Intel exhibits off its personal ‘Web of Issues’ platform

Intel shows off its own 'Internet of Things' platform

It would not be a stretch to say that Intel is a bit obsessive about the Web of Issues (IoT). Related devices have been throughout Intel’s sales space on the final CES, and it is one of many quickest rising parts of the corporate’s enterprise. The chip big additionally kicked off an IoT consortium along with Samsung, Dell, and others earlier this yr. Now, Intel is taking one other main step on this area with the launch of its IoT Platform, which it says will assist corporations to extra simply check, deploy, and safe sensible units. Every thing the corporate is doing is a direct response to Qualcomm, which stole the cellular chip market from Intel and is already properly-poised to tackle IoT with the AllSeen Alliance and AllJoyn commonplace, each of which goal to unify the fractured IoT market. However it appears Intel has discovered the risks of being late to a probably profitable new market (even when it did so the exhausting method).

It is already partnered with Dell, Accenture, and others round this new platform, and you may guess that it will work onerous to attain extra offers. The corporate additionally debuted a number of new IoT software program and hardware choices that ought to make life easier for its companions. Sure, Intel’s strategy will butt heads with Qualcomm, however hopefully their competitors will result in some really helpful related units. A sensible child onesie is not going to chop it anymore.

Intel shows off its own 'Internet of Things' platform

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