Intel saves $9m using IoT tech

Intel and Mitsubishi Electric are blending next generation factory automation systems with Internet of Things (IoT) technologies in a pilot programme at Intel's backend manufacturing facility in Malaysia. The pilot is intended to demonstrate the benefits of IoT in a factory setting, with a focus on enhancing productivity and is said to have already saved the processor manufacture $9million.

  • Intel saves $9million by applying IoT technology at back end manufacturing site

    Intel and Mitsubishi Electric are blending next generation factory automation systems with Internet of Things (IoT) technologies in a pilot programme at Intel's backend manufacturing facility in Malaysia. The pilot is intended to demonstrate the benefits of ... Read More
  • FPGA family offers dual configuration

    Altera has annnounced the first devices from its 'Generation 10' portfolio of FPGAs and SoCs. The Max 10 is a family of FPGAs made using TSMC's 55nm embedded flash technology.

    Shelley Davis, director of strategic marketing at Altera, said the new ...
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  • Compact vision system features quad core Atom

    National Instruments has launched a compact vision system for use in high speed applications. The CVS-1459RT features a quad-core Intel Atom processor and two dedicated USB 3.0 ports.

    The NI CVS-1459RT can be programmed using LabVIEW or Vision ...
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  • IoT access point uses 6LoWPAN

    IoT infrastructure specialist 1248 has announced an ARM powered IoT access point based on the 6LoWPAN wireless standard. Called HyperWeave, the device is said to provide 'IP to the edge' connectivity, linking low power IoT devices to corporate and cloud ... Read More





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