Intel and L&T Partner to Develop Next-Gen IoT Applications
See how Intel is working with the software community and companies like L&T Technology Services to bring IoT-based applications to market, reducing machine downtime to maximize assets and redefining what is possible.
Gateways for the Industrial IoT Ease the Integration Pain
The potential of the Internet of Things (IoT) is huge, but the challenges can be daunting. Take the Industrial IoT, or IIoT, which can be fragmented amid interoperability issues, thereby making it difficult to demonstrate its true value. Connecting devices and systems with potentially incompatible protocols and fieldbus technologies can be daunting. The next difficult task is securing dependable transmission of collected data and functionality in harsh and demanding industrial environments. By leveraging Intel® IoT Gateway designs that include technology from McAfee and Wind River, technology partners like ADLINK Technology can address this challenge
Intel® IoT Gateway Solutions from Dell: Get Performance at the Edge
Kristen Billhardt—Dell's Marketing Director for Internet of Things—discusses the current trends and new technologies for IoT Gateways and introduces the Dell 5000 Series Gateway* based on Intel® Atom™ processors.
Intel® IoT Gateway Use Cases from Dell: Get Performance at the Edge
Dell’s Ms. Billhardt discusses the use cases for IoT Gateways, which include smart building, transportation, utilities, and industrial automation.
Gateways Drive the Success of IoT in Smart Buildings
The Internet of Things (IoT) is comprised of an array of vertical markets. One of those, the Industrial IoT (IIoT), is a fairly large vertical. As expected, the IIoT connects machines to the cloud and adds intelligence. That connection is typically handled with an IoT gateway, which can be designed using the AAEON AIOT-X1000 subcompact board. Powered by the Intel® Quark™ SoC X1000 series, the board integrates rich communication interfaces such as RS-485 and analog and digital I/Os.
New opportunities and business models for just about any vendor in the embedded Internet space are opening up thanks to the Internet of Things (IoT). One good example is the Industrial IoT (IIoT), where a bridge is formed between a host of connectors and industrial machines to the Internet. By leveraging the Intel® IoT Gateway reference design, technology partners can expand the connectivity, improve the interoperability, and shorten the time to market for developers looking to transform their IIoT business and operations. NEXCOM is one such partner, and the company is enabling realization of the IIoT-based Smart Factory, through what it calls the “IP-based factory” infrastructure.
Supermicro Brings Analytics to the Edge with IoT Gateway Solutions
Supermicro’s IoT gateway products offer complete edge-to-cloud solutions for data aggregation and analytics.
Features of a Smart Home/Smart Building provide countless opportunities for the Internet of Things (IoT). This could include energy management, occupant comfort, asset management, and security access. By leveraging the Intel® IoT Gateway reference design, which includes technology from Wind River and McAfee, technology partners can expand the connectivity, improve the interoperability, and shorten the time to market for developers looking to transform their IoT business and operations. Elitegroup Computer Systems (ECS) offers its GWS-QX gateway to connect various devices within the home/building. The gateway is equipped with custom changeable I/O ports, as well as LAN and GPIO ports to support most Smart Home/Smart Building applications.