SAMSUNG ARTIK Smart IoT Platform Bolsters Enterprises to Develop Next-generation IoT Solutions
By apacciooutlook | Monday, December 03, 2018
SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA: Samsung announces the availability of SAMSUNG ARTIK with two new module families as ARTIK 0 and ARTIK 7. The new capabilities of the latest offering enables enterprises to built IoT solutions and embrace digitalization in businesses.
The SAMSUNG ARTIK Smart IoT end-to-end platform provides all the hardware and software required by enterprises for developing their IoT products. It compiles ecosystems such as cloud, security, and hardware in a single platform to reduce the time and risk associated with the delivery of complex IoT solutions.
ARTIK 0 family
The ARTIK 0 family of modules provides a connectivity solution including networking stacks and radio frequency components to boost latency and minimize the cost-rate. It is built on power-optimized ARM Cortex-Mmicrocontrollers and supports low-power wireless standards such as the ZigBee, Thread, and Bluetooth Smart standards.
ARTIK 7 family
The ARTIK 7 is built on 8-core 64-bit Cortex A-53 processor intended for high-end gateways and multimedia applications. It provides inimitable connectivity with in-built Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, ZigBee, Thread and GbE MAC interfaces. The module is further equipped with a multimedia processor for video and audio processing. The module also enables customers to run local analytics which helps to boost responsiveness of the device.
The new SAMSUNG ARTIK modules enable Interoperability of Things in devices by deploying SAMSUNG ARTIK Cloud. The cloud platform monitors the connectivity status of devices and manages properties such as firmware version and battery levels.
“IoT is one of Samsung’s major strategic areas of focus and growth,” says Dr. Byungse So, Executive Vice President & Chief Technology Officer for the Samsung Strategy & Innovation Center. “By enabling the product-development cycle to flourish, we can help usher in the next generation of IoT innovation. We’re paving the way for companies to re-imagine how these new devices, apps and services can impact everyday life to address global challenges.”