Intel joins the internet of things party with a new platform and Quark details

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Intel(s intc) joins other major companies such as GE(s ge) and Qualcomm(s qcom) in promoting a platform for the internet of things. The chip giant says that it will offer a Wind River-based IoT platform and detailed several ways that its own use of sensors and data analytics have saved it money on the manufacturing floor. It plans on pushing both Atom and Quark processors for this platform and offered details on the upcoming Quark family of processors as well as a new Atom SoC. The first Quark processor core is a 32-bit, single core, single-thread, Pentium-compatible CPU operating at speeds up to 400MHz.

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That’s it? Where are the details, what does this mean for Intel, how does this position Intel in the marketplace, what about competitors, what do potential customers think? How did “its own use of sensors and data analytics have saved it money on the manufacturing floor” work? I can wait another day to get this level of detail…

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