Intel rolls out new IoT platform

Intel is doing its part to advance the Internet of Things (IoT), unveiling a new Intel IoT Platform designed to serve as an end-to-end reference model to unify and simplify connectivity and security for the IoT. Besides introducing integrated hardware and software products based on the new platform, it announced new relationships with an expanded ecosystem of system integrators, which Intel promises "to move IoT from infancy to mass deployment." FierceWirelessTech's Monica Alleven has a complete rundown here.

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