Posted On: May 15, 2020
Semiconductor manufacturers like Espressif can now use AWS IoT Core Multi-Account Registration to pre-configure silicon components like secure elements with X.509 certificates and private keys, ensuring devices built using these components are pre-qualified to connect to AWS IoT by default. AWS IoT customers can then use these qualified devices together with AWS IoT Multi-Account Registration to simplify device registration and easily move devices between multiple AWS accounts in the same Region.
The ESP32-WROOM-32SE module, based on ESP32 host MCU and Microchip’s ATECC608A secure element, is now qualified for use with FreeRTOS and AWS IoT Core Multi-Account Registration. For details on how to use Espressif’s ESP32-WROOM-32SE together with AWS IoT Core Multi-Account Registration, see the AWS Partner Device Catalog listing.