Monthly Archives: February 2019


On the Azure IoT Central team, we are constantly talking with our customers to understand how we can continue to provide more value. One of our top pieces of product feedback has been for a clearer device modeling experience that separates the device instance from the device template. Previously, viewing the device […]

New device modeling experience in Azure IoT Central



Developers can now access the latest Cognitive Services Speech SDK which now supports: Selection of the input microphone through the AudioConfig class Expanded support for Debian 9 Unity in C# (beta) Additional sample code Read the updated Speech Services documentation to get started today. What’s new The Speech SDK supports […]

Cognitive Services Speech SDK 1.3 – February update







This blog post is co-authored by Emmanuel Bertrand, Senior Program Manager, Azure IoT. We recently announced Azure Cognitive Services in containers for Computer Vision, Face, Text Analytics, and Language Understanding. You can read more about Azure Cognitive Services containers in this blog, “Brining AI to the edge.” Today, we are […]

Running Cognitive Services on Azure IoT Edge





This blog post was co-authored by David Armour, Principal Program Manager, Azure Stack. Start with what you already have Every organization has a unique journey to the cloud. This journey is based on the organization’s history, business specifics, culture, and maybe most importantly, their starting point. While it can be […]

Azure Stack laaS – part two