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  • SD-WAN vs. Traditional WAN: What Are The Key Differences?

    SD-WAN vs. Traditional WAN: What Are The Key Differences?

    Multi-Protocol Label Switching (MPLS) can be complex and costly. For network providers looking expand efficiently, new SD-WAN technologies are proven to reduce total cost of ownership significantly.

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  • Hardware Solutions Bringing AI to the Edge

    Hardware Solutions Bringing AI to the Edge

    The convergence of AI and IoT is driving change in intelligent computing. Supermicro AIoT systems accelerate cloud workloads, accelerate inferencing, and reserve ample storage to support this shift.

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  • The Journey from Prototype to Production for AI at the Edge

    The Journey from Prototype to Production for AI at the Edge

    Various challenges exist in products that solve real-world problems utilizing the power of AI and IoT. To unlock the full potential of AI at the edge, Intel® launched the AI: In Production ecosystem.

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  • Software Simplicity: The Solution to Vision at the Edge

    Software Simplicity: The Solution to Vision at the Edge

    Deploying vision capabilities on edge platforms requires difficult tradeoffs. Intel is working with the industry to solve the puzzle of hardware diversity for deep learning-based vision at the edge.

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  • A Rapid Road to GDPR Readiness in Retail

    A Rapid Road to GDPR Readiness in Retail

    A GDPR objective was for individuals to control their personal data, but many companies are unsure of how to support these rights. Automating the process makes this easier.

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  • How Visionary Robots Boost Warehouse Efficiency

    How Visionary Robots Boost Warehouse Efficiency

    To improve efficiency, warehouse and distribution center operators are upgrading to smarter warehouse management systems based on machine vision systems and automated robotic technologies.

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  • Case Study: IoT Helps Heart Patients Track Vitals

    Case Study: IoT Helps Heart Patients Track Vitals

    Advances in IoT combined with the Intel® Health Application Platform help developers build innovative healthcare solutions. For example, remote self-monitoring can improve heart patient outcomes.

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  • Malls Take a Page from eCommerce with AI and Analytics

    Malls Take a Page from eCommerce with AI and Analytics

    People still love to shop, and retail is on the rise. Innovative digital signage technologies like AI and analytics provide new opportunities for retail owners and great experiences for customers.

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  • How Machine Vision Puts the Focus on Quality Control

    How Machine Vision Puts the Focus on Quality Control

    Machine vision can dramatically improve quality control. By augmenting human inspection with automated processes, manufacturers reduce costs, streamline operations, and produce better products.

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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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  • Putting the Brakes on Traffic Violations with AI

    Putting the Brakes on Traffic Violations with AI

    In overcrowded cities, effective traffic management is essential for citizen safety and quality of life. Computer vision, AI, and machine learning enable the adaptable systems that cities require.

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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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  • Big Data, Edge Computing, and the Future of Manufacturing

    Big Data, Edge Computing, and the Future of Manufacturing

    “Edge computing” is something of a misnomer. For manufacturers, the real goal is an edge-to-cloud compute continuum. This flexible approach allows workloads to move wherever they are needed.

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  • 8 Great IoT Ideas at CES

    8 Great IoT Ideas at CES

    CES is a great place to discover the latest IoT technology. We scoured the program to bring you this list of amazing ideas for your next design.

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  • AI Puts Traffic Managers in the Driver’s Seat

    AI Puts Traffic Managers in the Driver’s Seat

    In large cities and small, traffic control systems are ubiquitous. But tremendous growth in the volume and diversity of vehicles means big problems in busy intersections.

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  • Mind the Gap! Unify Building Automation with IoT

    Mind the Gap! Unify Building Automation with IoT

    The IoT is enabling solutions that unify lighting, HVAC, energy, and other automation systems with centralized management and control.

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  • AI Boosts Brick-and-Mortar Sales

    AI Boosts Brick-and-Mortar Sales

    Brick-and-mortar retailers are catching up with e-commerce businesses in how they use data to gain insight into customer behavior and brand preferences.

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  • Predictive AI Keeps Factories Up When Power Goes Down

    Predictive AI Keeps Factories Up When Power Goes Down

    NEXCOM's DUPS predictive maintenance system use sensors and analytics to diagnose early-stage problems in diesel-powered backup systems, which are critical to semiconductor fabrication.

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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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