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IT World: What’s new in IoT: Trends for 2019

By | In the News

The fourth edition of the Internet of Things Solutions World Congress (IoTSWC), which took place in Barcelona earlier this month, signaled an increasing interest in the technology, with the number of attendees jumping by 25 percent year over year, to 16,250. The range of topics discussed shows that IoT is being embraced by companies in every sector, and that the technology has now passed from the development phase to the implementation of practical solutions whose results are increasingly evident.

Read more at IT World.

LinuxGizmos: EdgeX Foundry project releases Linux-on-Artik dev board

By | In the News

The EdgeX Foundry IoT middleware project announced nine new members including Intel, and launched an Ubuntu-driven development kit based on an octa-core Artik 710 module.

The Linux Foundation’s EdgeX Foundry project for developing open source edge computing middleware has released its first developer kit. The Ubuntu-based kit is built around an octa-core Samsung Artik 710 Starter Kit teamed with a GrovePi+ I/O board. Future kits will include an Artik 530 kit, and eventually, a Raspberry Pi/GrovePi+ combination.

Read more at LinuxGizmos.

Silicon: EdgeX Foundry, the open source platform for IoT

By | In the News

EdgeX Foundry is part of the open source projects launched by the Linux Foundation . It is a young initiative, born three years ago, but with a promising future.

As often happens with everything that happens through the Linux Foundation, the community of developers is the protagonist, whether they are large or small hardware and software manufacturers or individual contributors. And EdgeX Foundry is no exception. It already has more than 50 main contributions, among which Analog Devices , Dell EMC and Samsung stand out as Platinum members.

Read more at Silicon. (Spanish publication)

SD Times: EdgeX Foundry launches new developer kits for IoT

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EdgeX Foundry launched new EdgeX-enabled developer kits geared towards IoT edge computing at the IoT Solution World Congress in Barcelona this week. EdgeX Foundry is an open-source, vendor-neutral project designed to unify the IoT edge computing landscape. It is hosted by the Linux Foundation and designed to run on any hardware or operating system.

Read more at SD Times.

IoT Evolution World: EdgeX Foundry Grows and Expands Developer Tools, Edging Toward an Open Marketplace for Edge Computing

By | In the News

Tech giant Intel, along with Redis Labs, ZEDEDA, Windmill Enterprise, Basking Automation, Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, DATA AHEAD, CertusNet and the Federal University of Campina Grande Embedded Lab, have joined The Linux Foundation’s EdgeX Foundry, signaling a new phase of innovation including participation from global academic institutions.

Read more at IoT Evolution World.

PC Magazine: 7 Things SMBs Need to Know About Edge Computing

By | In the News

Edge computing is a growing trend in technology that lets companies process data closer to where it originates, and there’s a lot of data to process. Gartner Research projects there will be 20.4 billion connected things being used globally by 2020. In addition, Juniper Research forecasts the number of connected Internet of Things (IoT) sensors and devices to grow to more than 50 billion by 2022.

Read more at PC Magazine.

The Linux Foundation: Linux Foundation Continues Growing at More Than a Member a Day With Addition of Fifty-One Silver and Associate Members in One Month

By | In the News

The Linux Foundation, the nonprofit organization enabling mass innovation through open source, announced the addition of 47 Silver members and 4 Associate members in the month of July. Linux Foundation members help support development of the shared technology resources, while accelerating their own innovation through open source leadership and participation. Linux Foundation member contributions help provide the infrastructure and resources that enable the world’s largest open collaboration communities.

“We continue to be amazed at the consistent growth in support for the open source community from across an enormous variety of industries, with an average of more than one member joining The Linux Foundation each day in 2018,” said Jim Zemlin, executive director, The Linux Foundation. “From automotive to entertainment to finance and more, open source has become pervasive in society. These new members have made a commitment to contribute the resources and support that enables the community to build and innovate.”

In addition to joining the Foundation, many of the new members have joined Linux Foundation projects like the Academy Software Foundation, Akraino Edge Stack, Automotive Grade Linux, Cloud Native Computing Foundation, EdgeX Foundry, Hyperledger, LF Deep Learning, and LF Networking.

Read more at The Linux Foundation.

Dell Technologies: Dell Technologies Announces New IoT Solutions to Automate Powerful, Actionable Insights

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Dell Technologies’ Edge and IoT Solutions Division is announcing new solutions and bundles to simplify deployment of secure, scalable solutions for edge computing and IoT use cases. With these solutions, Dell Technologies is combining tools from its broad portfolio with technology from Intel and partners in the Dell Technologies IoT Solutions Partner Program. This will drive workloads for computer vision – enabled by imaging sensors – and machine intelligence – characterized by structured telemetry from sensors and control systems. Dell Technologies has collaborated with Intel, who has helped advance these solutions with their computer vision and analytics technologies.

Read more at Dell Technologies.