Mindteck joins the Intel Internet of Things (IoT) solutionsalliance

ByExpress Computeron March 11, 2016

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Mindteck has announced that it has entered into an alliance with Intel that will provide them with scalable, interoperable solutions to accelerate the deployment of intelligent devices and end-to-end analytics. Close collaboration with Intel and other members will enable Mindteck to innovate with the latest Internet of Things (IoT) technologies. Other benefits include leading-edge solutions, faster time-to-market and design and development expertise.

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Mindteck joins the Intel Internet of Things (IoT) solutionsalliance

Mindteck has an Ignite platform encompassing an Intelligent Lighting System (Ignite-ILS) and Energy Management System (Ignite-EMS). The platform is one of the key components of the Internet of Things (IoT) ecosystem. It enables OEM/ODM and system integrator customers to rapidly develop end customer-specific, robust and customized solutions at optimized cost.

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Mindteck joins the Intel Internet of Things (IoT) solutionsalliance

Mindteck has been at the forefront of IoT paradigm. In 2010, we implemented a project for a UK-based utility company, and since then have delivered a host of solutions using IoT technology. We have also developed our own set of IoT-based IPs. This alliance only proves our commitment to the IoT space, said Yusuf Lanewala, Mindteck Chairman and Managing Director.

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This alliance will provide Mindteck with a market advantage through a solution-centered ecosystem program based on Intel architecture. By aligning with Intel and using standards-based, modular building blocks, Mindteck will be providing their customers with more robust performance, faster time-to-profit, greater opportunity for innovation, easier software development, and a trusted supply line based on the Intel Embedded Platform Roadmap.

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Mindteck has an Ignite platform encompassing an Intelligent Lighting System (Ignite-ILS) and Energy Management System (Ignite-EMS). The platform is one of the key components of the Internet of Things (IoT) ecosystem. It enables OEM/ODM and system integrator customers to rapidly develop end customer-specific, robust and customized solutions at optimized cost. This technology has been deployed on large-scale buildings and city-wide intelligent street lighting projects.

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