Intel wants to develop internet-of-things-applications easier




Intel has announced its IoT platform. With the new platform, the chip maker claims to be the making of internet-of-things-hardware, usually small devices that are connected to the Internet, and to facilitate the associated software.

Intel logo (60 pix) Intel IoT platform should serve as a reference model that can be used for future Internet-of-Things- products such as compact gadgets that connect to the Internet but also “smart” sensors and automation products. Companies thus get a ready-made blueprint on which to base their internet-of-things-offering. Intel will be existing APIs, management tools and related technology under the IoT Platform umbrella drop and adds new ones there. Also wants to enter the chip manufacturer partnerships with other companies working in this sector.

Intel will include an update of its IoT Gateways: gateway systems with Atom or Quark socs providing the connection of the sensors and controllers of devices with the cloud infrastructure. The IoT Gateways get integration of Wind River’s Edge software designed to manage internet-of-things-applications. McAfee, a subsidiary of Intel, comes with Enhanced Security for Intel IoT Gateways, a security platform, while the chipmaker also be enhanced identity privacy technology will bring to the husband.

There are performance improvements, cheaper memory capabilities and more options in the field of communication came to Gateways according to Intel. This year, seven manufacturers own versions of the IoT Gateways have been released and early 2015, followed by another 13 manufacturers. Additionally, Intel has announced a partnership with include Accenture, Capgemini, HCL, Dell, NTT DATA, SAP, Tata Consultancy and Wipro. Intel promises the coming months to announce more products and services.

Intel wants his new IoT platform early response to the rapidly growing market for internet-of-things-applications and the hardware, and so do not miss the boat and lose market share to ARM. According to the chip manufacturer, which is still trying to conquer market share in the mobile market, only partnerships with several companies to provide hardware and software needed for the widespread deployment of internet-of-things-applications.


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