Google Partners with FogHorn to Boost IIoT Deployments

COURTNEY BJORLIN | March 30, 2018

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Google will integrate FogHorn Systems Lightning edge analytics and machine learning platform with Google Cloud IoT core, with the aim of simplifying the deployment of industrial IoT scenarios, according to a press release. By embedding edge intelligence as close to the source of streaming sensor data as possible, FogHorn delivers low latency for onsite data processing, real-time analytics, machine learning and AI capabilities, according to the press release.

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