Runtime Blog / openIoT

Oct 11, 2016

Sterling Hughes, Runtime CTO, at the OpenIoT Summit in Berlin

Sterling shares architecture details of the ensuing Apache Mynewt OS and the rationale behind some of the key design and implementation decisions.

Sterling Hughes

Sterling is the CTO at Runtime. He lead the development of Silver Spring Network’s wireless IPv6 mesh networking fabric, authoring more than 20 domestic and international patents in the process. Prior to Silver Spring, Sterling was one of the core developers of the PHP programming language, and spent 10 years scaling the high traffic websites of the day, including Friendster, Lycos, and FAST Search and Transfer. Sterling is a member of the Apache Software Foundation, and a believer in open-source as the basis for critical infrastructure.

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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. Please visit Runtime’s website, follow us on Twitter @runtime_io and check us out on LinkedIn.


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