Tech industry wants to work together iot standards

Feb

21

2016

Qualcomm, Microsoft, Samsung, Intel and other tech companies have joined a newly established foundation that strives to make the Internet-of-things-standard interoperable. They strive for an open iot ecosystem.

The foundation called the Open Connectivity Foundation and the goal is that specifications, protocols, open source projects, sensors and devices in the field of internet-of-things, regardless of manufacturer, can work together. The foundation is working on a specification and an open source project which it should allow.

Include Arris, CableLabs, Cisco, Electrolux, GE Digital, Intel, Microsoft, Qualcomm and Samsung have supported the initiative, but the list of members is much longer . The entire Open Interconnect Consortium, which was in 2014 founded , merged into the foundation. That consortium consisted of Cisco, Samsung and Intel. The latter calls it a step closer to seamless connectivity. The OIC projects include the open source project Iotivity in collaboration with The Linux Foundation and this project is now playing an important role in the new Open Connectivity foundation.

In addition, there AllSeen Alliance, consisting of Microsoft, Qualcomm, LG and Sony, working on the AllJoyn platform which also The Linux Foundation oversees the source code. Part of that alliance now also expressed its support to the Open Connectivity Foundation, or OCF. AllSeen the Alliance will continue to exist, and Microsoft promises for example, that the standard of the OCF is compatible with Windows 10 devices “are designed for AllSeen.

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