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Intel Launches Tenth Generation Processors for IoT and Edge

By Ken Briodagh
May 05, 2020

Intel recently announced that its 10th Generation Core processors can provide a solid foundation for Internet of Things (IoT) platforms, with up to 10 cores and 20 threads for throughput, LGA socket scalability and embedded use conditions.

Retail, industrial, healthcare, gaming and entertainment sectors can all reportedly benefit from the processors for 35W to 65W TDP for a wide variety of uses, including:

  • Digital signage solutions embedded with artificial intelligence (AI) and analytics that provide real-time data about the audience, their traffic patterns and which messages work best
  • Self-service kiosks that enhance customer experience through computer vision and deep learning
  • Advanced, innovative medical imaging solutions, like mobile imaging for in-patient or distributed healthcare workflows
  • Intelligent shelving and point-of-sale devices that collect and analyze inventory throughput
  • Robotic designs with enhanced computer vision and deep learning performance
  • Multifunction industrial PCs connected to multiple HD cameras for near-real-time anomaly detection or asset tracking
  • Smart casino gaming tables that track bets and active play with computer vision and AI

Intel said its Virtualization Technology is designed to let users converge workloads and optimize resource utilization by virtualizing CPU, memory and I/O. Built-in hardware accelerators boost computer vision performance and allow for compute blocks dedicated to inferencing for enhanced AI performance. The Intel Media SDK and Intel Distribution of OpenVINO toolkit, along with the Inference Engine high-density deep learning (HDDL) plugin, provide the tools needed to design and streamline AI workloads and capabilities.


Ken Briodagh is a storyteller, writer and editor with about two decades of experience under his belt. He is in love with technology and if he had his druthers would beta test everything from shoe phones to flying cars.

Edited by Ken Briodagh

Editorial Director

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