 and 1.4.2!

The key features of Mender 1.5 are covered below, and you can see the detailed items in the release notes of Mender 1.5.0 and Mender 1.4.2.

Intel x86 support

Since the launch of Mender 1.0, a wide range of communi...

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View our 2 minute video explaining the challenge of updating devices remotely and why Mender should be considered over building your own update mechanism:

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"Cyberthreats continue to impose an ever-bigger danger across the fabric of our society. Governments around the world are waking up to this harsh reality and, as with global warming, this can best be dealt with at an international level.”

In the latest TechTarget IoT Agenda post, our own Thomas...

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We will be live streaming a session of Google Hangout on Air to introduce and demonstrate Hosted Mender on Thursday, May 31st at 10:00am EDT/16:00 CEST.

Please register here!

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We hope everyone enjoyed the Meetup this past Tuesday in Silicon Valley! For those that couldn't make it, we have published the slides on considerations for IoT development. Feel free to contact our presenter, Drew if you have any additional questions.

You can find the slides here.

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Mender 1.5.0 beta is here and ready for you to try out!

The key features of Mender 1.5 beta are covered below, and you can see the detailed items in the Mender 1.5.0 beta release notes.

Intel x86 support

Since the launch of Mender 1.0, a wide range of community members and customers using...

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We are proud to announce the launch of Hosted Mender! We have been working with hundreds of Hosted Mender beta testers to make certain our customers will have access to a secure and robust on-demand software updater for the Internet of Things. The wait is now over for our production-grade hosted O...

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Our own Drew Moseley will be giving a talk on The IoT Botnet Wars, Linux Devices, and the Absence of Basic Security Hardening on Thursday, April 19th at the Embedded Systems Conference in Boston.

Our other upcoming events can always be found on our website, but here is a list of upcoming act...

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We are happy to announce that we have successfully verified that Mender works on the new Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+. With the latest changes in the meta-raspberrypi Yocto master branch layer, we are able to deploy OTA updates to this new model of the Raspberry Pi family.

We also recently validate...

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The following is a guest blog post from Alan Alberghini, who graciously opted to share IOOOTA's journey in adopting Mender.

"I work for an Italian company named IOOOTA SRL whose focus is on IoT devices and, more specifically, we’re currently working on implementing a multi-protocol smarthome g...

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We are happy to announce the production release of Mender 1.4.0!

The key features of Mender 1.4 are covered here Mender 1.4 are covered here. Furthermore, you can see the detailed items in the Mender 1.4.0 release notes.

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Mender is a proud sponsor for the Embedded Linux Conference and OpenIoT Summit this Monday, March 12th through Wednesday, March 14th in Portland, Oregon. #lfelc #openiot

Visit us at booth 25 or come to one of our two talks:

Tuesday, March 13th at 10:50am (Pavilion East) Comparing and Contrastin...

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We would love to hear how you're using Mender today and if you'd be open to sharing a blog post about it and your use case (although that's not necessary), we'd very much appreciate it.

We'll mail you a Mender T-shirt, a Mender laptop sticker, and a Mender luggage tag.

Email us at contact@mender...

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Today, Ralph Nguyen wrote a post on "The IoT Botnet Wars: How to Harden Linux Devices from DoS Attacks" on Electronicdesign.com.

While fighting botnets like Mirai and BrickerBot with another botnet, Hajime, may help prevent denial-of-service attacks on the IoT, the best defense is a basic system s...

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This month, Mender's own Drew Moseley wrote a blog post on "Why the Yocto Project for IoT" on Embedded.com. It outlines many of the reasons why we chose it as the first platform to support.

Yocto is essentially a build system and a collection of tools to build your own Linux distribution based on...

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