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Tuesday, Mar 10, 2020
Leading open source community finds IoT adoption growing with results detailing spend, target markets, and relevant applications.
Monday, Feb 3, 2020
Founding members Chevron, Canary Labs, Cirrus Link Solutions, HiveMQ, Inductive Automation, and ORing are defining an open standard specification to create interoperable Industrial IoT (IIoT) solutions utilizing MQTT.
Tuesday, Dec 10, 2019
New Working Group will drive the evolution and adoption of open source software for edge computing. Founding members include ADLINK, Bosch, Edgeworx, Eurotech, Huawei, Intel, Kynetics, and Siemens.
No company can realize the IoT on its own… Within the Eclipse Community, through the contribution of many IoT developers, tools and standards are created on an open platform that many companies can benefit from for their IoT applications.
Eclipse IoT is the industry’s leading community for Open Source IoT projects. For Red Hat, Eclipse IoT is the place where we collaborate with like-minded colleagues from other firms to create projects that form the basis of our IoT products.
Within Eclipse IoT, Eurotech is working with Cloudera, Red Hat, and others to develop key IoT runtimes and other enabling technologies that will enable integrated, end-to-end open IoT architectures.
Finally, DB foresees more open source integrations in the future and looks forward to collaborating within the Eclipse IoT Working Group. Being part of a collaboration like Eclipse IoT is a good opportunity to improve DB’s use of open source technology, and in the long term creates better solutions for DB passengers.
The Eclipse Foundation [puts] forth great effort to provide open source contributions in the IoT space, which translates to vitality and enthusiasm. This is very important to us.
The Eclipse Foundation provides individuals and organizations with a business-friendly environment for open source software collaboration and innovation. The Foundation is home to the Eclipse IDE, Jakarta EE, and over 375 projects, including runtimes, tools, and frameworks for IoT, edge computing, automotive, and more. We are a not-for-profit organization supported by over 300 members. Learn more at eclipse.org.
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