Welcome to the IoT@Intel blog. This site features blog posts and interviews with Intel technologists who are making embedded solutions smarter through advanced performance, connectivity, security, and manageability. More than 50 billion devices will be connected to the Internet by 2020, what is frequently called Internet of Things (IoT). One-third of these connected devices will be intelligent systems – securely managed machines that autonomously connect to the Internet, execute native or cloud-based applications and analyze the data collected. This blog allows you the opportunity to engage with experts and learn what you need to know for developing solutions and business models for intelligent systems. To foster a meaningful and constructive discussion, we follow these guiding principles:
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