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  Technology   In Other news  27 Nov 2019  Amazon brings Alexa to low-powered IoT devices

Amazon brings Alexa to low-powered IoT devices

ANI
Published : Nov 27, 2019, 9:32 am IST
Updated : Nov 27, 2019, 9:32 am IST

Now, they can integrate Alexa into devices which are elementary level with low-powered chips and 1MB of RAM

This essentially means users will see more devices such as light bulbs, switches, and single-purpose devices which are low-specced but with built-in Alexa support. (Representational image/ Photo: AFP)
 This essentially means users will see more devices such as light bulbs, switches, and single-purpose devices which are low-specced but with built-in Alexa support. (Representational image/ Photo: AFP)

Amazon's subsidiary Amazon Web Services (AWS) today announced that its voice-powered Alexa service will now be available for even low-powered IoT devices.

Until now, manufacturers had to build devices with at least 100MB of RAM and ARM Cortex A-class processor. Now, they can integrate Alexa into devices which are elementary level with low-powered chips and 1MB of RAM, TechCrunch reports.

This essentially means users will see more devices such as light bulbs, switches, and single-purpose devices which are low-specced but with built-in Alexa support.

Tags: amazon, alexa, iot