Leveraging Linux for Energy Smarts, Reducing Risk with IoT Standards
- Networks & Connectivity - Gateways
If the embedded developer is using an Intel Quark or the next generation smaller class product to power an IoT device, one of the biggest problems they face today is which IoT communication protocol to adopt. Dozens of new wired and wireless schema are competing to own the network, data and physical layers. Several consortia have emerged to describe new reference architectures for communicating between IoT devices and clouds. And there are many solid legacy protocols with strong track records. From the developer’s perspective, it may feel like the risk is so high of choosing the wrong protocol that it might as well be a no-fly zone.
About The Customer
CANDI and Intel join together and develop a solution that would minimize that risk, reduce that fear of incompatibility for IoT product managers and developers. With Intel BMP [Intel Building Management Platform], they enable non-WAN-connected embedded IoT devices to securely connect via on-site gateways to cloud services with high quality data, and to integrate communications with other on-site devices, regardless of protocol differences.
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