Auriga Joins Intel IoT Solutions Alliance
Intel® estimates that the IoT world will have 200 billion smart objects in 2020 and that the total global worth on IoT technology will reach $6.2 trillion by 2025, most of which will be from devices in healthcare ($2.5 trillion) and manufacturing ($2.3 trillion). Given the disruptive potential of IoT, the Alliance provides unique access to Intel® technology, expertise, and support to accelerate the design and deployment of intelligent devices and analytics.
The Intel® IoT Solutions Alliance unites 500+ IoT leaders globally and offers 6,000+ solutions, from components and software to systems and services. The Alliance members can explore solutions for every part of their IoT infrastructure, from edge sensors to cloud analytics. Collaboration with Intel® and each other helps them stay ahead of the competition and reduce risks and development costs while creating innovative products.
Vyacheslav Vanyulin, CEO at Auriga, commented:
“Auriga is truly honored to become a member of the Intel® IoT Solutions Alliance, especially now when IoT is moving beyond the hype and becoming pragmatic. We look forward to making the most of Intel® technology and our own expertise in IoT, AI, machine learning, computer vision, data processing, and embedded software development to deliver smart solutions to our customers across various domains. I believe that the Alliance membership is a new frontier in our journey to add value to our customers and the IoT community.”
Auriga’s engineers have profound experience with Intel® technologies, adopting new cutting-edge platforms as soon as they reach the market. Auriga was one of the first companies to develop mobile solutions using Intel® INDE featured at the SF IDF forum, and the company is a pioneer user of the Intel® Multi-OS Engine software development tool and an active user of the Intel XDK cross-platform integrated development environment.
Currently, Auriga develops high-performance IoT solutions using the Intel® Distribution of OpenVINO™ Toolkit, a deep learning deployment kit. Based on convolutional neural networks, combined with the cross-platform flexibility and scalability of Intel® hardware architecture, it significantly accelerates AI workloads and assists business owners in real-time data processing, monitoring, and predictive analytics to drive business operations and enhance customer experience.
Learn more about Auriga's IoT experience on the company's website: https://auriga.com/iot/
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Auriga, Inc. is a software R&D and IT outsourcing service provider incorporated in the U.S. with operating development centers in Eastern Europe. Auriga offers the full range of software engineering services to help manage both teams and projects for high-tech and software vendors, allowing them to quickly build and scale teams, access required skills and expertise, and focus on strategic tasks. Its client list includes Barclays, Broadvision, Chrysler, Dialogic, Digital Guardian, Draeger Medical, Hewlett-Packard, IBM, Lynx Software, nVent, and many other leading technology companies. For details, please visit https://auriga.com/.
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