Alibaba and Intel Corp. this week have announced a new initiative to bring an artificial intelligence-based "open" platform for edge computing designed for Internet of Things (IoT) projects.
According to a recent study, the worldwide market around 5G services will reach $53.9 billion in 2020 and $123.2 billion by 2026, thanks in part to the growth of IoT.
Litmus Automation has announced an update to its flagship release LoopEdge, which it calls "the first edge computing platform for industrial IoT [IIoT]."
In the partnership, Jabil will build the embedded apps based on Tibco's Project Flogo, an open-source project designed for IoT.
Dell EMC recently announced PowerEdge MX, new hardware designed to support artificial intelligence, machine learning and Internet of Things workloads.
Google recently announced a new application-specific integrated circuit designed for AI and IoT processing taking place "on the edge."
This week Amazon announced the release of AWS IoT Device Defender, a new tool designed to help enterprises secure Internet of Things devices.
Microsoft's cloud-based solution for intelligent, distributed Internet of Things (IoT) devices, Azure IoT Edge, is now available via the open source code repository GitHub.
Two new projects from the Eclipse and Linux foundations are aimed at IoT developers.
A recently released Gartner report states that security spending for IoT devices will reach $1.5 billion by the end of 2018, and total $3.1 billion by 2021.