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Arc Advisory: The Linux Foundation Launches New LF Edge to Establish a Unified Open Source Framework for the Edge

By In the News

The Linux Foundation, the nonprofit organization enabling mass innovation through open source, announced the launch of LF Edge, an umbrella organization to establish an open, interoperable framework for edge computing independent of hardware, silicon, cloud, or operating system.  LF Edge is initially comprised of five projects that will support emerging edge applications in the area of non-traditional video and connected things that require lower latency, faster processing and mobility.

Read more at Arc Advisory.

SDxCentral: Linux Foundation Launches LF Edge Group With 5 Projects

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The Linux Foundation today launched an edge computing initiative, called LF Edge, that will serve as an umbrella organization for the foundation’s three existing edge projects plus two new projects contributed by Samsung and Zededa.

The new group’s list of founding members reads like a who’s who of chipmakers (Arm, Intel, and Qualcomm), telecommunications companies, (AT&T, NTT, and Ericsson), cloud providers (Baidu and Tencent), and edge infrastructure vendors (Packet, Dell EMC, HPE, and IBM), to name a few.

Read more at SDxCentral.

Sensors Online: Linux Foundation Fosters Unified Open Source Framework For The Edge

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The Linux Foundation has launched LF Edge, an umbrella organization to establish an open, interoperable framework for edge computing independent of hardware, silicon, cloud, or operating system. LF Edge is initially comprised of five projects that will support emerging edge applications around non-traditional video and connected things that require lower latency, faster processing and mobility.

Read more at Sensors Online.

Automation.com: Inside Dell’s Ongoing Quest for Digitalization Acceleration

By EdgeX Foundry, In the News

Last year, Bill Lyndon explored Dell Technologies quest to accelerate IoT focus to the edge. Bill recently returned to the folks at Dell to follow up on this mission. Speaking with Jason Shepherd, Dell’s IoT and Edge Computing CTO, he shared how they are helping customers accelerate digitalization through the application of IoT to improve business performance. Through numerous discussions and presentations over the last few years, Dell Technologies has clearly aligned itself to provide industry with solutions that span from computing at the network edge to cloud services. Further, this commitment to build this vision comes straight from the top:

“IoT is fundamentally changing how we live, how organizations operate and how the world works. Dell Technologies is leading the way for our customers with a new distributed computing architecture that brings IoT and artificial intelligence together in one, interdependent ecosystem from the edge to the core to the cloud. The implications for our global society will be nothing short of profound.” Michael Dell, Chairman & CEO

Read more at Automation.com.

IoT Evolution World: What IoT Platforms Have Been Missing; Economics and Ecosystems

By EdgeX Foundry, In the News

Every technological shift only scales when there are proven economic advantages, and the IoT and Industrial IoT are no exception. In fact, according to Eric Simone, founder and CEO of ClearBlade, an Enterprise IoT Edge Computing platform company, “given the number of moving parts in any meaningful enterprise IoT deployment, there’s no getting away from the requirement to prove to end customers how connecting things will save money or increase revenue.”

Read more at IoT Evolution World.

Network World: What network pros need to know about IoT

By EdgeX Foundry, In the News

Architecting for the Internet of Things creates a whole new ballgame for network pros.

Gartner predicts there will be more than 20 billion IoT devices in the world by 2020. About 40% of them will be deployed in the enterprise – monitoring air quality in factories, improving energy efficiency in offices, tracking assets across the supply chain, detecting equipment failures, and much more.

Read more at Network World.