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Terri Blake

Terri Blake

Marketing Specialist, Internet of Things (IoT) Group
INTEL CORPORATION

Terri has been with Intel for 15 years, and is a Marketing Specialist for the Intel Internet of Things Group (IOTG). She has a diverse background with extensive experience in the technical environment, ranging from communications and marketing to social media. Learn more about her professional background on LinkedIn. Join in the conversation by following Twitter: @Terri_Blake and @Inteliot and of course friend us on Facebook! We hope to engage you for your point-of-view on technology and the future of the Internet of Things.
RECENT BLOG POSTS

OIC Creating IoT Standards and Open Source Project to Drive Development

Here’s something that might surprise you: Many people assume that the connectivity challenges for the Internet of Things have already been solved. In fact, many obstacles remain, which is why Intel has teamed with Samsung, Atmel, Broadcom, Dell, and Wind … Read more >

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Securing IoT in Industry: Air, Clouds, and Factories = Transformation

As Internet of Things implementations continue to move into the industrial and manufacturing arena, it’s now more necessary than ever to understand and solve security challenges. In her guest post below, Lorie Wigle, Vice President, General Manager IOT Security Solutions, … Read more >

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IoT Makes Signage, Cars, Factories, and Buildings Smarter: “Mash-Up” Blog Post #2

The Internet of Things (IoT) is allowing everyone to dream bigger. While we are standing on the brink of some truly amazing technologies, such as self-driving cars, others are already a reality, including intelligent signage, smart factories, and smart buildings. … Read more >

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