Last updateThu, 17 Sep 2020 8pm

SoftServe Joins Forces with Intel Corporation to Develop Cutting-Edge IoT Solutions

SoftServe collaborates with Intel® to develop cutting-edge image recognition and detection IoT solutions.

SoftServe today announced it has collaborated with Intel®, the world's largest semiconductor chip maker, to investigate the opportunities offered by one of the main tools for researches in the IoT field - Intel® Edison Platform. Intel Corporation designs and builds the essential technologies that serve as the foundation for the world's computing devices. Intel also manufactures the world's first commercially available "conflict-free" microprocessors. Recognizing the extensive experience of SoftServe's Internet of Things experts, Intel offered the company use of the Edison Platform to lower the barriers to entry for quick prototyping and productizing the connected computing devices driving the next industrial revolution.

Intel® Edison technology was designed specifically for the makers and creators of connected devices: emerging entrepreneurs eager to invent the future. It combines a small, powerful, adaptable hardware platform and partner-enabled ecosystem with extended software compatibility and supportive online environment. SoftServe will use Intel Edison for developing cutting-edge image recognition and detection solutions as well as utilize it as an extension for SoftServe's current IoT solutions.

"Our vision for seamless communication between computing devices is taking a big step forward with the introduction of Intel® Edison," said Yuri Mykolyshin, Head of Marketing of Intel Ukraine. "By cooperating with SoftServe, we hope to jointly showcase the enormous potential of Intel's hardware combined with SoftServe's software solutions that will leverage great IoT possibilities and revolutionize the technology."

"We are happy to merge our vast IoT expertise with Intel's innovative platform to deliver an even wider range of computing and communication experiences for our consumers. This collaboration reflects a shared commitment by both companies to improve the performance of next-generation software systems and solutions," said Juan Turruellas, SoftServe.



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