Sony joins the AllSeen Alliance for internet-of-things




Sony has joined the AllSeen Alliance, which is a platform for internet-of-things-devices develops. The electronics giant joins including Microsoft, LG and Panasonic in supporting the standard, which is based on Qualcomm AllJoyn.

The Alliance makes AllSeen accession announced at IFA 2014 The organization is committed to developing a universal internet-of-things-platform, with devices that support the need to share. mutual information over the Internet There is among electronics companies a multitude of standards that find themselves unable to work together. To remove this evil is AllSeen Alliance in December 2013 set up .

Sony have a total of eleven companies a premium membership, including Microsoft, LG and Panasonic. The premium status entitles you to more control. 53 other organizations have a less prominent position. Together, the companies continue to take. Obstacles to the interoperability of Internet-of-things-applications

The AllSeen Alliance uses the AllJoyn open source, which was designed by Qualcomm and under Apache and BSD licenses is made available. The system is not tied to a particular platform or IP network. AllJoyn is therefore suitable for both Wi-Fi, 3G / 4G and bluetooth as for Ethernet networks.

Samsung and Intel in July this year, a similar movement started with the name Open Interconnect Consortium . With electronics giant Sony gets the AllSeen Alliance again a major player in the house, which is an important step in the struggle between the platforms.


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