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Open Interconnect: an industry backed standard for IoT Interoperability
Several Technology industry players (Atmel Corporation, Broadcom Corporation, Dell, Intel Corporation, Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., and Wind River) created an industry standard for IoT called Open Interconnect.
New consortium will seek to define connectivity requirements to ensure the interoperability of billions of devices projected to come online by 20201 – from PCs, smartphones and tablets to home and industrial appliances and new wearable form factors.
The Open Interconnect Consortium intends to deliver a specification, an open source implementation, and a certification program for wirelessly connecting devices.
The first open source code will target the specific requirements for smart home and office solutions, with more use case scenarios to follow.