Telit Thursday said it has collaborated with IntelR on a joint-architecture for multiple Intel IoT developer platforms for the Industrial Internet of Things. The commercially available Intel IoT platform consists of end-to-end reference architectures and products with Telit deviceWISE edge-intelligence technology, which includes extensive device driver libraries and built-in Cloud-readiness – giving companies an instant onramp to the Industrial IoT.
The collaboration between Telit and Intel provides far-reaching benefits for remote machine monitoring and control, production diagnostics and predictive maintenance across all markets and industries worldwide. Businesses deploying Intel IoT Platform Technology solutions can quickly establish and future-proof their IoT strategy, connect legacy and new systems, help data flow securely between edge devices and the cloud, and save money for years to come. With support for multiple operating systems and processor performance levels, solutions based on Intel IoT Gateway Technology with deviceWISE are scalable and able to meet needs for a broad range of applications.
“Earlier this year, Telit announced the formation of its Industrial IoT business unit and our collaboration with Intel has created a new way for companies to on board to the Internet of Things,” commented Fred Yentz, CEO, Telit IoT Platforms.
“Intel has adopted the widely-deployed deviceWISE platform architecture for its superior edge intelligence, cloud-ready connectivity and seamless integration into enterprise systems,” he added.
“The ecosystem is critical to the Intel IoT strategy,” said Doug Davis, senior vice president of Internet of Things Group at Intel. “Collaborations with companies like Telit enable Intel to provide key IoT building blocks for our customers to easily scale and drive growth for their IoT solutions.”
Intel and Telit jointly published a product brief “A Faster, Simpler Way to Turn Edge Data into a Business Asset,” illustrating how deviceWISE can turn any Intel IoT development platform into an onramp for the industrial Internet of Things by leveraging these powerful advantages.