Monthly Archives: October 2016

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Smarter Cities and Cleaner Air: A Quick Guide to Intel IoT Environmental Monitoring Solutions at IOTSWC

IoT represents a tremendous opportunity to shape the future and improve every life on this planet. I have spent close to two decades in Embedded, Mobile and IoT. What is clearly different about the current wave is the understanding that … Read more >

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Intel to Reveal Breakthrough in Smart and Connected Technology at IoT Solutions World Congress

Next week at IoT Solutions World Congress (October 25-27) in Barcelona, the leading global event for industrial IoT, Intel will be unveiling IoT solutions designed to support the next wave of innovation, helping connected entities become more responsive, efficient, and … Read more >

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Home Gateways Creating Transformative Change

I’m excited when I see the tremendous potential for faster broadband and smarter networks to deliver exceptional entertainment experiences in connected homes. At the International Broadcasting Convention (IBC) 2016 in Amsterdam last month, Intel technologies, together with a robust ecosystem … Read more >

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Innovative IoT Technologies Unlock Value in Supply Chain Management

I am pleased to share my thoughts here on the IoT@Intel blog for the first time. In my position as GM for industrial solutions in the Intel Internet of Things Group (IOTG) I speak and listen to everyone from equipment … Read more >

Addressing IoT for Smart Buildings

I am thrilled to write my first blog for IoT@Intel!  I receive a lot of questions about smart buildings, what constitutes Internet of Things (IoT) for smart buildings, and what Intel is doing in this space. IoT for smart buildings is … Read more >