ADLINK Adds Foghorn Edge Intelligence

KEN BRIODAGH | July 19, 2018

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According to a recent announcement, ADLINK Technology, a global provider of edge computing solutions, has partnered with FogHorn Systems, a developer of software for industrial and commercial Internet of Things (IIoT) solutions, to bring edge intelligence to ADLINK’s groundbreaking DXS IoT digital experiments as-a-service. DXS enables the testing of potential IoT-based endeavors to determine the viability of possible solutions with none of the upfront costs and risk associated with a full solution commitment. Full IoT solutions conventionally require significant upfront investment, despite, according to industry studies, success rates for such projects only reaching 26%. The vendor-agnostic DXS provides all the resources required to get digital experiments up and running?including pre-validated hardware, client asset connection, data movement consolidation to bridge the IT/OT gap, enterprise sharing, endpoint management, and field and professional services?without associated upfront costs.

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