Exploring Innovation in 5G, IoT & The Edge
Dec 3, 2019
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Intel's 5G and IoT Innovation Center, Kista Sweden
Intel opened the 5G and IoT Innovation Center two years ago to show the commercial potential of ultra-reliable low-latency communication from the client to the cloud. Early demonstrations explored smart buildings and the Skydome virtual reality (VR)/augmented reality (AR) system that gives first responders enhanced situational awareness during emergencies. Future industry partnerships will touch on autonomous driving, gaming, and immersive VR video streaming with eye tracking.
What all these projects share is the potential to take data-intensive applications beyond the limits of yesterday’s networks. In industrial automation, 5G opens the door of innovation, enabling the power of AI to proliferate, moving insights seamlessly from the data center to the point of highest value across the network. Intel powers this distributed intelligence, cloudifying the entire network by providing compute, storage, and analytics capability across the network, advancing manufacturer capabilities, efficiency and profit potential further than ever before.
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