ModusToolbox™ IoT Cloud Management Software Solutions Q420 Update | Cypress Semiconductor
ModusToolbox™ IoT Cloud Management Software Solutions Q420 Update
The ModusToolbox Software Environment is rapidly establishing itself as the most adaptable development system for the IoT. ModusToolbox provides enablement to make ecosystem and cloud management easier for developers. We partner with widely popular 3rd party ecosystems like Arm® Pelion as well as AWS IoT Core, and also provides the Infineon AnyCloud IoT solution that provides core libraries for connectivity, security, firmware upgrade support, and application layer enabling custom cloud designs.
See below for what is new for our Cloud Management Software Solutions in Q420!
New in AnyCloud 1.2
Support for CYW4373
The Wi-Fi Host Driver (WHD) has been updated with support for another Wi-Fi/Bluetooth combo device, the CYW4373. This device features a dual band (2.4GHz and 5GHz) IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n/ac MAC/baseband/radio and dual-mode Bluetooth support. It’s an exciting new addition to our range of supported devices in ModusToolbox, bringing 802.11ac performance, range and reliability.
HomeKit ADK and Multicast DNS
The multicast DNS (mDNS) protocol is a zero-configuration (no manual set-up) service. It resolves hostnames to IP addresses within small networks that do not include a local name server. AnyCloud features a full integration with HomeKit 4.1, using the Bonjour-conforming mDNS to enable easy configuration of smart-home appliance networks with the MFi 3.0 and MFi 2.0c authentication chips. Contact Infineon Customer Care for more information about HomeKit.
New Default Mbed TLS and lwIP Configuration
The default configuration of these libraries has been optimized for resource-constrained applications, resulting in significant (~60kB) savings in flash memory consumption. It is now possible to run Wi-Fi applications on smaller PSoC 6 devices (512kB flash) without having to hand-tune the configuration/options files.
Get started with our AnyCloud IoT solution today with these code examples on GitHub!
What’s New in AWS IoT Core?
PSoC 64 Standard Secure Kit Qualification
The PSoC 64 Standard Secure microcontroller is now qualified for FreeRTOS. PSoC 64 incorporates open-sourced Trusted Firmware-M embedded security, is Platform Security Architecture (PSA) Certified Level 1, and is now FreeRTOS qualified for secure device management with AWS IoT Core.
ISO-certified secure provisioning services for the PSoC 64 are offered by Arrow Electronics, enabling OEMs to securely deploy IoT applications at scale.
You can take advantage of FreeRTOS features and benefits using the PSoC 64 Standard Secure AWS Wi-Fi Bluetooth Pioneer Kit (CY8CKIT-064S0S2-4343W).
Get started with AWS IoT Core yourself using these code examples on GitHub!
What’s New in Mbed OS
Mbed OS v6 Updates
The new Mbed OS 6 deprecates several API classes and functions that are used by Infineon middleware and Code Examples (those hosted on the cypresssemiconductorco repo rather than ARMmbed). The Infineon software has now been updated and Mbed OS 6 is fully supported for production development.
Get started with Mbed OS yourself using these code examples on GitHub!