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Pelion Device Management and Mbed OS

The ARM Pelion IoT Platform combined with Mbed OS provide the building blocks for your IoT solution, with wide support for development boards and production-ready modules, over 400 components, tools for writing, building and testing embedded applications, and server and client-side tools to communicate with and manage your devices.



We work with our partners to enable 6LoWPAN, Bluetooth Low Energy, Thread, LoRa, WiFi, NFC, RFID, Mobile IoT (LPWA), cellular and Ethernet on devices running Mbed OS.



Mbed OS secures the device itself from untrusted or malicious code, the communications between device and cloud, and the lifecycle of the system itself using Mbed TLS and Pelion Client.



Device management services make deployment and lifecycle management possible for everything from ultra-constrained devices to complex micro-controllers.

Products in the Mbed IoT Platform

We bring software and cloud-based device management services together to make it simple to move data from sensor to server.

Pelion Device Management

Pelion Device Management provides flexible, secure and simple IoT device management for any device, any network and any cloud. Provision and connect a diversity of IoT end nodes, with cost-effective, secure and reliable software update ensuring long product lifetime. Apply remote updates securely, significantly increasing your device’s lifespan.

Mbed OS

IoT complexity needs to be managed in order to scale up to billions of devices. We designed Mbed OS as an open-source platform operating system, containing a core, security, and key IoT networking and communication technologies. With abstractions for target and toolchain portability, Mbed OS allows developers to focus on application code, not underlying complexity.

Mbed Enabled Hardware

With over 100 development boards, 400 components, and a growing number of production-ready modules all supporting Mbed OS, moving your application from prototype to production hardware is seamless.

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