At the Intel Industrial Summit 2020, new and more powerful features for l’edge and IoT have been announced today.

Intel Core 11th Generation processors, Intel Atom Series x6000E and Intel Pentium and Celeron Series N and J feature new features in artificial intelligence, security, functional safety (functional safety) and real-time computing

With a large portfolio of Intel hardware and software, it provides reliable solutions for a market, that of chips for edge computing, which is expected to reach $65 billion in 2024.

Intel collaborates side by side with customers to build prototypes, optimize solutions and collect feedback in progress, The innovations offered by Intel processors represent a response to the challenges that the IoT industry feels most: edge complexity, operating costs (TC)

By bringing together the common experience of developers, software and tools such as Edge Insights for Industrial of the Edge Software Hub and Intel Distribution of the OpenVINO toolkit, Intel helps customers and developers to

Starting from the recently announced client processors, Intel Core’s eleventh generation is specifically enhanced for essential IoT applications that require high processing speeds, computer vision and low latency deterministic calculation.

The new video decode box allows the processor to manage up to 40 video streaming at the same time as 1080p and 30 frames per second and an output of up to four 4K video channels or two 8K video channels. The inference algorithms of the AI can handle up to 96 graphic execution units (INT8) or be performed on the ICC with VNNI integrated. With Intel Time Coordinated Computing and Time Sensitive Networking technologies, these processors are able to manage the calculation in real time by providing deterministic performance in a variety of use cases. In the industrial sector: mission-critical control systems (PLC, robotics etc.), industrial PCs and man-machine interfaces. For retail, banks and hospitality: smart and immersive digital signals, interactive information points, automated speakers. Health: new generation medical imaging devices with high resolution display and AI based diagnostics. Smart city: video recordings on intelligent network with inference AI and integrated analytics.

Alongside the Cores, Intel recalls the importance of Atom Series x6000E and Intel Pentium and Celeron Series N and J which represent the first Intel platform enhanced for the IoT.

These processors have different types of use: real-time control systems and devices that meet the functional safety requirements for industrial robots, as well as for chemical applications, oil and electrical grid control systems. Vehicle controls, fleet monitoring and management systems that synchronize multiple sensor inputs and direct actions on buses, trains, ships and semi-autonomous trucks. Medical displays, trolleys, service robots, basic ultrasonic machines, portals and totems that require AI and computer vision with reduced energy consumption. And finally, fixed retail and mobile retail retail and fast service restaurants with high-resolution graphics.

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