|By Business Wire||
|April 1, 2014 10:15 PM EDT||
ADI Engineering, Inc. today announced availability of its “White Oak Canyon” IoT gateway based on the new Intel® Quark™ SoC X1000. With an integrated and prevalidated IoT software solution from Wind River and McAfee, White Oak Canyon is available from ADI Engineering as a turnkey production solution to OEMs adopting the Intel® Gateway for the Internet of Things (IoT). ADI also supplies the White Oak Canyon hardware by itself to customers preferring to provide their own software. Shipments of White Oak Canyon commence in early May, and detailed product information can be found on ADI’s website.
With its comprehensive communications and security solution from Wind River and McAfee, White Oak Canyon provides seamless connectivity between devices and the cloud, ensuring interoperability of edge devices through an open architecture enabling rapid application and service differentiation. The White Oak Canyon hardware platform provides a full suite of highly integrated features, including the 400 MHz Intel Quark SoC X1000, 2x 10/100Mb Ethernet ports, 1GB DDR3 memory, integrated wireless including ZigBee, 2G/3G, Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi, TPM, analog inputs and digital I/O, optional 1- and 3-phase AC power measurement, RS-232, isolated RS-485, USB, and MicroSD.
“Solutions such as ADI Engineering’s White Oak Canyon, as part of the Intel Gateway Solutions for IoT, provide OEMs a path to rapid production and deployment of IoT gateways,” said Jim Robinson, General Manager of the IoT Solutions Group at Intel Corporation. “Additionally, the Intel Quark SoC X1000 provides a compelling solution for a wide range of industrial and energy applications.”
“OEMs are seeking ways to securely connect deployed legacy systems and new equipment to the cloud so they can aggregate, share, and filter data to provide end-to-end analytics and new value-added services,” said Steve Yates, Founder and CEO of ADI Engineering. “ADI Engineering’s White Oak Canyon provides a path to deployment of innovative IoT gateways based on the new Intel Quark SoC X1000 as part of the Intel Gateway Solutions for IoT.”
“Portwell has partnered with ADI Engineering on White Oak Canyon to offer OEMs a path to rapid customization, production and deployment of innovative Quark-based IoT gateways,” said Ken Guan, CEO of Portwell. “Together, ADI and Portwell deliver comprehensive design-through-production services under an open supply chain model that balances needs for flexible hardware and software customization, agile new production introduction, and cost-effective ongoing manufacturing and support.”
About ADI Engineering, Inc.
ADI Engineering, Inc. is a leading provider of custom embedded, communications and networking products based on the latest Intel silicon. Headquartered in Charlottesville, VA, ADI Engineering is a privately held company and is an Associate member of the Intel IoT Solutions Alliance. For more information about ADI Engineering, please visit http://www.adiengineering.com or call (434) 978-2888.
About Portwell, Inc.
Portwell, Inc., a world-leading innovator in the Industrial PC (IPC) market, and a Premier member of the Intel® IoT Solutions Alliance, provides a complete range of industrial products, including PICMG 1.0/1.3 single board computers, COM Express & Q7 Modules, and Industrial M/B and system solutions. Portwell serves customers in embedded markets such as automation, transportation, gaming and medical technology. Portwell provides complete R&D and project management services to decrease customers' time to market, reduce project risk and cost. Portwell is also an ISO 13485, ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 certified company that deploys quality assurance through product design, verification and manufacturing cycle.
Intel and Intel Quark are registered trademarks of Intel Corporation in the United States and other countries. Other product or service marks are the trademarks of their respective owners.
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