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Industrial Internet Consortium formed to create ‘more connected world’

AT&T, Cisco, GE, IBM and Intel have established the Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC), an open membership group that is focusing on a range of issues, including improved integration of the physical and digital worlds.

Intel extends chip deal with Altera

Intel and Altera have announced a partnership to develop heterogeneous multi-die devices built on Intel's 14nm Tri-Gate process.

Intel expands its wearable device focus with acquisition

Intel has completed the acquisition of BASIS Science, a developer of wearable devices for health and wellness applications including the BASIS Carbon Steel fitness tracker, pictured. The deal is said to accelerate Intel's wearable products focus and to extend its capabilities, as well as bringing new technology.

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