Intel has expanded Intel IoT Gateway product family to provide flexibility to developers to create and deploy innovative, cost-effective IoT solutions.
IoT solutions are provided for smart cities, smart manufacturing, smart retail, smart transportation, and smart buildings.
The latest version offers expanded choice in silicon, software and services to enable solutions to scale in performance and get to market more quickly.
The reference designs provided by Intel IoT Gateways enables seamless and secure data flow between edge devices and the cloud which simplifies the process of connecting both legacy and new systems.
Besides Intel Quark and Intel Atom processors, developers and partners can chose from new Intel core based gateways.
Company officials said the Intel IoT Gateway will come with support for Snappy Ubuntu Core, including the ability to take advantage of apps available through the Canonical Snap Store.
Additionally, Intel IoT Gateways are Microsoft based and aligned with Windows 10 IoT Core and Industry. Intel and Microsoft are working together to enable Windows 10 IoT on the existing Intel Atom based Gateways.
Intel said the new IoT Gateways also offer enhanced manageability features, including Over-the-Air OS updates and rollback, to enable remote updates and services via Wind River Helix Device Cloud.
Meanwhile, there are 22 unique Intel IoT Gateway designs available from 20 Intel partner companies across industries including industrial/energy, smart building/smart home, retail, and transportation.
Companies like Vantron, Portwell, Eurotech, AAEON, Dell and many more are already using Intel IoT Gateways.