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New Intel® Quark™ SoCs to enhance the Intel Gateway Solutions for IoT (“Moon Island”) portfolio in a year from now

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Core information:

Follow-ups:
– Wind River: Intel’s core technology provider for IoT [this same blog, Dec 10, 2014]
– 5G 2015⇒2019 analytical page of this same blog– Incremental Evolutionary Development and Standardization of 5G Technologies for the New Era of Wireless Internet of the 2020’s and 2030’s: An Outlook as of January 1, 2015
– 2014: A bleeding edge effort in chips (SoC), COM and software technology (inc. Wind River) for already marketable wearables by Intel has enabled its overall 2015 strategy in IoT and allows to expand its wearable ecosystem with an ‘art of the possible in technology’  [this same blog, December 11, 2014 – January 3, 2015]

How Intel Technology Enables IoT (July 29, 2014):
The world is undergoing a dramatic transformation, rapidly transitioning from isolated systems to ubiquitous Internet-enabled “things” capable of generating data that can be analyzed to extract valuable information. Commonly referred to as the Internet of Things (IoT), this new reality will enrich everyday life, increase business productivity, improve efficiency, and more. Intel® technology is designed to help you get to market faster and allow users to scale solutions across a variety of platforms. Watch to learn more.

Intel® Gateway Solutions for IoT (June 3, 2014): [the “Moon Islandproduct portfolio]
Billions of things that affect virtually every aspect of our lives are becoming connected and sharing data in the Internet of Things (IoT). This connectivity is critical to generating the intelligence that can transform business, but how do you get valuable data off of legacy equipment securely, without replacing existing infrastructure? Intel® Gateway Solutions for the Internet of Things connect legacy and new systems, and enable seamless and secure data flow between edge devices and the cloud, unlocking the value of industrial data. Intel, along with McAfee and Wind River, provides pre-integrated, pre-validated hardware and software building blocks, with security, connectivity, and manageability features that speed to time to market and reduce deployment costs.
Learn more about Intel® Gateway Solutions for the IoT: http://intel.com/iotgateways
Learn more about the Intel IoT Solutions: http://intel.com/iot
Join the conversation on Twitter with @Inteliot and #Inteliot

“Liffy Island” for H2’15 and “Seal Beach” for 2016 (source: Myce.com, Nov 19, 2014):

Commonality (only the major ones, for more details see the slides):

  • Single core, Single thread, @533MHz, 64KB L1 cache, up to 2GB DDR3 RAM
    (the existing Intel® Quark™ SoC X1000 [Clanton: Q4’13-Q2’14] is only @400MHz, 16KB L1 cache)

Intel Quark 'Liffy Island' SoCs for IoT -- Nov-2014

Intel Quark 'Seal Beach' SoCs for IoT -- Nov-2014

Specifics to “Seal Beach” (only the major ones, for more details see the slides above):

  • Windows OS Support + the ones emphasized by Intel on the slide below

Intel Quark 'Seal Beach' SoC differences from 'Liffy Island' SoC  -- Nov-2014

With Quark range of products now completed Intel provided the following design-in recommendations (retyped from an Intel slide with related Intel video inserts by myself):

  • Intel® Quark™ SoC X1000 – 2014 [Clanton: Q4’13-Q2’14– Fast Time to Market
    • Ready for market and shipping for headless applications
    • Good for Moon Island Gateways and bolt on!
  • Intel® Quark™ SoC X1000 – 2015 1H
    • Design for BOM sensitive telematics applications
    • Moon Island SW based Devices design-in—ReUse SW acceleration w validated software stack for non gateways
  • Liffy Island – 2015 2H
    • A fantastic IoT Gateway solution!
    • Good for typical long lead design-in of Deeply embedded applications
    • Potential IVI companion ship to Broxton solution for Transportation Solution Division
    • Great for Indu[stry] w GbE capabilities and hardware switch
  • Seal Beach – 2016
    • A fantastic IoT Gateway solution!
    • SSE2 instructions for additional performance, features, and OS support
    • Adding Graphics capabilities for general market with right low-cost interfaces to connect to panels and touch screens

More Details

Intel IoT Gateway solution - 2014

Intel® Gateway Solutions for the Internet of Things (IoT) (April 8, 2014):Targeting industrial, energy, and transportation markets in the Internet of Things (IoT), Intel intelligent gateway solutions connect legacy and new systems and enable seamless and secure data flow between edge devices and the cloud. In this video from Embedded World 2014, Craig Owen, a solution architect at Intel, demonstrates a model train system equipped with two Intel® Galileo boards based on the Intel® Quark™ SoC X1000 application processor that act as sensors for temperature, light, distance, and weight, and connect to the cloud.
For more information on Intel IoT solutions, visit http://intel.com/IoT

Smart Cities USA: San Jose, CA (June 26, 2014)
Fast-growing, future-focused cities like San Jose, California are leading the way in harnessing the power of the Internet of Things (IoT) and smart technologies to help them manage sustainability challenges. San Jose deployed a platform using Intel® Gateway Solutions for the IoT with an Intel® Quark™ processor and third-party sensors to provide real-time data on air quality, with plans to also measure water quality, noise, traffic, temperature and other quality-of-life metrics. Improvements in these systems promise to transform everyday life in U.S. cities and around the world. The joint project was showcased as part of the White House SmartAmerica Challenge.
Learn more about smart cities: http://intel.com/smartcity/.
Learn more about the Internet of Things: http://intel.com/iot/.

An Intelligent Gateway For Smart Energy (June 30, 2014):
Intel, Tatung and Elitegroup Computer Systems (ECS) are working together in Taiwan on an Internet of Things (IoT) application focused on smart energy savings for businesses. The newly developed intelligent gateway integrates an Intel® Quark™ SoC and combines the I/O board to provide a smart connection between energy management systems and other commercial building devices. Intel, Tatung and ECS have now completed first-step verification with excellent performance on a smart, energy-saving conference room. The next step will be to realize an entire smart building. Learn more about the Internet of Things: http://intel.ly/1qaTy6B.
  • Intel® Quark™ SoC X1000 – 2015 1H

    • Design for BOM sensitive telematics applications

    • Moon Island SW based Devices design-in—ReUse SW acceleration w validated software stack for non gateways

Intel IoT Demo at IBM Impact 2014 (May 16, 2014):
At IBM Impact 2014, Intel’s Tim Allen or #TechTim introduces Jonathan Skeele from the Intel Internet of Things Group. Jonathan walks us through an IoT demo featuring Intel® Gateway solutions and how sensor data can be used in a real-world train scenario to aid safety performance. Find out more about Intel IoT solutions by visiting http://www.intel.com/iot. Read more on Tim’s blogs on the Big Data Outpost: http://www.tomsitpro.com/tags/big-data-outpost/

Intel Indu-Transport Software Stack for IoT Gateway solution - 2014

  • Liffy Island – 2015 2H

    • A fantastic IoT Gateway solution!

    • Good for typical long lead design-in of Deeply embedded applications

    • Potential IVI companion ship to Broxton solution for Transportation Solution Division

    • Great for Indu[stry] w GbE capabilities and hardware switch

  • Seal Beach – 2016

    • A fantastic IoT Gateway solution!

    • SSE2 instructions for additional performance, features, and OS support

    • Adding Graphics capabilities for general market with right low-cost interfaces to connect to panels and touch screens

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