Hewlett Packard Enterprise today announced an alliance with Intel Corporation to deliver open standards based Internet of Things solutions.
The alliance is expected to enable organizations to quickly gain insights and create value from the growing amount of data collected from devices and sensors.
In a press statement, both companies said they will launch new IoT-based products that will collect, process and analyze data from sensors and devices.
These new systems are designed to sit outside of the traditional data center and will feature Intel Core i5 and Intel Atom processors.
The International Data Corporation forecasts that the global IoT market will grow to $1.7 trillion in 2020 as more devices, purpose-built platforms and services proliferate and disrupt the IT status quo.
“Achieving business outcomes from IoT can be daunting for organizations today due to the complexity of integrating many heterogeneous systems and technologies across devices, edge, network and data centers,” said Alain Andreoli, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Hewlett Packard Enterprise Servers.
“With Intel, we will deliver new IoT solutions for data analytics and control at the edge of the network, empowering customers to quickly make informed decisions and drive business outcomes,” Andreoli added.
The two companies will also establish three global IoT solutions labs to help customers accelerate their deployment of IoT applications.
The labs will be located in Hewlett Packard Enterprise facilities in Houston, Texas, Grenoble, France and Singapore.
To complement the labs, Hewlett Packard Enterprise is also introducing new reference architectures to provide customers with a proven template for delivering IoT solutions.