IoT / M2M

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Insights from Cloud Expo NYC

Insights from Cloud Expo NYC

By Tony Crupi I recently had the pleasure to attend and present at the Cloud Computing Expo in New York City. The event was co-located with the DevOps and IoT events, and many of the attendees had an IT (Information Technology) background, whereas my background resides in the OT (Operational Technology) realm.  Despite the differences between IT and OT, many of…
My OPAF Experience: Not All Standards are Created Equally

My OPAF Experience: Not All Standards are Created Equally

By Ron Breault For the past nine months I've been working as a member of an experienced, diverse team creating a new technical standard for use within industrial process automation.  The activity has been managed under the careful guidance of The Open Group, and the effort is taking place in the Open Process Automation Forum, abbreviated as “OPAF.”   I’ve been…
Edge Computing and How it Will Impact the Enterprise

Edge Computing and How it Will Impact the Enterprise

Article first published in Intelligent CIO on 11/13/18 By Emeka Nwafor The “edge-computing” qualifier has been coopted by different market segments to characterize use cases that are as varied as the equipment and compute infrastructure at the edge of a cellular network (e.g. mobile edge computing), or the on-premise monitoring and control systems that power manufacturing environments. Wind River characterizes edge…
Digital Transformation: A Catalyst for Changing the Embedded Development Paradigm

Digital Transformation: A Catalyst for Changing the Embedded Development Paradigm

Article first published on SD Times on 10/29/18 By Gareth Noyes (@GarethNoyesWR) The Internet of Things is dead. Or so declared one of my colleagues recently. While I could dismiss the comment as flippant, it does point to an underlying cynicism of technology that has been nicely captured by Gartner’s eponymous Hype Cycle. As technologists we often focus on cool…
The Critical Infrastructure Challenge: Developing and Supporting Software for the Long Term

The Critical Infrastructure Challenge: Developing and Supporting Software for the Long Term

By Gareth Noyes Software content is increasing in every realm of technology, and has been the catalyst for the explosive growth of entirely new market sectors. The development and deployment of software at scale has matured significantly over the last decade in enterprise- and cloud-IT applications. This has been enabled, among other factors, by: Uniformity of computing infrastructure (think of…
Edge Computing Enabling the Future

Edge Computing Enabling the Future

By guest contributor Fredrik Sande, Marketing Manager, Raima Most tech discussions today arrive at the same conclusion: the future of big data is edge computing. While discussions around edge computing are not necessarily new, the growth of the Internet of Things (IoT) has clarified how critical establishing the right presence at the edge can be. Market demands are increasing at…
Secure by Design

Secure by Design

By guest contributor Mark Hermeling, Senior Director of Product Marketing, GrammaTech So, your company has challenged you to design the next generation of embedded device. This is an IoT device for the next great idea that the C-suite is ‘betting the company on’. Only the best counts. This is a defining moment in your career! So you set down to grab the best…
The Easy Way to Implement Network Virtualization

The Easy Way to Implement Network Virtualization

By Jeff Gowan Once critical infrastructure operators decide to virtualize network functions and applications, getting started can seem daunting even for the most advanced IT teams. If the project overruns the budget or schedule, anticipated cost savings and efficiency gains can dwindle and undermine the original business case for virtualization. But implementing network virtualization doesn’t have to be so difficult.…
Driving an Open Edge Computing Infrastructure Through Wind River Titanium Cloud Contributions

Driving an Open Edge Computing Infrastructure Through Wind River Titanium Cloud Contributions

By Jim Douglas and Imad Sousou Intel and Wind River previously announced our intent to open source components from the Wind River® Titanium Cloud portfolio. Today we are pleased to deliver on that commitment with code being upstreamed in a new open source project called StarlingX, hosted by the OpenStack Foundation. Wind River Titanium Cloud was built on open source components,…
Is IoT the Next Standards Battleground?

Is IoT the Next Standards Battleground?

By Tom Gibbings In my previous blog about future proofing an IoT deployment, I discussed the top 3 takeaways from our discussions at the Industry of Things event in San Diego. Coming in the #2 spot was the concept of protocols. Here is a key takeaway from the discussion: Even with the latest progress in IoT protocols, industry participants continue…