Big News from IDF14 Shenzhen: Intel Gateway Solutions for the IoT

We live in a data-driven economy where capturing, analyzing, and utilizing data provides a significant business advantage. The Internet of Things (IoT) has generated a lot of excitement across the industrialized world for this reason, and new systems are rolling out each day designed with the IoT in mind.

But what about the vast amounts of unconnected existing infrastructure? In my last post, I talked about the importance of gateways as a tool to connect legacy systems. Today, I’m pleased to share with you the story behind the latest Intel innovation for the IoT announced this week at IDF14 Shenzhen – Intel® Gateway Solutions for the IoT. We’re so excited about this new family of platforms that we took to Skype* to get the word out on how the product came to be, how it works, who it’s for, and the benefits to the marketplace.

Intel Gateway Solutions for the IoT is all about developing applications and services for the IoT and getting products to market faster. We developed the solution on open architectures to ensure interoperability between systems, wide application development, and easier services deployment.

The result is an application-ready platform validated on industry-leading software. With the Intel Gateway Solutions for the IoT, there’s no need for an OEM to recreate the wheel by integrating an OS and security, or finding the right hardware. We’ve provided the core IoT building blocks that allow businesses to uncover key insights from their operational data that drive business efficiencies and the development of new value-added services. How will Intel gateway solutions transform your business?

Learn more about Intel Gateway Solutions for the IoT at Intel.com/Iotgateways

See the announcement from IDF Shenzhen 

Check out the Intel® Gateway Solutions Fact Sheet

Download the Intel® Gateway Solutions for the IoT Product Brief

Check out the Intel IoT Skype Video 

Adam Burns

About Adam Burns

Director of Strategic Planning and Business Development, Intelligent Solutions Division INTEL CORPORATION Adam Burns is the Director of Strategic Planning and Business Development for the Intelligent Solutions Division (ISD) at Intel and is responsible for customer and partner engagement, in addition to identifying changing use models and customer requirements driven by the Internet of Things (IoT). Prior to his current position, Adam managed the Energy and Industrial market segments for the Intelligent Systems Group and was a service business development manager in the Software and Services Group (SSG) at Intel. Adam holds a MBA from Stanford University and Computer Engineering degree from Duke University.

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