Intel & Future Technologies to Set up Next-Gen Innovation Centre
Future Technologies and Intel have joined hands to create this Innovation Centre in Atlanta, GA to drive the innovation process and bring use cases to life. The Innovation Centre is developed on strong association with varied technology partners to include Connectivity (LoRa, Wi-Fi 6, 4G, 5G, CBRS, Fiber, Facebook Terragraph 60 GHz, BLE), Compute (Cloud, Edge, Hybrid) and Use Case Solutions to deliver a purpose-built working environment to ideate and solve complex problems with end-to-end solutions from our ecosystem partners.
Caroline Chan, Intel VP and GM of 5G Network Business Incubation states, “The utilization of private networks and edge computing across a diverse set of use cases is gaining momentum across a variety of industries. Intel is proud to be a founding member of Future Technologies Innovation Centre. We believe that this innovation centre will be vital to bring together the many partners, ensure interoperability, and showcase real-world implementations as we continue to drive private networks momentum into production.”
Future Technologies has developed a robust eco-system of partners to permit the Innovation Centre to evolve to fit each client’s innovation requirements. Initial use cases is likely to have Remote Expert, Computer Vision, IoT Sensor Platform, Asset Health and is expected to grow to include mobile robotics (AGV /AMR), Critical Push to Talk & Video, Drones, automation solutions and other customer defined opportunities.
Peter Cappiello, CEO, Future Technologies Venture, LLC says, “We have made a significant investment into the Innovation Center to help provide a working environment for our clients to ideate and solve their complex problems. We believe that this combination of a physical industrial type of facility, the enabling technologies and our thought leadership will provide differentiated value to our clients as they innovate to build efficiency and scale into their digital transformation.”
Founding Members include Intel, Nokia, Tecore Networks, Cambium Networks, KCF Technologies, Megh Computing, and Librestream.
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