Connected lighting may soon become much easier for consumers and third-party developers to play with if a new framework from the AllSeen Alliance becomes popular.
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The steady drip of new members to the AllSeen Alliance continues. Industrial sensor and consumer appliance maker Bosch, Cloud of Things, home…
Microsoft is joining the AllSeen Alliance, a group dedicated to creating an open protocol for devices connected to the internet.
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Qualcomm has handed its AllJoyn protocol for the internet of things over to the Linux Foundation in hopes of establishing a universal standard. The effort has legs, but still has a ways to go.
Qualcomm is working to build a common platform to help the devices that make up the internet of things rely on a common standard that will let them communicate with one another.
Qualcomm doesn’t believe that everything in the internet of things should have to connect to the internet, and is building out a peer-to-peer networking platform called AllJoyn to test its theory.