Announced almost two years ago, Microsoft’s secure new Linux-based Internet of Things (IoT) platform is finally available.
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"You're an intelligent edge! YOU'RE an intelligent edge. YOU'RE an intelligent edge too!!" Or whatever. I don't watch Oprah.
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