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Hi,

 

I want to download BitCloud SDK, but I'm unable to find it on Atmel Site. Could you please provide me same, Thanks.

Last Edited: Wed. Sep 14, 2016 - 08:45 PM
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I noticed that too today.  There's discussion at this link: https://www.avrfreaks.net/forum/g...

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Thanks for the information about the discussion.

 

But there also no one knows about why the link was removed and if there is any other link for Bitcloud.

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Bitcloud is still unavailable for download. Any news on if or when it will be available? I have Bitcloud 3.3.0, but it has some bugs that I hope version 4.0 will fix. I noticed that "AVR2050: BitCloud Developer Guide" (version 8199L, dated 08/2016) is available and documents Bitcloud SDK 4.0 Architecture. But you can't download the actual Bitcloud SDK 4.0.

Last Edited: Wed. Nov 30, 2016 - 01:24 PM
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Can anyone please post the latest available unmodified bitcloud SDK for samr21? 

thank you in advance

Last Edited: Sat. Dec 3, 2016 - 01:57 AM
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I contacted Atmel support. They told me the Bitcloud SDK is no longer available for download from the Atmel website. To get Bitcloud, you have to contact Atmel's local sales office, fill out a NSCAR (Non-Standard Customer Action Request) form, and submit it.

 

I haven't done this yet. I contacted my local sales office and I'm waiting for them to return my call.

 

Last Edited: Tue. Dec 6, 2016 - 08:11 PM
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Can someone who already have it upload it somewhere ?

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Atmel told me I needed a $500K commit before I could get the Bitcloud SDK. 
 

Russ

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Hi all,

sorry for digging this up. But could anyone please provide me with a version of the bitcloud stack?
Up to now I was quite happy with Atmel providing tons of useful software for free simply after registering. Policy seems to have changed, though. While I hate the idea of switching to another company, TI providing the entire stack for free made me consider that...

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Surely, the conclusion of the foregoing discussion is that it is no longer available.

 

See also: https://community.atmel.com/foru...

 

 

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Hi.

Bitcloud information available @ http://www.microchip.com/design-...

To learn / get BitCloud Software Development Kit for zigbee contact your local Microchip Sales Representative , not available for free download as of today.

Yogesh Bellan

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yogesh.bellan wrote:
not available for free (sic) download as of today.

Is that "free" as in beer, or "free" as in speech?

 

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Please contact Microchip local sales / support , there is a commitment/business case involved to get the BitCloud SDK.

Yogesh Bellan

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Hello, I contacted with my local sales for Microchip/Atmel.
2 months waiting, asking frequently, they said petition was going towards upper Atmel instances.... (and my local sales reprensetatives are reliable 100%, many years working with they to ensure that).

I need the SDK 4.x, please can someone tell me how to get?
thanks

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Having hijacked this old thread, have you actually read the preceding posts?

 

It seems pretty obvious that this is no longer available.

 

What, specifically, do you want from this that is not available from any of the other, currently-supported offerings?

 

 

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Hello,

I would like to know if anyone were able to get it, after goes not freely downloadable, through contacting local sales representative.
Or if there is another method of get it, I relly need it.

I just want latest versión of the SDK, 4.0 says documentation, for my project wich it's somehow like WSNDemo funtionality (with some particular additions).

Thank you

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Surely, the conclusion from the posts here, and in the several similar threads, and your experience, tell us that it is not available at all any more

 

But, again, why do you specifically need this?

 

There are many other WSN demos available ...

 

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awneil wrote:

Surely, the conclusion from the posts here, and in the several similar threads, and your experience, tell us that it is not available at all any more

 

But, again, why do you specifically need this?

 

There are many other WSN demos available ...

 

I need mesh network with OTAU capability, Bitcloud seems perfect for it.
All my endpoints will must send data every second, three values, to the coordinator and from there (or from a device setup as router) to a cloud.
I'm using the ATSAMR21G18-MR210UA module.

Thanks for your answer.