Interoperability is crucial to embedded devices. To a developer, software compatibility can greatly reduce development time and enable greater code re-use across a scalable range of platforms. From the end-user perspective, interoperability is key to devices working together. Here are links to the top community posts on the topic:
Find out why Intel® processor-based commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) hardware is being deployed everywhere from handheld devices to high-performance computing centers and how to take advantage of this trend.
Article: A Turnkey Solution for Smart Signage
The Intelligent Pluggable System Specification (IPSS) combines 4K graphics, interactivity, content management, analytics, and device management in a turnkey package. Learn how it simplifies digital signage design.
Facing ever tightening budgets, armed forces worldwide are still need advanced technology to fulfill their missions. Learn how engineers can optimize their development processes – including the use of COTs hardware and software.
The Internet of Things (IoT) can save businesses trillions of dollars each year, creating a vast new market for embedded technology. Learn how to unlock this potential with solutions that scale from the edge to the cloud, across legacy and new equipment.
The Internet of Things (IoT) promises a future where everything is online. But today, a lack of standards makes it difficult to connect. Learn from industry experts how developers can solve this problem.
Learn about the initiative that the U.S. military is adopting to consolidate and standardize interfaces between the various systems deployed in ground vehicles for communications, navigation, fire control, and other functions.
Learn about a simple IoT gateway designed to handle a wide range of connectivity protocols for analog and digital data is enabling a wide range of industries to connect devices to the Internet to start taking advantage of all the valuable data buried in their equipment.
Learn how the Future Airborne Capability Environment (FACE) standard defines a common computing architecture supporting portable, capability-specific software applications across U.S. DoD avionics systems.
The digital signage market is booming, but fragmentation makes it hard for new players to take advantage of the opportunity. Read about two new standards that can help developers quickly evaluate, develop, and deploy cutting-edge signage solutions.
Learn about a modular design approach to digital signage based on the Intel® Open Pluggable Specification (OPS) that enables plug-and-play interoperability between processor platforms, HD displays, and other system elements.
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J. Felix McNulty
Intel® Embedded Community