IoT news of the week for July 31, 2020 – Stacey on IoT | Internet of Things news and analysis

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Cloudflare is building the next-gen architecture for the IoT (and edge computing in general): I last spoke with Cloudflare CEO Matthew Prince in October 2018, when the company launched its edge computing platform, Workers. This week, the company updated that offering with several announcements and one of the best architecture posts I’ve read in a long while. I’m going to get Prince to come on the show to talk about this in depth, but it’s worth your time to read his blog post on where the company thinks serverless computing is going and how it is addressing the needs of the next generation of applications and services (including IoT). The post addresses the business rationale for edge computing and how that is changing before explaining how Cloudflare is building the tech needed to meet the opportunity. (Cloudflare) — Stacey Higginbotham
Google’s Coral AI at the edge gains broader availability: Google Research debuted edge AI chips in 2018, an effort that has since morphed into something called Coral. Now Coral has advanced to bring a number of updates so you can more easily do your own AI edge projects, even with the TensorFlow-based Coral chip. This week, Google announced that …

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