Posts Tagged: Intel

Telit: The Top Stack in the DNA of Platforms for Parkeon and Weatherford

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I have written about Intel providing device management. Then I wrote about Wind River’s providing network connectivity. Now comes the hard part. Hitting for a triple. Well in this case it’s not difficult, because Telit is providing the application layer support. As Telit, says their platform allows developers to not focus on the infrastructure, but […]

As Predicted: Qualcomm Rejects Broadcom’s Bid

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Last week I posted that Qualcomm would reject the Broadcom ovation, but that does not mean they are not in the market for suitors. The question is who is ideal for Qualcomm. The quick answer is that it has to be a US based company, although in this administration, that might not be as much of […]

GE: Third Place is No Place to be in IoT

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John Flannery the new CEO of GE has a bit of a mess on his hands.  Jeff Immelt departure came at a time when many of the companies ventures were not performing up to the standards of GE’s history. Under Jack Welch the rule was they would sell off whatever asset was not keeping them […]

At Intel It’s Not How Many Humans does it take to change a light bulb?

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It’s How many Lightbulbs Do You Want to Change at Once. I had the privilege to speak with Dipti Vachani, Vice President and General Manager of the IoT Group at Intel, about lightbulbs. Well actually about orchestration and the need to make IoT scalable. To illustrate the point though she used the issue of enabling […]