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The Internet of Things, edge computing, and AI are on trajectory to collectively revolutionize how the world uses data. Download our new IoT Solution Integrator eBook to find out how to build an automated, intelligent future. 


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The Internet of Things, edge computing, and artificial intelligence (AI) are on a collision course to transform how much of the world operates. Greater volumes of data are generated every day by IoT devices in edge locations: IoT data is on track to multiply to about 79 zettabytes worldwide by 2026, up nearly six-fold from 14 zettabytes in 2019. In addition, the world’s IoT connections are likely to reach 24 billion in the same year— a near-tripling of IoT connectivity since 2021.

IoT, edge, and AI technologies are intertwined and highly complementary. Edge computing occurs in distributed locations, allowing processing to occur very near to where it’s generated for fast computations and insights. The IoT pushes edge computing out still further into things that, using embedded sensors, collect data themselves, often continuously, and process it locally. IoT devices range from the tiny to the enormous, including vehicles (autonomous or not), smart cameras, factory floor machines, thermostats, utility readers, drones, appliances, and an unlimited number of other devices.

Tap into the Growing IoT Partner Ecosystem

To help you and your customers achieve the full transformative promise of AI-enabled IoT, Intel and its vast partner ecosystem offer market- and RFP-ready solutions and kits to foster industry collaboration in building an automated, intelligent future.

If you deliver IoT offerings using Intel® technology, use this new eBook from the editors of The Channel Company’s IoT Solutions Integrator to learn more about the market opportunity and most in-demand use cases. Find out how to add your solution to the Intel® IoT ecosystem and how to tap into the rising demand for edge- and AI-enabled IoT technology.


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