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Intel, Vodafone Partnered on Connected Home Framework

  • Posted on: 20 February 2011
  • By: Patrick Oliphant

Vodafone and Intel have decided to join forces through the combination of each others market solutions. They have announced their joint effort to accelerate Machine-to-Machine communication in and outside the home.  Intel has promise to release and Atom-based developer’s kit that will make it easier for Consumer Electronic (CE) manufacturers and Independent Software Vendors (ISV) to develop solutions to facilitate easier M2M communication. As partner Vodafone will provide the network and connectivity services for the devices.

Is Light Peak on the Cards for CES 2011?

  • Posted on: 26 December 2010
  • By: Patrick Oliphant

intel light peakSince the introduction of Intel’s fibre optic Light Peak technology earlier this year I haven’t seen or heard anything and with CES 2011 just two weeks away I think it might be on the cards.  One thing Intel did say, is we can expect to see Light Peak enabled products as early as next year (2011).  Therefore, I was thinking what better place to launch the

Infosys Introduces Intel Atom Based Digital Smart Home Gateway

  • Posted on: 14 December 2010
  • By: Patrick Oliphant

Infosys Technologies has developed an Intel Atom E600 processor based Digital Smart Home Gateway for Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs).  According to Infosys, the Digital Smart Home Gateway was design to connect multiple home devices and allow users to manage them via wireless from a smart phone or remotely via the Web. Also available is the option to integrate the solution into other products for utility, healthcare, telecom, entertainment and security service providers.

Intel’s Embedded Internet Vision Starts with The Home Dashboard

  • Posted on: 4 November 2010
  • By: Patrick Oliphant

intelIntel last month gave a clearer indication of their intention to play a bigger part in the connected home market, with the release of the Intel Home Energy Management Reference Design. Many companies are already using Intel’s Atom processor for the system, but Intel is going a bit further by offering a complete solution in the Intel Home Dashboard proof of concept device.

Netgear and Intel Launched Wireless TV, "Push2TV" in Middle East

  • Posted on: 19 October 2010
  • By: chw staff

Netgear has collaborated with Intel to launch ‘Push2TV’ in the Middle East. Push2TV is a new adapter that enables Intel Notebook users in the region to display their entire laptop computer screen on their big screen HDTVs. The Push2TV solution also allows users to wirelessly access their media file on a laptop or on another device such as a SAN (Storage Area Network).

Intel’s Light Peak to Light up the Connected Home

  • Posted on: 22 September 2010
  • By: Patrick Oliphant

Intel is on its way to making intra-home communications between devices travel at the speed of light- literally.  At this year’s developers forum they demonstrated a new fibre optic solution called Light Peak.  Intel believes that with the current demand that our lifestyle and applications place on the current solutions (HDMI, Powerline Ethernet, USB, FireWire, DVI and DisplayPort) they soon will not be able to keep up.

Entropic & Intel Digital Home Group to Demonstrate UPnP Quality of Service 3.0

  • Posted on: 11 August 2009
  • By: chw staff

Entropic EN2510Entropic Communications, a leading provider of silicon and software solutions to enable connected home entertainment is joining forces with the Intel Digital Home Group at the CableLabs Summer Conference 2009 in Keystone, Colo., to showcase the world's first demonstration of the newly ratified Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) Quality of Service (QoS) 3.0 specification over MoCA on a set-top box (STB) platform. The demonstration utilizes Entropic's EN2510 single-chip, coaxial network controller and RF transceiver, which is based on the MoCA 1.1 standard and the Intel Media Processor CE 3100 system-on-a-chip (SoC) based on the company's popular Intel architecture.