06. July 2016 · Comments Off on Intel’s internal IoT platform for real-time enterprise analytics · Categories: News · Tags: , , , ,

Recent years have seen a significant evolution of the Internet of Things (IoT). It has become increasingly easy to connect devices to the Internet and send sensorial data to the public cloud. However, it’s quite evident that the adoption of IoT platforms and stream analytics within the enterprise is lagging and less prevalent. This could be associated with lack of skills required to deploy a platform and the difficulty to demonstrate value of such platforms through real-life use cases.

Source: Intel’s internal IoT platform for real-time enterprise analytics – O’Reilly Media

29. December 2015 · Comments Off on Intel ranks top firm with IoT competitiveness · Categories: News · Tags: , , , ,

U.S.-based Intel Corp. was named the most influential firm in the Internet of Things (IoT) segment, data showed Friday, based on how often the company is mentioned on websites and social media with related keywords.According to the data compiled by IoT Analytics, U.S.-based tech companies took the top spots in the report, with Intel followed by IBM, Microsoft Corp., Google Inc. and Cisco Systems Inc. over the third and fourth quarters of 2015.

Source: Intel ranks top firm with IoT competitiveness

17. November 2015 · Comments Off on Intel develops ‘Smart Tiny House’, an IoT living lab · Categories: News · Tags: , , ,

Tiny homes are all the rage, at least in certain parts of the country, hailed as a way to minimize one’s impact on the planet, keep personal costs low, and utilize resources more efficiently. Tiny houses are also often viewed as a sacrifice, requiring one to give up many modern-day conveniences and necessities. Intel disagrees, and has built it own tiny house, packing it full of the latest and greatest smart technology to showcase what is possible.The tiny house is located in San Francisco, and is a joint effort between Intel, Kyle Schuneman and Minim Homes. It is a mere 210-square feet, less than half the size of what is commonly considered a small one-bedroom apartment, but it can do far more than the average American home. It is, in the best definition of the word, a ‘smart’ home.

Source: Intel develops ‘Smart Tiny House’, an IoT living lab – SlashGear

13. November 2015 · Comments Off on Intel wants you to feel safe in your ‘smart’ home · Categories: News · Tags: , , , ,

In decades to come, homes will get considerably “smarter,” with control of more of today’s common functions being outsourced to the Internet and often managed remotely — the promise of the so-called Internet of Things.But, like almost everything in today’s hyperconnected world, there will be trade-offs — the biggest one the potential threat from hackers and other malicious actors.”If the Internet of Things (IoT) were being built without security in mind, literally billions of lives in the future would be at risk and literally, billions and billions, trillions and trillions of dollars,” said IDC Research vice president Shane Rau. “Security has to be in it from the start, otherwise the stories we hear about Target being broken into and credit cards being stolen will get more fundamental.”

Source: Intel wants you to feel safe in your ‘smart’ home

03. November 2015 · Comments Off on Intel, Verizon, Dell And The Connected Cow · Categories: News · Tags: , , , ,

Intel (NASDAQ:INTC) has been working on developing IP and products for the IoT (Internet of Things) for many years with the idea that they do not want to miss this next huge growth area which companies like DHL and Cisco (NASDAQ:CSCO) have estimated to be 50 billion things by 2020. These companies estimate that IoT will deliver a $1.9 trillion boost to supply chain and logistics operations. While Intel will sell chips to go into Things, their biggest financial benefit will come from sales of processors for gateway devices to collect data at the edge and data centers needed to store/process/analyze the data from 50 billion Things so that personal computing devices can connect humans to the useful Big Data analytics. (Note that the chips in Things, onsite gateways and onsite processor chips are part of the Intel IoTG while the processors in data centers are part of the Intel DCG.)

Source: Intel, Verizon, Dell And The Connected Cow – Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) | Seeking Alpha