3 Replies Latest reply on Apr 3, 2014 2:55 PM by jorgeiniguez

    Intel Galileo Board

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      Where is the Intel Galileo board positioned: as an edge device board (to which sensors and actuators are connected) or as an (IoT) (data)gateway board (data gathering of the different edge devices, data conversion, communication: Zigbee, Wifi, Bluetooth, communication with the Cloud)? I'm namely looking for a board to develop the functionalities for an IoT gateway. In case it's not meant for developing gateway solutions, what would be a suitable board?



        • Re: Intel Galileo Board
          Brown Belt

          Hi GuyD,


          Welcome to community! The Intel Galileo board is the reference board of the Intel® Quark SoC.

          The Intel® Quark SoC is provided with a software suite of interoperable security, manageability and connectivity features, allowing true scalability in performance and features. With its security and manageability features, this Intel® Quark SoC is ideally suited for the Internet of Things (IoT) and for the next wave of cost-effective intelligent connected devices. For further information about it please access the following link: https://communities.intel.com/community/makers/documentation