Logic Supply Powers IoT at the Edge – Intel Chip Chat – Episode 664

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In this Intel Chip Chat audio podcast with Allyson Klein: Not all advanced computing takes place in data centers.

Maxx Garrison, product manager with Logic Supply, talked with Chip Chat about how the Internet of Things (IoT) is evolving and advantages that come with moving compute power to the edge with help from Intel technology.

Logic Supply’s sealed systems turn up in demanding settings where contamination is a concern – farms, factories, hospitals, emergency vehicles – close to users and environmental data.

As applications get smarter, data is coming from a variety of sources, and the amount is increasing. Sending it to the cloud can be expensive, and transmission can be a liability in decision-critical situations that demand low latency.

The ability to gather, analyze, and deliver information quickly makes computing at the edge vital, and also opens complex use cases, like sensor fusion, where visual, thermal, and vibration data from local and remote sensors are combined and run through models. Sensor fusion with edge AI could expand what systems can do autonomously.

Garrison sees data, sensors, and inputs continuing to increase, with systems advancing to meet the growing demand for intelligent compute at the edge. Logic Supply’s goal is to make input easy and, whatever the application, scale up seamlessly without rewriting or retraining models. They’re already getting close with the Intel Distribution of OpenVINO toolkit, and they’re adding compute-intensive capabilities to their entire line of edge products, from entry-level devices to the high end, which features 2nd Generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors.

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