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Intel Teams up with Taiwanese ICT Firms to Realize IoT

By 楖据湥⁴慗杮
Published: Jun 03,2015

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TAIPEI, Taiwan — Intel makes Internet of Things (IoT) is not only a concept that teamed up with Taiwanese ICT firms such as Nexcom International Co. and Formosa Plastics Co. to build the state-of-the-art smart factory, as well as cooperated with other companies in a bid to realize IoT in smart home, smart building, smart logistics and smart education, etc.

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Intel and Formosa Plastics use Big Data analysis technology to foster smart factory with the lastest Intel IoT solution inside, along with Nexcom’s Gateway, and cloud server, Cloudera technology from Supermicro to provide the total industrial IoT smart manufacturing solution.

Meanwhile, Intel and ADLINK Technology, Fusheng also work on smart factory where Intel IoT Platform and Intel Quark SoC X1021 are being used.

Besides, Intel collaborated with Elitegroup Computer Systems and Tatung in an effort to make smart home and smart building come true. As well as to work with Advantech and Microprogram Co. to make the Youbike smarter.

Last but not the least, Intel teamed up with the Taiwan largest telecommunication provider Chunghwa Telecom to create smart city with the view to make people lead a better life quality. Chunghwa Telecom is also the first IoT telecommunication partner of Intel in Asia.

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