We often have questions related to cloud, fog, mist and edge computing. Is it just a question of marketing never-ending creativity? Is there a technical reality beyond those terms? Is one approach better than another one? The Cloud Cloud computing is a very centralized paradigm where most data analysis/processes are realized on centralized servers that…

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IIoT (Industrial Internet Of Things) and IoT (Internet Of Things) are similar but also very different in terms of services, requirements and constraints. IoT focuses more on multimedia features, cheap product, time to market and less on security, privacy, maintenance, product life cycle and added value services. IIoT is more complex from technical, functional and…

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Intellinium and Nanolike (a company focused on nano-sensors such as nano-strain gauge) have partnered at ENOVA Paris to showcase a real-time wireless monitoring using an autonomous edge module, an acquisition board, 2 nano-sensors and an offline/online mobile app. Nanolike nano-sensors are based on nano-particules technologies and offer several benefits compared to traditional sensor technologies: low-power, small form…

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Our case study ‘Autonomous nano-servers to monitor water transportation and/or quality‘  has been choosen for the “Energy In Water” newsletter (sept 2016). See the article on Energy in Water website. We believe that edge & nano-servers computing will be a key technology  for the future roll-out of industrial and smart city solutions, in particular in relation with…

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Industrial IoT and Wearables: Proof Of Concept based on ABE (Attribute-based Encryption) Last week at the ETSI Security Week, Intellinium presented part of its R&D program with a demo & talk. The goal of this demo was to illustrate by a concrete example the challenges faced by data access control and enforcement for industrial IoT…

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