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What Is the Gateway and Why Should I Care?

An Internet of Things (IoT) gateway is an integral part of an IoT ecosystem, handling communication with local sensors and remote users among a suite of other functions. In this article you’ll explore the idea of the IoT gateway and how it can benefit your IoT application. You’ll also learn about the Intel® IoT Gateway Technology and how it meets this need.

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  • The Internet of Things on a Windows-Based Gateway

    Organizations that are embracing the Internet of Things (IoT) face several challenges. For example, an organization must have a clear understanding of its infrastructure and how best to configure it to support new sensors and other edge devices. Beyond the physical hardware, the organization’s development team must be familiar with the necessary software that plays a critical role in successfully establishing an IoT program.

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  • Remote Power Management of Intel® AMT Devices with InstantGo

    InstantGo, also known as Connected Standby, creates a low OS power state that must be handled differently from how remote power management was handled in the past. This article provides information on how to support the InstantGo feature.
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  • Microsoft Windows* 8.x
  • Business Client
  • Windows*
  • Beginner
  • Intel® AMT Software Development Kit
  • Remote Power Management
  • InstantGo
  • Intel® Active Management Technology
  • Intel® vPro™ Technology
  • Analysis of High-Volume Sensor Data

    When working with large, distributed, multi-detector sensor suites, such as are found in large scale Internet of Things (IoT) deployments, the sheer volume of available data can delay timely data analysis. For example, a suite of 5,000 roadway sensors transmitting at a rate of one measurement per second will generate 300,000 data points per minute, or 4.32 million measurements per day! This vast flood of data will quickly swamp a brute force collection and analysis methodology, so a more calculated approach is required.

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  • QoS Configuration and usage for Open vSwitch* with DPDK

    Learn how to configure an egress policer Quality-of-Service (QoS) instance for a Data Plane Development Kit (DPDK) interface on Open vSwitch* (OVS) with DPDK that enhances DPDK port types performance in Open vSwitch server deployment
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  • Intermediate
  • QoS
  • Intel® DPDK
  • DPDK
  • OVS
  • Network Functions Virtualization (NFV)
  • Software Defined Networking (SDN)
  • Node Modules - NodeJS

    What is node module? A module encapsulates related code into a single unit of code. When creating a module, this can be interpreted as moving all related functions into a file. Node modules run in their own scope so that they do not conflict with other modules. Node relatedly provides access to some globals to help facilitate module interoperability. The primary 2 items that we are concerned with here are require and exports. You require other modules that you wish to use in your code and your module exports anything that should be exposed publicly. Lets see an example : save the below code as testcode.js
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