Brandon Lewis

Brandon is responsible for Embedded Computing Design’s IoT Design, Automotive Embedded Systems, Security by Design, and Industrial Embedded Systems brands, where he drives content strategy, positioning, and community engagement. He is also Embedded Computing Design’s IoT Insider columnist, and enjoys covering topics that range from development kits and tools to cyber security and technology business models. Brandon received a BA in English Literature from Arizona State University, where he graduated cum laude.

  • Combine Cloud-Native and Embedded Applications

    Combine Cloud-Native and Embedded Applications

    As critical systems connect to the enterprise, dynamic IT apps will commonly run next to deterministic software on the same device. With edge compute and virtualization, these worlds can safely...

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  • Cloud-Native Development for the IoT Edge

    Cloud-Native Development for the IoT Edge

    IoT software is going cloud-native. What does that mean for legacy embedded code? Merging these methodologies will require a combination of virtualization and containers.

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  • Crunching Enterprise Containers for Industrial IoT

    Crunching Enterprise Containers for Industrial IoT

    Containers are a staple of the enterprise. But industry? Lightweight, deterministic, safety-certifiable virtualization now bridges containers into the IIoT. Learn how from Intel® and Wind River.

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  • Digital Signage for a People-First Culture

    Digital Signage for a People-First Culture

    Digital signage empowers employees with the right information at the right time. Enterprise organizations benefit from improved engagement, productivity, and job satisfaction.

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  • Is Facial Recognition AI’s First “Killer App”?

    Is Facial Recognition AI’s First “Killer App”?

    Facial recognition that interacts with humans must offer real-time responsiveness. This means running at the edge while still providing high levels of accuracy. Enter Intel® OpenVINO™.

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  • Bundles of Engagement with Digital Signage and HTML5

    Bundles of Engagement with Digital Signage and HTML5

    Digital signage can maximize customer engagement and increase retail sales. Solution bundles accelerate creation, management, and deployment of captivating content. HTML5 takes it a step further.

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  • Software-Defined WANs Reshape Edge Networks for a 5G World

    Software-Defined WANs Reshape Edge Networks for a 5G World

    Enterprises require network infrastructure that can support mobile edge compute demands today and the 5G transition tomorrow. Enter software-defined WANs and Intel® Select Solutions for uCPE.

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  • New-Age Networks Need SD-WAN at the Edge

    New-Age Networks Need SD-WAN at the Edge

    More and different types of traffic require an infrastructure refresh at the network edge. Intel® Select Solutions for uCPE enable high-performance VNFs to meet evolving bandwidth and service demands.

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  • Deeper Learning Makes Smart City Surveillance Even Smarter

    Deeper Learning Makes Smart City Surveillance Even Smarter

    Traditional computer vision reduces cost and improves performance in DSS systems, but truly intelligent video analytics demand more. Learn how one company delivers on the promise of intelligent DSS.

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  • How SD-WAN Powers Unified Commerce

    How SD-WAN Powers Unified Commerce

    Unified commerce engages customers in many ways, signaling the need for flexible, high-capacity networks. Software-defined WANs bring data center agility to vendors going to market on multiple levels.

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  • City-Scale Edge Inference, Built in 3 Weeks

    City-Scale Edge Inference, Built in 3 Weeks

    Smart city surveillance needs more intelligence at the edge to meet cost, bandwidth, and scalability demands. Learn how one company achieved this through deep learning.

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  • Efficient Security Cuts the Cord for Battery-Powered IoT

    Efficient Security Cuts the Cord for Battery-Powered IoT

    Battery power enables mobility and flexibility for Industrial IoT, but security overhead keeps many systems on fixed power sources. Learn how trusted platform technologies let IIoT devices break free.

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  • Embedded Virtualization Powers Mixed-Criticality IoT Systems

    Embedded Virtualization Powers Mixed-Criticality IoT Systems

    Industrial IoT systems now run mixed-criticality IT and OT workloads on the same hardware. Embedded virtualization and multicore processors allow safety- and non-safety-critical apps to coexist.

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  • SD-WAN and uCPE: Introduction

    SD-WAN and uCPE: Introduction

    As enterprise WANs expand, they often need multiple carrier networks. Universal customer premises equipment can make network handoffs easier—and deliver leaps in flexibility, performance, and cost.

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  • Microservices Fix IoT Software Problems

    Microservices Fix IoT Software Problems

    IoT devices need flexible software that can connect to a variety of legacy and greenfield sensors, provide edge analytics, and communicate with diverse cloud and enterprise platforms.

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  • Bring Deterministic Data Centers to Edge Computing

    Bring Deterministic Data Centers to Edge Computing

    Industrial systems require significant intelligence close to sensors to meet real-time requirements. OPC UA and Time-Sensitive Networking are now pushing data center performance closer to the edge.

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  • How to Integrate Machine Vision into Industrial Systems

    How to Integrate Machine Vision into Industrial Systems

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  • Case Study: How to Scale Your Industrial IoT Project

    Case Study: How to Scale Your Industrial IoT Project

    Industrial IoT deployments often include diverse devices distributed across broad geographic areas, some of which are mobile with inconsistent Internet access.

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  • 3 Digital Signage Standards: Which is Best?

    3 Digital Signage Standards: Which is Best?

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  • Deeper, Faster Learning with FPGA Co-Processors

    Deeper, Faster Learning with FPGA Co-Processors

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