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May 2, 2018

IoT, 5G and AI industry leaders, technologists and researchers to converge at Fog World Congress 2018 in San Francisco this October

FREMONT, CA (April 12, 2018) – It’s only fitting that the OpenFog Consortium will host the second edition of Fog World Congress 2018 this fall in San Francisco, the city by the bay known for its fog. Scheduled for October 1 - 3 at the San Francisco Airport Hyatt, Fog World Congress will bring together…  Read More


March 9, 2018

Deploying Fog applications: How much does it cost, by the way?

By: Antonio Brogi, Stefano Forti and Ahmad Ibrahim, Department of Computer Science, University of Pisa, Italy  Read More


January 14, 2018

OpenFog Consortium to address fog computing’s key role in IoT, 5G, ‘Fogonomics’ at IoT Evolution

Workshop, presentations examine fog architecture, uses cases, security; speakers from Cisco, Dell, ZTE and Princeton University plus keynote from Arm, on the  market impact of fog   WHAT: OpenFog Consortium’s activities during IoT Evolution Expo in Orlando from Jan. 22 to 25, 2018   SUMMARY: Traditional cloud-only models fall short in IoT, where the volume…  Read More


October 31, 2017

Fog computing global market will exceed $18 billion by 2022

Special market report from 451 Research, commissioned by the OpenFog Consortium, shows energy/utilities, transportation, healthcare and industrial markets leading in fog Fog World Congress, Santa Clara, CA and FREMONT, CA (October 30, 2017) – The fog computing market opportunity will exceed $18 billion worldwide by the year 2022, according to a new report by 451…  Read More


October 26, 2017

New IEEE Working Group is formed to create Fog Computing and Networking Standards

 Based on the OpenFog Reference Architecture, fog standards will accelerate innovation and market growth for advanced IoT, 5G, AI applications Fremont, CA (October 26, 2017)—The OpenFog Consortium has announced that its OpenFog Reference Architecture will serve as the basis for a new working group formed by the IEEE Standards Association (IEEE-SA) to accelerate the creation…  Read More


September 25, 2017

ETSI and OpenFog Consortium collaborate on fog applications and edge computing

Leading organizations in fog applications and multi-access edge computing sign MOU to share work related to global standards development for fog-enabled mobile edge applications and technologies MEC Congress, Berlin, Germany, 25 September 2017: ETSI and the OpenFog Consortium will collaborate to develop fog-enabled mobile edge computing applications and technologies. The two organizations have recently signed…  Read More


April 27, 2017

Delegation of OpenFog Consortium Visited Four Leading Companies in China

BEIJING, April 27, 2017 – A delegation of OpenFog Consortium, including Helder Antunes (Chairman), Tao Zhang (Co-Founder), Yang Yang (Director of Greater China Region), and Ming-Tuo Zhou (SIMIT, Chinese Academy of Sciences), visited  China Unicom, China Academy of Information and Communications Technology  (CAICT), iSoftStone, and National Institute of Clean and Low Carbon Energy of Shenhua…  Read More


April 19, 2017

Sensify Security Joins OpenFog Consortium to Strengthen Cyber-Defense and IoT Security Within Fog Platform

PALO ALTO, Calif., April 19, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Sensify Security, a company that delivers intelligent IoT security services at the edge bringing unprecedented levels of visibility, control and automation capabilities in industrial cybersecurity operations, announces it has joined the OpenFog Consortium to help establish global IoT security and privacy requirements for fog computing.  Fog computing is…  Read More


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 & Fog Networking

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


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