The Zerynth Blog

Fiber optic trunk lines traverse ocean floors to attach to Internet Exchange points that connect to ISP core routers sprinkled across every continent. From there, cables and antennas branch out to connect phones and computers so that people can share memes, trade stocks and find lovers.

The inventions that made the internet as we know it are too numerous to list. But perhaps the most impactful was the one from 1989. Tim Berners-Lee realized that the internet is only as useful as the things we put on it, and came up with the concept of hypertext.

Today we work to expand that vision to its logical conclusion and give an IP address to any conceivable thing that needs one. And so as text turned into hypertext, things turn into Hyperthings. On this Internet of Things blog we keep track of that development.

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  • Zen and Zerynth - art of embedded debugging

By |May 26th, 2020|Zerynth Continuous Learning|

We're happy to let you know that we'll be holding our second Zerynth Continuous Learning webinar on Thursday, May 28th, at 4 pm. The title of this exciting educational presentation is "Zen and the Art of Embedded Debugging". Sounds interesting, doesn't it?

  • Close To Me Zerynth project

By |May 21st, 2020|News|

We're proud to let you know that we have been a part of an IoT project, called Close To Me, that can help the fight against COVID-19. We teamed up with the University of Pisa, and a couple of other companies and startups to make a smart wearable device that measures the distance between people and determines what is safe.

  • r2.5.2. Zerynth

By |May 19th, 2020|Releases and Updates|

We're happy to announce that Zerynth version r2.5.2 is out with 2 new devices and numerous improvements. Read the full post to see what you can expect from this new update.

  • Things on Internet

By |May 18th, 2020|IoT Insights|

It’s good to always remember one thing — the Internet is a medium made by humans, built for a specific purpose: communication.

By |May 14th, 2020|News|

We're happy to let you know, that two of our interns just finished and published their thesis at the University of Pisa, using Zerynth tools.

  • Zerynth and Visual Studio Code tutorial

By |May 13th, 2020|News|

You'll be glad to know that we've just published a new step by step guide for enabling Zerynth programming in Visual Studio Code for developing Internet of Things applications.

  • Zerynth Live Support #4 overview

By |May 12th, 2020|News|

Last week we held our fourth Zerynth Live Support session on YouTube. It was another great opportunity for everyone to learn about IoT development from the Zerynth experts, and to see questions from the Forum answered live.

  • Indoor people tracking

By |May 12th, 2020|IoT Insights|

A framework for indoor people tracking - aims at analyzing the social behavior of people in business buildings and shared workspaces.

By |May 7th, 2020|News|

FOTA (Firmware Over The Air) updates are a particular category of jobs that are available by default in the ZDM device library for Zerynth OS. 

By |May 6th, 2020|News|

Luigi F. Cerfeda, our Head of Sales, was just interviewed by Tecnologia&Innovazione one of Italy's top tech magazines, where he talked about solving problems in the industry 4.0, and how Zerynth works out problems related to the collection of data from machines and industrial environments.