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Intel and Canonical collaborate around IoT gateways

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Intel and Canonical are collaborating around Intel® IOT Gateways and Snappy Ubuntu Core. The Intel® IOT Gateway will come with support for Snap Stores. The Snap Store supports a model where a range of applications will be deployed to a gateway.  In this model, the gateway becomes a platform for multi applications (home, health, media, security, lighting, energy management, industrial, etc).



As more and more Snaps are downloaded onto a gateway, the need for performance increases.  With a product lineup from Intel® QuarkTM to Intel® CoreTM Processor, The Intel® IOT Gateway is well positioned to scale up as applications grow in number.

Multi-application platforms increase the need for security on the gateway.  Canonical and Intel have worked together to enable Ubuntu for capabilities like hardware enhanced encryption acceleration, and will work together to enable similar capabilities on Snappy Ubuntu Core.

“We are pleased to be working with Canonical and Ubuntu Snappy Core.  The Snap store presents an exciting new model for IOT, one that can benefit from the scalability and security enabled by Intel IOT gateways.” Said Camille Morhardt, Director of Marketing for the Application Ready Platform Division of Intel’s Internet of Things Group

“Intel IoT gateways can be used in all types of uses cases and for all types of sectors. One easy to use, secure, open source and universal platform on top of Intel IoT gateways will unleash IoT innovation like never before.” Said Maarten Ectors, VP IoT, Next-Gen Networking and Proximity Cloud at Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu.

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