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Carnegie Mellon University has announced it will head a $27.5m Semiconductor Research Corporation (SRC) programme to build smarter networks to connect edge devices to the cloud.

Researchers from six US universities will collaborate in the Conix Research Centre headquartered at Carnegie Mellon. For the next five years, Conix will create the architecture for networked computing that lies between edge devices and the cloud.

The university said the challenge is to build this substrate so that future applications that are crucial to Internet of Things (IoT) can be hosted with performance, security, robustness, and privacy guarantees.

Find out more about the IEC's involvement in the Smart Energy , Smart Grid and Renewable energies sections of the website.

To enable and realize the true value of the internet of things (IoT), edge intelligence pushes processing for data intensive applications away from the core of the cloud to the edge of the network.

This radical transformation from the cloud to the edge, edge intelligence, will support trillions of sensors and billions of systems. It will treat data in motion differently from data at rest.

“Global leading IIoT solutions companies as well as major participants in cloud computing, high-performance edge gateways, and IoT systems integration have embraced FogHorn’s technology.”

“Working on the US West Coast, but also pulling in industrial giants, has put the company at the major cultural intersection of IT and OT. Practical deployments show its effectiveness in solving problems.”

Smart Factory Expo—January 17-19
Bosch ConnectedWorld—February 21-22
Embedded World 2018—February 27-March 1
CERAWeek—March 5-8
Strata Data Conference—March 5-8
Hannover Messe—April 23-27
Sensors Expo and Conference—June 26-28

Carnegie Mellon University has announced it will head a $27.5m Semiconductor Research Corporation (SRC) programme to build smarter networks to connect edge devices to the cloud.

Researchers from six US universities will collaborate in the Conix Research Centre headquartered at Carnegie Mellon. For the next five years, Conix will create the architecture for networked computing that lies between edge devices and the cloud.

The university said the challenge is to build this substrate so that future applications that are crucial to Internet of Things (IoT) can be hosted with performance, security, robustness, and privacy guarantees.

Find out more about the IEC's involvement in the Smart Energy , Smart Grid and Renewable energies sections of the website.

To enable and realize the true value of the internet of things (IoT), edge intelligence pushes processing for data intensive applications away from the core of the cloud to the edge of the network.

This radical transformation from the cloud to the edge, edge intelligence, will support trillions of sensors and billions of systems. It will treat data in motion differently from data at rest.

Carnegie Mellon University has announced it will head a $27.5m Semiconductor Research Corporation (SRC) programme to build smarter networks to connect edge devices to the cloud.

Researchers from six US universities will collaborate in the Conix Research Centre headquartered at Carnegie Mellon. For the next five years, Conix will create the architecture for networked computing that lies between edge devices and the cloud.

The university said the challenge is to build this substrate so that future applications that are crucial to Internet of Things (IoT) can be hosted with performance, security, robustness, and privacy guarantees.

Carnegie Mellon University has announced it will head a $27.5m Semiconductor Research Corporation (SRC) programme to build smarter networks to connect edge devices to the cloud.

Researchers from six US universities will collaborate in the Conix Research Centre headquartered at Carnegie Mellon. For the next five years, Conix will create the architecture for networked computing that lies between edge devices and the cloud.

The university said the challenge is to build this substrate so that future applications that are crucial to Internet of Things (IoT) can be hosted with performance, security, robustness, and privacy guarantees.

Find out more about the IEC's involvement in the Smart Energy , Smart Grid and Renewable energies sections of the website.

To enable and realize the true value of the internet of things (IoT), edge intelligence pushes processing for data intensive applications away from the core of the cloud to the edge of the network.

This radical transformation from the cloud to the edge, edge intelligence, will support trillions of sensors and billions of systems. It will treat data in motion differently from data at rest.

“Global leading IIoT solutions companies as well as major participants in cloud computing, high-performance edge gateways, and IoT systems integration have embraced FogHorn’s technology.”

“Working on the US West Coast, but also pulling in industrial giants, has put the company at the major cultural intersection of IT and OT. Practical deployments show its effectiveness in solving problems.”

Smart Factory Expo—January 17-19
Bosch ConnectedWorld—February 21-22
Embedded World 2018—February 27-March 1
CERAWeek—March 5-8
Strata Data Conference—March 5-8
Hannover Messe—April 23-27
Sensors Expo and Conference—June 26-28

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