Intel® Xeon® processors make distributed-intelligence possible. Since components are connected, redistributing stored energy is more efficient.
Solution Brief covers Intel and Ericsson reference design features for standards-based technologies for machine-to-machine platforms.
Discusses how Intel® M2M Reference Design, based on the Intel® Atom™ processor and the Ericsson F5521GW* mobile broadband module, provides a platform that reduces development time and cost.
App Note: Shows how to build CentOS* on an Intel® Atom™ processor-based platform for Arch Rock Gateway Server* software installation.
Suggested design approach for an Intel® Atom™ processor-based open control platform provides the benefits of IA-32 open architectures while meeting the power and cost of industrial factory automation control level designs.
Video: Intel® IoT Gateways tutorial on how to install and set up the Wind River IDP and build an OS image. (v.1.2.13, May 2014)
Video: Intel® IoT Gateways tutorial on Wind River* IDP with McAfee* Embedded Control (MEC) security features. (v.2.2.11, Jun. 2014)
Video: Discusses market sectors and segments in entry-level, edge applications, and selection criteria for using the Intel® Quark™ SoC. (Oct. 2014)
Video: Tanya Pelletier, an Intel® Quark™ SoC Market Development Manager, discusses the SoC’s market sectors and segment opportunities in entry-level, edge applications, and the selection criteria for using the Intel® Quark™ SoC. (Oct. 2014)Full View >
Video: Intelligent factories use Intel® IoT Gateways and Intel® Quark™ SoC to solve security and legacy infrastructure key challenges. (Oct. 2014)
Video: Describes the intelligent factory and the key benefits of using the Intel® Quark™ SoC X1000 in automated industrial systems. (Oct. 2014)Full View >
White Paper: Collect, cache, and distribute high volume data coming from Intel® IoT Gateways with Amazon Kinesis. (v.2, Nov. 2014)
White Paper: Amazon* Kinesis* enables companies to collect, cache, and distribute high-throughput, low-latency machine data coming from Intel® IoT Gateways for real-time processing. (v.2, Nov. 2014)