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Adesto® Collaborates with Microsoft to Accelerate Internet of Things Solutions

Verified Hardware and Software Enhance Interoperability and Allow Faster Time to Production

SANTA CLARA, CA – October 3, 2019 – Adesto Technologies Corporation (http://www.adestotech.com/) (NASDAQ: IOTS), a leading provider of innovative application-specific semiconductors and systems for the Internet of Things (IoT), announced it has joined Microsoft Azure Certified for IoT, ensuring customers can get solutions based on its SmartServer™ IoT up and running quickly with hardware and software that has been pre-tested and verified to work with Microsoft Azure IoT services. Microsoft Azure Certified for IoT allows businesses to reach customers where they are, working with an ecosystem of devices and platforms, allowing for faster time to production.

Adesto’s SmartServer IoT is a multi-protocol industrial edge server with an open, extensible interface that simplifies connections between new and legacy systems and the cloud. It lets customers seamlessly connect their industrial data to Microsoft Azure IoT to perform powerful analytics on that data. SmartServer IoT enables customers to overcome the challenge of integrating their existing, perfectly functional control and management systems with new sensing, analytics and predictive AI services, despite the multitude of non-interoperable communications protocols that are often involved.

“With SmartServer IoT, we are bringing to bear 30 years of industrial communications and networking expertise to dramatically simplify deployment of advanced IoT applications and reduce total cost of ownership in industrial settings,” said Apurba Pradhan, VP product marketing and management, Adesto. “SmartServer IoT enables system integrators, application developers and OEMs to maximize legacy infrastructure investments while accelerating toward Industry 4.0. Microsoft Azure Certified for IoT validates our ability to jumpstart customers’ industrial IoT implementations with pre-tested device and operating system combinations.”

“Microsoft Azure Certified for IoT extends our promise to bring IoT to business scale, starting with interoperable solutions from leading technology companies around the world,” said Jerry Lee, director of marketing for Azure Internet of Things, Microsoft Corp. “With trusted offerings and verified partners, Microsoft Azure Certified for IoT accelerates the deployment of IoT even further.”

IoT projects are complex and take a long time to implement. Customers find that choosing and connecting the right set of devices, assets or sensors to the cloud can be time-consuming. To jumpstart their IoT projects with confidence, customers are looking for certified devices and platforms that are tested for readiness, compatibility and usability with the Microsoft Azure IoT Suite. By choosing a partner from the Microsoft Azure Certified for IoT program, customers can save time and effort on project specs and RFP processes by knowing in advance what devices and offerings will work with the Azure IoT Suite.

Learn more about this collaboration at Azure Certified for IoT (https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/marketplace/certified-iot-partners/) and explore the Azure IoT Suite (http://internetofyourthings.com/) today.

Adesto will demonstrate SmartServer IoT with Azure Cloud at the Microsoft IoT in Action (https://www.iotinactionevents.com/) events including:

•       Santa Clara, California, October 10, 2019

•       Frankfurt, Germany, October 21, 2019

•       New York, New York, January 13, 2020

Learn more about SmartServer IoT at www.adestotech.com/smart-server-iot.

About Adesto Technologies Corporation
Adesto Technologies Corporation (NASDAQ:IOTS) is a leading provider of innovative application-specific semiconductors and embedded systems for the IoT. The company’s technology is used by more than 5,000 customers worldwide who are creating differentiated solutions across industrial, consumer, medical and communications markets. With its growing portfolio of high-value technologies, Adesto is helping its customers usher in the era of the Internet of Things. See: www.adestotech.com.

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Adesto, SmartServer and the Adesto logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Adesto Technologies Corporation or its subsidiaries in the United States and other countries.  Other company, product, and service names may be trademarks or service marks of others.

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