Microsoft acquires Italian IoT platform developer Solair

At the beginning of May 2016, Microsoft announced that it had acquired Solair, an Italian internet of things (IoT) platform developer. This move does not come as a surprise – in fact, Microsoft is, if anything, behind competitors in terms of bringing more powerful IoT capabilities into its broade...

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