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Intel expands portfolio to target IoT, cloud

Posted: 09 Nov 2015     Print Version  Bookmark and Share

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A few new prototype wearables were on display at the event along with ones Intel announced previously.

Honeywell is using Quark-based location and communications devices in form factors of smartwatches (above) and smartphones (not shown) as part of its market test for first responders. Separately, a startup showed a prototype GPS tracker for children now being redesigned to use Quark.

The MICA (My Intelligent Communications Accessory, below) co-developed with Opening Ceremony is a bracelet with a small display hidden on its back side. The device links to cellular and Bluetooth networks and has its own SIM card to deliver notifications and short canned responses. It costs $450 with a data plan.

The Fossil smartwatch (bottom) is the result of another of several co-development deals Intel has forged with fashion companies. Intel also acquired smartwatch designer basis and sports glass maker Recon.

MICA

MICA provides notifications for women who don't want to carry a smartphone.

Fossil

Fossil is one of a handful of Intel's fashion partners in wearables.

- Rick Merritt
  EE Times


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