AT&T Offers Internet of Things developer kits for AWS and Raspberry Pi
The traditional role a carrier like AT&T plays is no longer relevant. In order for it to remain competitive, the company has to extend its reach beyond the phone and think about other things that will require its network. The biggest potential involves connected devices, such as cars and other appliances we have around our home and office.
It’s one thing to ask developers to use the network, but it’s another to make it easy to do so. Just like with the rise of services like Parse, Twilio, and Layer around software, so too does AT&T want to play that part. Its starter kits could be viewed as ways to encourage developers to build for the Internet of Things. Read the full article here.
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