Partners Innovate And Expand The IoT/AI Space

Internet of Things(IoT) platform Netronix and semiconductor provider of software defined radio (SDR) processors Wuxi DSP Technologies Inc. enter a license agreement for the market development and commercialization of a first in its kind processor combining IoT + AI to create a more efficient connected world. The collaboration lays the groundwork for new system applications in smart-homes, smart-cities, self-driving cars, and anything connected by the Internet.

 

Unlike microprocessors, each low-cost small form factor chip processor has 3-DSP cores, enabling quicker & heightened computational power in the field and embedded with Netronix’s IoT package, boasts optimized cloud-use, enabling any device to become smarter and part of IoT. The solution addresses the industry-wide need for more affordable IoT solutions with edge-processing, AI and the utmost security throughout all layers of the network.

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Netronix’s IoT platform offers rapid development and deployment of IoT devices and applications in vertical markets including environmental, health, transportation, logistics and more. Though backed by a decade of expertise, what sets Netronix apart from competitors is an A-Z platform handling the flow of data from the field all the way to the end-user, including a unique set of tools for developers to create their very own IoT solutions, from anywhere in the world.

 

The results: affordable devices and services with more functionality, renewed buyer confidence, & a secure Internet of Things market. Okay, if you need more details, visit Netronix Inc.

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