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Arkados' LinqUSP Makes it Easier to Connect to the Internet of Things

Internet of Things Device Management Platform Implemented with Tatung and STMicroelectronics Universal Development Kit

NEWARK, N.J., March 5, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Arkados Group, Inc. (OTCQB: AKDS) today announced the implementation of its proprietary LinqUSP device management platform with the Universal Developer Kit (UDK-21), a development kit for Internet of Things device connectivity, jointly released by Tatung and STMicroelectronics.    

Arkados' LinqUSP facilitates simple device provisioning, cloud-based device wellness tracking, SMS and email reporting, and application frameworks for iOS® and Android®. These features make LinqUSP a light-weight, scalable, customizable, and secure framework for connecting IoT devices that allows expert and hobbyist product developers to bring their products to market quickly and inexpensively.  In addition, LinqUSP defines the standards-based computing architecture that manufacturers can realize in their own products, resulting in efficient systems.   

Terrence DeFranco, CEO of Arkados commented, "This implementation marks another milestone in the development and commercialization of LinqUSP.  We are very excited to work with Tatung and ST on this ground-breaking development kit that we believe will enable the next generation of Internet of Things solutions and result in significant sales opportunities for Arkados. This milestone also demonstrates the versatility, scalability, and stability of LinqUSP and we look forward to many more deployments with our partners."

"Currently, the Internet of Things market is filled with disconnected, industry-specific technologies and applications. Our UDK-21 solution is designed to enable a unified platform by supporting multiple network standards, and a standard-based application-development environment.  We are confident that UDK-21 can benefit developers to bring their products to market in a cost-effective and efficient manner," states W.Y. Lin, President of Tatung.  "For example, the applications designed using UDK-21 can be easily ported to our Gateway One.  The developers can also customize the carrier boards for their own products. We believe the concept of re-useable design provided by us, and custom value-added design can be well supported by the IoT community." 

Pre-loaded with a Linux-based software development environment, UDK-21 consists of a module based on the STMicroelectronics' ST2100 system-on-a-chip (SoC) with built-in HomePlug AV/Green PHY communications, and a carrier board that features a versatile set of peripherals.  The UDK-21 uniquely supports other networking interfaces for Wi-Fi, ZigBee, Z-Wave, and GPRS/3G modem.  Quality proven and ready to go, the UDK-21 delivers ease of use, quick prototyping and access to third-party software for smart energy management, structured lighting control, electrical-vehicle charging, smart-city applications, smart-home gateways, agricultural/factory automation, and many more applications. UDK-21 can operate in a standalone mode, in a cluster with other UDK-21's, or with a backend cloud server.

About Tatung (www.tatung.com)

As the company that best represents Taiwan by media's choice, Tatung Company has three business groups covering power related business, consumer electronics, and system integration. The Company focuses particularly on the development of advanced technologies and global network of operation. Specializing in serving branded customers on a global basis, Tatung offers its customers tremendous advantages on cost, speed, and seamless backend support. With smart home solutions and smart grid applications, Tatung demonstrates its synergy on home area networking (HAN) and energy management to make it affordable and complete. Its cutting-edge new products include the PLC modules, machine-to-machine bridges, smart plug with HomePlug & ZigBee, smart meter with command & control, in-home display, surveillance camera, and addressable LED lighting speaker.

About Arkados Group, Inc.

Arkados Group, Inc. ("Arkados" or the "Company") is a leading software and hardware design company focused on developing solutions that enable machine to machine communications for the Internet of Things (IoT). Our solutions support smart grid and smart home applications primarily in the areas of home and building automation and energy management. The Company's solutions are uniquely designed to drive a wide variety of wireless and powerline communication (PLC)-based products, such as sensors, gateways, video cameras, appliances and other devices. By utilizing the Company's solutions, Arkados' customers can bring numerous sophisticated, full-featured products to market faster at a lower overall development cost.

Arkados® is a registered trademark of Arkados Group, Inc. For more information about Arkados please visit the Company's website: http://www.arkadosgroup.com

Investor Contact:

Constellation Asset Advisors, Inc. 
www.constellationaa.com 
Steffan Dalsgaard
Vice President
(775)771-5808 

SOURCE Arkados Group, Inc.

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