Cloud-based IoT Device Management and Solutions

Runtime provides cloud-based management of connected devices and is a complete solutions provider for consumer, medical, commercial, and industrial IoT applications.

Free, open source software is essential to all Runtime offerings. Runtime supports Apache Mynewt, an embedded OS optimized for networking and built for remote management. Apache Mynewt provides the components developers expect from a modern general purpose OS, but for constrained devices that are incapable of running either Linux or Android.

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Comprehensive Solutions for Customers

Unsure where to get started with your connected product? Runtime offers service and training so that your organization makes informed decision and gets secure and manageable connected products into the market.

Runtime offers

  • Commercially Supported Open Source Software
  • IoT Consulting Services
  • Training and Connected Product Strategy
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Mar 30, 2017
Runtime Announces Bluetooth 5 Support for Apache Mynewt

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Feb 21, 2017
Apache Mynewt Bootloader for Reliable and Secure Firmware Upgrades - Sterling Hughes & Chris Collins

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Runtime and Apache Mynewt

Runtime is a significant contributor to Apache Mynewt, an open source embedded OS in the Apache Software Foundation. The Apache Mynewt OS is a platform for embedded development, including the world’s first radio-level open source Bluetooth Low Energy stack for MCUs and a highly optimized OIC 1.1 application layer framework. Apache Mynewt: completely and utterly open and with the hooks to be managed securely and at scale.

Learn more at mynewt.apache.org

Runtime and MCUBoot

Coherent upgrade and management of trillions of constrained IoT devices requires consistent “upstream” interfaces. With embedded devices today, heterogeneity is the biggest obstacle to remote management at scale. MCUBoot, a secure bootloader for 32-bit MCUs, is a collaboration across multiple vendors and open source OSes.

Follow the project on GitHub