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Intel launches Internet of Things initiatives in Taiwan

Ike Suarez | June 9, 2015
Projects, deployments are for smart cities, factories and homes.

Intel Corp. has launched five Internet  of Things (IoT) initiatives in Taiwan, according to a press statement by the Santa Clara, California-based chip vendor.

The pilot projects and deployments are in collaboration with various companies in Taiwan and these are to enable the development of smart cities, factories and homes.

The projects and deployments are the following: a smart manufacturing  IoT platform  in collaboration with Formosa Plastics Corporation, a smart factory for Fusheng, smart home  and building solutions  in Taipei  using Intel IoT gateways in collaboration with Elitegroup Computer Systems and Tatung, a smart city bike systems solution for more cities in Taiwan in collaboration with Advantech and  Microprogram and an Intel IoT  Gateway for a smart city implementation in Taiwan with Chunghwa Telecom.

Fast-Growing Market

The IoT is a fast growing market that presents tremendous opportunity for Intel and our ecosystem, the press statement quoted Intel vice president for sales and  marketing and Taiwan country manager Jason Chen as saying.

The press statement claimed the Taiwan initiatives are in line with plans by Intel to make IoT a reality in Asia and the rest of the world.



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