Since security is becoming a major concern in every field, be it government or private sector, the company on a pilot basis has started working on the model in two cities.
This includes modalities in storage of data in hidden cameras in the building and the duration of keeping the content, B Suryanarayanan, director, sales, Intel South Asia, told reporters.
While not divulging details of the location on it being confidential, he said the company was also in dialogue with some governments for designing and developing the computing solution in these fields.
It was also concentrating on providing solutions in the field of water, waste management, energy and transport sector, which were fast emerging and wanted devices to monitor the impact on environment, he said.
Suryanarayanan was here as part of the Intel Channel Symposium, showcasing the latest range of desktops, mobile devices, servers, devices enabling internet and security device based on Intel processors.
Contrary to the opinion, he said, the traditional PC segment was going strong, as the 280 million units of desk top in 2010 has grown to 600 million units in 2014 and considering the expected growth of GDP in a couple of years, the segment was also likely to grow in future, Satyanarayanan said.