IoT-AI-blockchain gateway device delivers 'out-of-the-box' capabilities

January 11, 2019 //By Rich Pell
IoT-AI-blockchain gateway device delivers 'out-of-the-box' capabilities
NetObjex (Irvine, CA), a provider of digital operating platforms for smart products, has announced what it says is a "revolutionary" new IoT-AI-blockchain gateway device.

PiQube, says the company, is a state-of-the-art IoT-blockchain edge device that enables developers to build and develop serious enterprise grade applications with IoT and blockchain capabilities out of the box. Powered by NetObjex OS, a variant of Yocto Linux, PiQube provides IoT users with a plethora of connectivity options, including analog I/IO and up to 128 digital I/O ports, and storage of up to 1 TB.

The system also includes a Secure Element hardware chip for edge device authentication and encryption of data packets over a wide variety of protocols. What makes the PiQube stand out from the crowd, says the company, is its connectivity to the NetObjex Operating Platform thereby bringing AI and blockchain capabilities within reach.

"We have been in the IOT space and developed many solutions for customers around our platform," says Raghu Bala, CEO of NetObjex. "During that journey, we found gaps in product offerings that married the emerging technologies of IoT, blockchain, and AI. The PiQube was borne out of the need to solve real world needs that we ourselves have experienced."

The NetObjex philosophy, says the company, has been to use IoT for data acquisition, AI for analytics and machine learning, and blockchain for data sharing and transactions in an ecosystem. "Quite often," says Bala, "the last-mile issue of collecting good, clean data has been the bane of many a blockchain system and that is solved with the PiQube and its built-in security mechanisms."

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