Industrial Internet Consortium and OpenFog Consortium join forces

February 04, 2019 //By Ally Winning
Industrial Internet Consortium and OpenFog Consortium join forces
The Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC) and the OpenFog Consortium (OpenFog) are to combine under the IIC umbrella and continue to drive the momentum of the industrial internet

The organisation will continue its operations, which include the development and promotion of industry guidance and best practices for fog and edge computing.

The two consortiums joined together at a time when their complementary areas of technology are emerging in the mainstream. The first meeting of the unified organisation will be held in Raleigh, N.C., from February 11-14.

In addition to the merger, the IIC Steering Committee has elected two OpenFog principals:

· Ron Zahavi, Chief Strategist for IoT Standards, Azure IoT, Microsoft. Mr. Zahavi is focused on IoT standards and consortia and also leads Microsoft’s Worldwide IoT Architecture Community. Mr. Zahavi has extensive experience in all aspects of technology management and solution delivery, 18 of those related to IoT solutions. Matt Vasey, Microsoft director, AI and IoT business development, will serve as the alternate to Mr. Zahavi.

· Mung Chiang, John A. Edwardson Dean of the College of Engineering, Purdue University. Dr. Chiang was previously the Arthur LeGrand Doty Professor at Princeton University and founded the Princeton EDGE Lab in 2009. The Lab bridges the theory-practice gap in edge computing/networking research by spanning from proofs to prototypes. Dr. Chiang received the 2013 Alan T. Waterman Award for his contributions to networking R&D.

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