Another time to update your #Azure Sphere devices, and here’s the 19.02 Release Notes from the Azure Sphere Team at Microsoft.

In our second quarterly release after public preview, our focus is on broader enablement of device capabilities, reducing your time to market with new reference solutions, and continuing to prioritize features based on feedback from organizations building with Azure Sphere.

Update to 19.02 Release 

All Wi-Fi connected devices that were previously updated to the 18.11 release will automatically receive the 19.02 Azure Sphere OS release. As a reminder, if your device is still running a release older than 18.11, it will be unable to authenticate to an Azure IoT Hub via DPS or receive over-the-air (OTA) updates. Please refer to the Release Notes for more information.

New Features 

Our 19.02 release focuses on broadening what customers can accomplish with MT3620 solutions.  With this release, customers will be able to use new peripheral classes (I2C, SPI) from the A7 core.  We continue to build on the private Ethernet functionality by adding new platform support for critical networking services (DHCP and SNTP) that enable a set of gateway scenarios.  Additionally, by leveraging our new reference solutions and hardware modules, partners can now bring the security of Azure Sphere to products even faster than before. Please see the Azure Sphere Blog post for more details. 

If you have any questions about this update, please post them on Azure Sphere MSDN forum.

Thank you, 
Azure Sphere Team

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