Edge Organizations

There are a variety of types of organizations working to develop and promote edge computing. Some are internationally recognized standards bodies, while many others are industry organizations that are collections of companies working to develop different parts of the edge technology stack. Apart from developing standards, many of these organizations work on defining use cases and on the promotion of technologies such as software, wireless networks, and so on.

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IoT security-standards group adds to its board as industry struggles with ongoing hacks

A Silicon Labs executive has joined the IoXt Alliance board of directors. Gregory Guez, senior director of product marketing and…


The Eclipse Foundation unites industry leaders, starts Edge Native Working Group to build open-source edge code

The Eclipse Foundation is officially launching the Edge Native Working Group in partnership with ADLINK, Bosch, Edgeworx, Eurotech, Huawei, Intel,…


IIC moving to edge after OpenFog merge

The Industrial Internet Consortium, alongside LF Edge, is one of the key industry standards bodies promoting the growth of the…


LF Edge releases v2 of Open Glossary of Edge Computing

The Linux Foundation’s LF Edge umbrella organization has released the second version of its Open Glossary of Edge Computing to…


Linux Foundation introduces Project Alvarium to insert trust in data at the edge

The Linux Foundation is joining forces with top industry players to collectively develop Project Alvarium, an open source initiative that…

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