FogHorn Partners with Wind River to Combine Edge Intelligence with Industrial IoT Devices

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by Angela Guess

According to a recent press release, “FogHorn Systems, a leading developer of “edge intelligence” software for industrial and commercial IoT applications, today announced integration with Wind River® products designed to advance Industrial IoT (IIoT). Wind River is an Intel® company and a world leader in delivering software for critical infrastructure. The companies have teamed to integrate FogHorn’s breakthrough Lightning™ edge analytics and machine learning platform with Wind River’s industry leading software, including Wind River Helix™ Device Cloud, Wind River Titanium Control, and Wind River Linux. This unique offering will accelerate the competitive imperative industrial organizations face to harness the power of their IIoT data. Specifically, FogHorn enables organizations to place data analytics and machine learning as close to the data source as possible; Wind River provides the technology to support manageability of edge devices across their lifecycle, virtualization for workload consolidation, and software portability via containerization.”

The release goes on, “FogHorn’s Lightning product portfolio brings a groundbreaking dimension to the industrial IIoT by embedding edge intelligence directly into small-footprint IoT devices. The Foghorn platform is the world’s most compact, advanced and feature-rich edge intelligence solution, delivering unprecedented low latency for onsite data processing, real-time analytics, machine learning and AI capabilities. By enabling data processing at or near the source of sensor data, FogHorn eliminates the need to send terabytes of data to the cloud for processing. Instead, FogHorn can process the data onsite, generate insights and publish only relevant data to the cloud for further analysis.”

Read more at Globe Newswire.

Photo credit: FogHorn

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