Working Together to Create Flexible, Market-Ready IoT Solutions

At this week’s 2014 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco, Internet of Things (IoT) industry leaders were on hand to share how they are working with Intel to create solutions that give developers the flexibility they need to help drive market adoption. For those of you who couldn’t attend, here are some highlights:

  • AT&T* is in discussions with Intel to enable its M2M Cloud Solutions to be preloaded on Intel® Gateway Solutions for IOT. Intel intends to actively promote AT&T’s Global SIM and network management offerings to its ODM ecosystem. AT&T and Intel have also discussed streamlining the certification process to enable ODM’s to more rapidly and economically bring products to market through Intel and AT&T channels.
  • Cisco* and Intel are bringing IoT solutions into segments such as smart buildings using Intel® architecture and Cisco’s Energywise and IP Network.
  • GE* is advancing the Industrial Internet by integrating Intel technology such as security, gateway, and embedded system components with GE’s Predix* platform for industries such as healthcare, energy, transportation and more.
  • IBM* To enable secure edge to cloud solutions Intel and IBM are collaborating to optimize IBM Bluemix, IBM Internet of Things Foundation* and Intel® Galileo and Intel® Gateway Solutions for end-to-end security and rapid time to market. In addition, the IBM Informix* database is now available for Intel® Quark™ based edge devices, and included in Intel® Quark™ SDK.

As we move forward in this exciting arena, my colleagues and I will bring you more news, insights, and conversations about how Intel is helping lead the charge in the IoT arena. Keep your eyes on this blog, on our website, and on Facebook and Twitter. In the meantime, please visit IDF14 San Francisco for more details about collaborations and projects that are top-of-mind right now.

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