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Intel and the Internet of Things


Intel's Internet of Things (IoT) technologies are dramatically changing the way computing is being woven into our everyday lives: from automotive, healthcare, and retail to manufacturing, IOT, wearables, and more. The Internet of Things is creating a world with endless possibilities.


The Internet of Things is sometimes referred to as the Industrial Internet of Things, the Internet of Everything (IoE), or Industry 4.0. Intel defines the Internet of Things as devices that are connecting to the internet, integrating greater compute capabilities, and using data analytics to extract valuable information.


Through exciting innovations in IoT, Intel enables the possibility for cars that recognize their drivers, supermarket displays that help plan dinner menus, baby clothing that delivers real-time information about your child, and devices that automate energy and water use for optimal savings.


IoT will influence both consumer and business sections. Intel's IoT focus spans from Quark to Xeon; devices to data centers; hardware and software; security and services; and is delivering products and technologies that embed intelligence into everyday objects to connect and share data and enable the connected world.

Because of the Internet of Things, the world, and our homes, is becoming a collective intelligence of enormous capability and increased complexity. Intel recognizes there is a gap between today’s connected home, and the "promise" of the smart home that people desire, as revealed in the findings from the new Intel Architecting the Future of the Smart Home 2025 survey. Intel is committed to working across the expanding ecosystem to aid the transition from a series of connected point devices to a fully integrated smart home. Intel is looking beyond solely the home and envisions a smart world where people's homes talk effortlessly to smart cars and their neighborhoods, in turn communicating with a whole smart city network. Intel is uniquely positioned to connect these dots, as it is able to see from “things” out to the cloud, providing both hardware and software.


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Wearable computing is an accelerating phenomenon that is re-defining how people use and interact with information. Intel's strategy is to imagine and create reference design devices and platforms ready to be used by customers in the development of wearable products.


Intel® Edison is a product-ready, general purpose compute platform that is well-suited to enable rapid innovation and product development by a range of inventors, entrepreneurs and consumer product designers in this space.


Intel also supports a variety of maker programs that help to inspire creativity, enthusiasm for learning and invention with Intel® Galileo platform technology among makers and students.


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Intel and Levi Strauss & Co.: How to Find the Perfect Pair of Jeans

Technology and innovation continues to transform the way we live, changing the way we move, interact and carry on our daily lives. Retail is an industry that celebrates its traditions and roots while constantly innovating to better engage and inform consumers, and Intel has been working with Levi Strauss & Co. to bring new inventory technology to life for the Levi's* brand.


Intel recently began working with the Levi's retail team to explore technology in a proof of concept to deliver near real-time inventory monitoring in the Levi's® Plaza Store in San Francisco. Using RFID tags on all items in the store, Intel gateways, Intel-powered sensors, and cloud-based analytics, can help the Levi's team gain visibility into what's on the shelf or what might be running low, making the process of inventory management more effective. This means that when the consumer comes into the store looking for a perfectly fitting pair of jeans in a specific size and color, it's on the shelf, and the store associates can spend more time delivering a great shopping experience to the consumer and less time checking the back for sizes. A video of the solution in action is available at


Technology helps remove the friction of everyday life to make things easier and more efficient, taking traditional concepts and making them new. This proof of concept from Intel and the Levi's brand is a promising step toward helping consumers answer the question: "I wonder if the store has my size?"




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Intel® Industrial Solutions System Consolidation Series


The Intel® Industrial Solutions System Consolidation Series can be tailored to fit individualized needs which translates to faster analytics, better security and results for IoT applications. The Intel® Industrial Solutions System Consolidation Series helps maximize the potential of IoT solutions, faster while decreasing complexity and costs.


Intel's IoT vision is straightforward: it senses generates data for many devices, collects and communicates that data, analyzes that data to turn it into actionable insight, and uses that insight to optimize how things work.






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