Kenton Williston

Kenton Williston is the Editor-in-Chief of insight.tech and served as the editor of its predecessor publication, the Embedded Innovator magazine. Kenton received his B.S. in Electrical Engineering in 2000 and has been writing about embedded computing and IoT ever since.

  • Sneak Peak – AWS re:Invent 2018

    Sneak Peak – AWS re:Invent 2018

    AWS re:Invent 2018 is here. Find out how Intel, AWS, and their partners are advancing AI and machine learning at the show.

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  • 5 Things to See at IoTSWC

    5 Things to See at IoTSWC

    Heading to the IoT Solutions World Congress (IoTSWC) in Barcelona? Here are our top picks for things to see and do.

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  • 5 Reasons to Join IoT DevFest

    5 Reasons to Join IoT DevFest

    Want to get the latest IoT training without leaving your desk? You’re in luck! The online Intel® Global IoT DevFest kicks off next week with two fu...

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  • Congatec Interview: Moving Servers to the Edge

    Congatec explains how it is using the latest Intel processors to create highly ruggedized yet highly capable servers that can reside on a factory floor, in a medical setting, or other locations at the

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  • Onboard Entertainment at the Top of the World

    Onboard Entertainment at the Top of the World

    Providing modern entertainment resources is a special challenge when you’re operating a rail line across the highest mountains in Europe. With l...

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  • Stop By Booth 3A-507 and Find Out Where the Future of IoT Is Heading

    Stop By Booth 3A-507 and Find Out Where the Future of IoT Is Heading

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  • Tuning Multicore Code for Real-Time Performance

    Tuning Multicore Code for Real-Time Performance

    Embedded platforms are rapidly evolving, but some tools aren’t keeping pace. TenAsys’ upcoming INtime SDK adds support for Intel® VTune™ Am...

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  • 5 Steps for Machine Learning and Predictive Maintenance

    5 Steps for Machine Learning and Predictive Maintenance

    Machine intelligence can be used to reduce maintenance costs and predict when components will fail, but handling the sheer amount of data these monito...

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  • Use COM Express Modularity to Future-Proof CNC Equipment

    Use COM Express Modularity to Future-Proof CNC Equipment

    Modular embedded hardware standards like COM Express provide a future-proof migration path for CNC machines, combining application-specific carrier bo...

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  • 3 Maker Boards Go Professional

    3 Maker Boards Go Professional

    Boards like the Raspberry Pi are great for makers—but if you want to turn professional, you’ll need another solution. Enter the UP boards, which b...

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  • Beyond Bitcoin: How Blockchains Secure the IoT

    Beyond Bitcoin: How Blockchains Secure the IoT

    Blockchains are a powerful way to protect IoT systems, but they are hard to implement within legacy systems. Here’s a look at how SPARKL is seamless...

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  • 7th Generation Intel® Core™ Processors Are All About Video

    7th Generation Intel® Core™ Processors Are All About Video

    The 4k video upgrade in the 7th generation Intel® Core™ processor family is a boon for video surveillance, digital signage, media transcoding, and...

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  • Securing the Autonomous Car

    Securing the Autonomous Car

    Connected and automated automobiles are becoming a major market and platform for third-party hardware and software. Some estimates say the market coul...

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  • Cities Demand Street-Tough IoT Performance

    Cities Demand Street-Tough IoT Performance

    As smart city applications expand into new territory, engineers face tough new challenges. Find out how the latest hardware solves problems of perform...

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  • Add Intelligence to Small Surveillance Systems

    Add Intelligence to Small Surveillance Systems

    Enhanced image processing, exceptional compute-per-watt, and a tiny package make the new Intel® Atom® processors a great fit for small-footprint video surveillance systems.

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  • The New Intel® Atom™ Processors for the Internet of Things

    As the first 14nm Intel chips for IoT and embedded, the new Intel® Atom™ processors offer a long list of features for industrial, surveillance, and...

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  • Simplify Sensor Connections with Modular IoT Software

    Simplify Sensor Connections with Modular IoT Software

    Integrating Internet of Things (IoT) sensors can be a time-consuming and tedious process. American Megatrends, Inc. (AMI) provides a modular, plug-and...

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  • Bring Smart Building Tech to Smaller Facilities

    Bring Smart Building Tech to Smaller Facilities

    The Intel® Building Management Platform (Intel® BMP) uses off-the-shelf components to make smart building tech simpler and less expensive. Discover...

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  • IoT Kit Puts Cloud Hooks in the Gateway

    IoT Kit Puts Cloud Hooks in the Gateway

    Few companies have expertise in both embedded design and Big Data—or know how to combine these domains. The Advantech IoT Gateway Starter Kit simpli...

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