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HP Enterprise, Intel to work together on IoT computing

20/11/2015 by

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“The alignment of Intel and Hewlett-Packard Enterprise is the latest example of a growing IoT ecosystem forming to fulfill the IoT promise”, Intel’s Internet of Things group senior vice president Doug Davis said.

Intel’s Silicon Valley rivals use mobile-friendly ARM architecture, while Intel has come up with the Intel IoT Platform, which supports building and running networks of connected things, with the intent of taking on the competition.

The products that HPE will manufacture will act as gateways to collect, process and analyze data from a vast variety of connected sensors and devices. The PC maker has announced it will work on products for computing at the edges of networks. Other vendors-including IBM, Cisco Systems, EMC, VMware and Extreme Networks-are pushing more intelligence and capabilities out to the edge in what Cisco Systems officials call “fog computing” and what others call “edge computing”. In another approach, a number of small computing systems lay close to the source of the stream, and they will reduce the data down to only the most important. The more intelligence they can glean from the data, the faster and better business decisions they can make.

Noting that IoT would be a game-changer, Minister of State for Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation Babulal Supriyo told the delegates that a lot of power could be saved by switching off street lights automatically through connected devices. As part of their collaboration, HPE will build systems based on processors from Intel’s Core i5 and Atom families. The company said it would be unveiling more information regarding its IoT strategy at next month’s HPE Discover event in London. The labs will be located in Hewlett Packard Enterprise facilities in Houston, Texas, Grenoble, France and Singapore. At the same time, HPE will offer new reference architectures that customers can use as templates for their products and software.

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