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March 3, 2017

ShanghaiTech Leads OpenFog Consortium Greater China

On January 16, following the election results of the Board of Directors of the OpenFog Consortium, ShanghaiTech Distinguished Professor-in-Residence Yang Yang was appointed Director of the OpenFog Consortium Greater China Region (GCR) Committee. During his term, Professor Yang, representing ShanghaiTech will lead and promote the research, development, testing, and standardizing efforts in the GCR, including…  Read More

 

February 8, 2017

OpenFog Consortium Releases Landmark Reference Architecture for Fog Computing

Technical document defines an open framework for designing fog-based solutions to accelerate innovation in IoT, 5G and AI and provide a foundation for industry standards FREMONT, CA (February 8, 2017) – The OpenFog Consortium announces the release of the OpenFog Reference Architecture, a universal technical framework designed to enable the data-intensive requirements of the Internet…  Read More

 

October 26, 2016

Barcelona Supercomputing Center forms strategic collaboration agreement with the OpenFog Consortium

Liaison aimed to accelerate development of fog computing technology and proofs of concept   Barcelona, October 26, 2016 – Barcelona Supercomputing Center (BSC) and the OpenFog Consortium (OpenFog) announced today that they will actively collaborate in order to accelerate proof of concepts and technical development of fog computing.  Fog computing is the architecture for computing,…  Read More

 

October 11, 2016

NGD Systems Joins OpenFog Consortium to advance adoption of Fog Computing

NGD Systems, a storage pioneer creating intelligent solid state drives (SSDs) for the cloud data center, announces it has joined the OpenFog Consortium to advance adoption of fog computing. The company's pioneering work in moving computation to data helps define the intelligent endpoints necessary in a fog computing architecture.  Read More

 

October 3, 2016

Fog is expanding in Japan: Liaison signed with IoT Acceleration Consortium, and Hitachi elected as Regional Director of Japan Regional Committee

OpenFog Consortium announces a liaison with IoT Acceleration Consortium (ITAC) in Japan to collaborate on technology and testbed development and standards. In addition, Mr. Makoto Yasuda, Senior Technology Evangelist, Information & Communication Technology Business Division, Hitachi, Ltd. was elected to Regional Chair of the OpenFog Japan Regional Committee.  Read More

 

September 1, 2016

Aalto University joins the OpenFog Consortium

Aalto University Department of Computer Science, one of the leading research units in Finnish ICT, has become the first academic member of the consortium in Northern Europe. "Our goal is to have an impact on the activities of the OpenFog Consortium and to share a common infrastructure", tells Mario Di Francesco, assistant professor at the…  Read More

 

April 26, 2016

OPC Foundation and OpenFog Consortium Agree to Collaborate on Technical Specifications around Fog Computing in Industrial Automation

OPC Foundation and OpenFog Consortium Sign Memorandum of Understanding at Hannover Fair Scottsdale, AZ – April 26, 2016 – The OPC Foundation and the OpenFog Consortium (OpenFog) announce a liaison to collaborate on technical specifications, white papers, guidelines and processes to enable system wide IoT interoperability around manufacturing. Deliverables from this collaboration will result in a cohesive set of standards that will benefit digital factories, as well as the members of both organizations in their pursuit of developing and achieving information integration across the multitude of domains.  Read More

 

April 12, 2016

GE Digital, IEEE and Schneider Electric Join OpenFog Consortium Board of Directors

Affiliation with IEEE, Japan Country team, 17 new members and new workgroups expand fog computing initiatives on a global scale Fremont, CA (April 12, 2016) – OpenFog Consortium (OpenFog) announces an affiliation with The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE); new Board Directors from GE Digital, IEEE and Schneider Electric; 17 new members; and its first country team in Japan, signifying the rapid growth and market interest in fog computing.  Read More

 


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