Qualcomm Leads Linux-Backed Internet of Everything Consortium
Posted on: 12/11/2013 12:42 PM

Qualcomm (QCOM) has offered up its AllJoyn device detection technology to anchor the Linux Foundation-backed, newly formed AllSeen Alliance that aims to establish an open source framework for all manner of objects to communicate with each other in the Internet of Everything

Qualcomm Leads Linux-Backed Internet of Everything Consortium


From The VAR Guy:
Qualcomm (QCOM) has offered up its AllJoyn device detection technology to anchor the Linux Foundation-backed, newly formed AllSeen Alliance that aims to establish an open source framework for all manner of objects to communicate with each other in the Internet of Everything (IoE).

Founding members include a number of the usual suspects from IT, consumer electronics, appliance manufacturers, chip makers, service providers and retailers. Among the 24 initial members, seven companies—Haier, LG Electronics, Panasonic, Qualcomm, Sharp, Silicon Image (SIMG) and TP-Link—have ponied up the $300,000 initial Premier membership fee, a figure that drops by $50,000 for the yearly dues thereafter.



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